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In Review: The Prisoner #1

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Colin Lorimer Publisher: Titan Comics FC, 32pp, $3.99 Out: Now The Comic: In the 21st Century, the global currency is no longer oil or gold but information. And he who possesses it possesses the world. There is one place on the planet where the most valuable information is mined, a placeContinue reading In Review: The Prisoner #1

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Chris Weston’s The Prisoner comic cover revealed

Titan Comics has partnered with print and poster house Vice Press to create a Diamond UK exclusive cover for The Prisoner Issue #1. This first-ever Vice Press exclusive cover for The Prisoner Issue #1 – designed by 2000AD and Star Wars movie concept artist, Chris Weston – is based on his original silk-screen poster createdContinue reading Chris Weston’s The Prisoner comic cover revealed

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In Review: Dan Dare – He Who Dares

Written by Peter Milligan Art by Alberto Foche Colour: Jordi Escuin Liorach Lettering: Simon Bowland Edited by David Leach Publisher: Titan Comics Reviewed by Andrew Darlington WARNING: Some spoilers toward the end of this review during discussion of the story finale! The Book: Dan Dare returns in an all new adventure, written by Peter Milligan,Continue reading In Review: Dan Dare – He Who Dares

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Titan Comics reveals more from its new “The Prisoner” title

Titan Comics announced some fantastic new projects at the annual ComicsPRO retailer event held in Portland in the United States on Friday, including more about the company’s eagerly.anticipated new comic based on The Prisoner TV series. The brand-new comic series set in the world of The Prisoner is written by celebrated writer Peter Milligan (X-Statix, TheContinue reading Titan Comics reveals more from its new “The Prisoner” title

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In Review: 2000AD Prog 2068

Wrapped in a gripping cover by Nick Percival (oh, all right, I’ll leave the jokes for another time), this week’s 2000AD sees the end of Judge Dredd’s sojourn in Siberia – and what a trip that has been. Michael Carroll and Paul Davidson work seamlessly on this story, and I really enjoyed the way itContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2068