Luke Williams checks out this new title. C’mon, what’s not to like about killer robots?
In the Works: Joe and his Killer Robot Dad, featuring art by Mick McMahon
2000AD veteran Mick McMahon is working on a new multimedia comics project alongside a great creative team
Search/Destroy: A Strontium Dog Fan Film Goes Live!
Search/Destroy: A Strontium Dog Fan Film, a terrific 2000AD fan film from the makers of the excellent Judge Minty, is now free to watch online. The film had an early premiere at the 2000AD 40th Anniversary event in London earlier… Read More ›
Exclusive First Look: “Search Destroy” Strontium Dog Fan Film Poster Revealed!
Search Destroy – a not-for-profit Strontium Dog Fan film inspired by 2000AD‘s mutant bounty hunter Johnny Alpha – will get its first public screening at Thought Bubble in November. We’re delighted to give you at this first look at the film’s poster, a homage… Read More ›
Licensing.biz announces month of Thunderbirds exclusives and features
If you’re a fan of the original Thunderbirds or the re-imagined Thunderbirds Are Go, then bookmark the trade site Licensing.biz, because they’ve just announced a month of features, interviews and exclusive news will celebrate 50 years of the Gerry and Sylvia… Read More ›
Thunderbirds Are… Going Japanese!
Just like the original, Thunderbirds Are Go looks set to gain a cult following in Japan, after news broke that the Tokyo-based production and distribution company, the Tohokushinsha Film Corporation has acquired the Japanese television and licensing rights for… Read More ›
Matthew Simpson to star as Johnny Alpha, Kevin Horsham as Wulf in Strontium Dog Fan Film
The team behind the eagerly-anticipated not-for-profit Strontium Dog fan film have released a few photos from their costume test day, and introduce actors Matthew Simpson, who has kindly agreed to play the part of Johnny Alpha in the film, and Kevin… Read More ›
Thunderbirds Are Go! gets second series even before first airs
UK broadcaster CITV has commissioned ITV Studios and New Zealand-based Pukeko Pictures to make a second series of Thunderbirds Are Go, even before the first has premiered. News of the second commission breaks just as the official web site for the show… Read More ›
Scratch that fanzine urge!
British and Irish comics fan Steve Green is to finally launch his long-planned online zine Scratch, early next year – and is on the look out for contributors. First mooted in 2008 but delayed by ‘real life’, Steve says the… Read More ›