Robot Archie – now owned by Rebellion – is an iconic character that must surely be in the running for collection next year, but did you know he was possibly as popular in Holland as he was here, and like Janus Stark, new stories were created for overseas publication? Robot Archie (initially known as “TheContinue reading Robot Archie’s Dutch Adventures as “Der Man van Staal”
ComicScene – a dedicated magazine to comics and comic culture – relaunches tomorrow, Saturday 22nd December – and will be on sale in selected WHSmith, McColls and all good comic shops across the UK. Available from 1000 locations in the UK and Ireland, the first new issue leads with interviews with comic creators Brian MichaelContinue reading ComicScene comes to newsagents across the UK tomorrow!
Writer-directors Shane Black and writing partner Fred Dekker have scripted a TV pilot reboot for cult 1960s spy show The Avengers for Warner Bros. – but there’s no indication, as yet, if or when it might get optioned. Various web sites, including Den of Geek and Screen Rant, have picked up on a mention of a possibleContinue reading If a “The Avengers” TV Show Reboot is in the works, would a tie-in new comic be far behind?
Happy! gets its premiere in the US on the revamped SYFY channel Wednesday 29th November, based on the New York Times best-selling author Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel of the same name. The series from Universal Cable Productions follows Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni, Law & Order: SVU) – an intoxicated, corrupt ex-cop turnedContinue reading Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s Happy! gets SYFY premiere in November in US
Denver-based publisher CEPG is continuing to roll out new editions of some of the 1980s Harrier Comics titles that offered many now well-established creators one of their first entry points into publishing thanks to publisher Martin Lock. CEPG’s publisher Mike Rickaby struck a deal with Martin to republish titles such as Avalon and Swiftsure lastContinue reading Harrier Comics revival continues at CEPG, 1980s strips revived for the 21st Century, tentative schedule revealed