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New Comics Out Now – Shocks Galore in 2000AD and Cosplaying Canines! (w/c 18th April 2016)

As British talent invades the US (again – and yes, we’re aware only older readers might get this reference*), here’s our quick list of new comics on sale in newsagents and comic shops this week, skewed toward creators from the UK and Eire. The action and shocks in “Judge Dredd” is so big in 2000AD ProgContinue reading New Comics Out Now – Shocks Galore in 2000AD and Cosplaying Canines! (w/c 18th April 2016)

James Bond: Vargr - Cover

First Dynamite James Bond Collection Out in June

The first collection of Dynamite Entertainment‘s James Bond stories is out in June, collecting Vargr, a story written by Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, The Authority) and drawn by Jason Masters (Batman Incorporated, Guardians of the Galaxy). In Varger, after a mission of vengeance in Helsinki, James Bond returns to London and assumes the workload of aContinue reading First Dynamite James Bond Collection Out in June

Something For The Weekend… Doctor Who? James Bond? Johnny Red? Comics On Sale 4th November 2015 leave you spoilt for choice!

Well, aren’t we spoilt for choice this week when it comes to titles from British creators with new work this week? Will you be a Doctor Who, James Bond or Johnny Red advocate – or hedge your bets and buy the lot? Or just go for something else entirely, like another great issue of 2000ADContinue reading Something For The Weekend… Doctor Who? James Bond? Johnny Red? Comics On Sale 4th November 2015 leave you spoilt for choice!

Heartless by Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay

Coming Soon: Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay’s “Heartless” – and “James Bond 007”

  Announced at this year’s Image Comics Expo was Heartless, a new limited series by Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay, one of several new projects the wiriter has in the works including James Bond 007 for Dynamite and the leaked but still mysterious Project Samye. In the new series, a female musician returns to northern England, whereContinue reading Coming Soon: Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay’s “Heartless” – and “James Bond 007”