Today is the cover date for the first issue for Doctor Who Weekly, launched by Marvel UK in October 1979 – and I’m very proud to have played a small part in the continuing adventures amazing publication known today as Doctor Who Magazine. For those who don’t know, I edited the title between 1988 andContinue reading Happy Birthday, Doctor Who Magazine! I’m honoured to have played a part…
If you’re an original Death’s Head fans – and we know there are a lot of you out there! – then don’t miss out on Marvel Comics #1001, which hit stores today, Wednesday 2nd October – it features an all-new one page Death’s Head strip from Simon Furman, Nick Roche, colourist Josh Burcham (making hisContinue reading Don’t miss out on Death’s Head in Marvel Comics #1001!
In the latest episode of the brilliant “Creator at Large” Podcast, host Jeremy Melloul talks to Chip Mosher, Head of Content at Comixology, about the digital comics distributor and publisher’s evolution, pre and post its Amazon acquisition, their Print-on-Demand service and ComiXology’s integration with Amazon. After 20 years of experience working across various roles, Chip Mosher,Continue reading Creator at Large: Chip Mosher – ComiXology Walk & Talk
Awesome Media & Entertainment, the IP and production company founded by writer-producer Jeff Norton, is launching a new graphic novel studio after the successful launch of its fiction publishing imprint Awesome Reads last year – and prolific comics writer Richard Dinnick has joined the company as Director of Publishing. The company says Awesome Reads willContinue reading Awesome Reads launches at San Diego Comic-Con, Richard Dinnick announced as Director of Publishing
Death’s Head is back! Marvel has announced a new limited series, written by Tini Howard with art by Kei Zama coloured by Felipe Sobreir, edited by Sarah Brunstad – and with regular covers by Nick Roche, launching in July. Here’s what we know so far… Announced at the Women Of Marvel panel at C2E2, inContinue reading Marvel’s Death’s Head is back, new series launches later this year