US comics publisher Image Comics has announced more details of the forthcoming 24 PANELS Anthology, the charity comics project curated by Kieron Gillen (THE WICKED + THE DIVINE, PHONOGRAM) we highlighted earlier this year when a call for submissions went out. This charity anthology will benefit the survivors of the Grenfell fire and Kieron has been supportedContinue reading 24 PANELS Anthology creator line-up revealed, includes Alex de Campi, Paul Cornell, Lizz Lunney, Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie, and many others
The spring Thought Bubble update has gone live over on the popular annual event’s website and it’s a big one – because tickets are now on sale. Thought Bubble 2018 runs from 17th – 23rd September, at venues across Leeds (and beyond!) with its centre-piece convention taking place on 22nd and 23rd September in theContinue reading Thought Bubble tickets on sale now
On sale today from IDW is Saucer State by Paul Cornell with art by Ryan Kelly, colour from Adam Guzowski and lettered by 2000AD stalwart Simon Bowland – and there will be a special signing at Forbidden Planet Megastore, London this Friday to celebrate its arrival in comic shops everywhere. Saucer State is the story of Arcadia Alvarado,Continue reading Paul Cornell’s Saucer State Returns, Forbidden Planet London Signing on Friday
The Locus Science Fiction Foundation has announced the top ten finalists in each category of the 2017 Locus Awards. They include numerous British creators such as Stephen Baxter, MR Carey, Paul Cornell, Dermot Power, Alistair Reynolds, Charles Stross and Jo Walton. Winners will be announced during the Locus Awards Weekend in Seattle, over 23rd –Continue reading Locus Award Finalists 2017 include MR Carey, Paul Cornell, Jo Walton
Out next month from IDW is Saucer State, written by Paul Cornell (who I recently worked with on Doctor Who: Heralds of Destruction) with art by Ryan Kelly (Lucifer) – and there’s a new Doctor Who comic collection out too, coincidentally featuring another strip I also worked on with him! Saucer State is the sequelContinue reading Aliens, Daleks and Paul Cornell, Oh My!