It’s a busy week for Titan Comics, with the launch of NBA All-star legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar‘s debut comic book Mycroft Holmes – focused on the early, chaotic life of the elder Holmes brother – and their new Torchwood title, written by Captain Jack himself, John Barrowman, and novelist Carole Barrowman. Torchwood #1 continues the adventures of theContinue reading Something For The Weekend (w/c 1st August 2016): Torchwood, 2000AD and Lucky Luke!
Staz Johnson began his career in comics drawing strips for Marvel UK and Fleetway before pencilling books like The Mighty Thor and The Avengers for Marvel in the US. A six issue run on Detective Comics lead to him becoming the artist on the popular Robin series, where he stayed for over three years. RenownedContinue reading Birmingham Bound: An Interview with Comic Artist Staz Johnson
Here’s my pick of this week’s list of British creator and British publisher-skewed new comics, including new comics on sale in UK newsagents. This feature covers all titles released from Monday 7th March onwards with most new US comics released on Wednesday 9th March. There’s some great stuff to look out for this weekend atContinue reading Something For the Weekend – Bone China, Doctor Who and Unmentionables!
Right. I’ve just been down to Lancaster’s First Age Comics to have a look at the new comics, only to be told that while Titan’s Johnny Red is selling well there, more people would have bought if “they had only known about it”. Which makes it even more urgent that we continue our mission to spread theContinue reading New Comics On Sale This Week in the UK – On the King’s Road, with Judge Dredd and Doctor Who in tow
Peter Hogan (Resident Alien, Sandman Presents, The Dreaming) returns to fantasy to deliver a three-issue miniseries of King’s Road next February, continuing the tale that began in Dark Horse Presents #23 back in 2013. Artist Staz Johnson (Judge Dredd) and colourist Douglas Sirois (The 7th Sword) join Hogan to continue this tale of a family on theContinue reading Peter Hogan and Staz Johnson – Heading for the King’s Road