Twisted Dark Graphic Novel Volume 3

TPub Comics launches “Twisted Dark” film competition

Twisted Dark – So Easy – a sample video of a story from the Twisted Dark by Neil Gibson. For the source comics visit: tiny.cc/TwistedApp. TPub Comics – publishers of the top-selling psychological thriller Twisted Dark have announced a short film competition with a $5000 cash prize inspired by the comic. The shortlisted and winning films will beContinue reading TPub Comics launches “Twisted Dark” film competition

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Britain’s TPub Gets Global Comics Distribution Deal with Diamond

British comic book and graphic novel publisher TPub has just signed a new agreement with Diamond, expanding the distributor’s abilities to distribute TPub’s titles worldwide into comic book specialty markets, gaming and hobby markets, as well as book markets through Diamond Book Distributors. TPub’s publications will be solicited in Diamond’s monthly PREVIEWS catalogue where comic book andContinue reading Britain’s TPub Gets Global Comics Distribution Deal with Diamond

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British Comic Shop Releases (28th January 2015) – XIII, Lady S and Brutania!

Here’s this week’s list of comics – both US and UK releases – on sale in specialist UK comic shops today, Wednesday 28th January 2015. We’ve picked out the titles published by British publishers in bold below, or titles with a British connection we’re aware of, including cover artists. There are a number of Cinebook titlesContinue reading British Comic Shop Releases (28th January 2015) – XIII, Lady S and Brutania!

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Neil Gibson aims to bring comics into the mainstream

Comic book writer Neil Gibson is to give a talk at the flagship Regent Street Apple Store in London on 15th November 2012 about his passion for the comic book medium, and, like many other creators of the medium, campaign to get people to take graphic novels seriously. “Comics are often seen as infantile” explainsContinue reading Neil Gibson aims to bring comics into the mainstream