Webcomics in review: Kill 6 Billion Demons – Go Big

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Allison is about to take the next step with her college boyfriend. It’s an already awkward situation, but it is made more so when a horde of demons teleports into her bedroom, kidnaps said boyfriend, and jams a key of immense power into her forehead teleporting her to a strange, terrifying new world. This world […]

PREVIEW: CARVER: A PARIS STORY could be the Mean Streets of comics

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Chris Hunt, former protege of Paul Pope, exploded onto the comics scene with the self published Volume One. Available in stores this Wednesday Today, Hunt brings back Francis Carver in his new [creator-owned] graphic novel, CARVER: A PARIS STORY (published by Z2 Comics). The book is a pulpy, black and white comic book that digs as deep […]

LeftField and Crunchyroll team for Anime NYC, a new show

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LeftField Media, the events company behind Awesome Con, Play Fair and more events, is bringing an anime back to NYC in 2017 with the aptly named Anime NYC, with Crunchyroll, the streaming anime service as primary sponsor, and Funimation, Viz and Kinokuniya also aboard. The event will take place November 17-19, 2017 at the Javits […]

INTERVIEW: Eleventh Doctor scribe Rob Williams talks diversity, Doctors, and Daak

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He’s written for Martian Manhunter and Rebirth: Suicide Squad. But before all that, he wrote for the Doctor. We talk to Rob Williams about his work on two years of the Eleventh Doctor for Titan Comics.

Happy! by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson gets pilot order at SyFy

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Happy! an Image series by Grant Morrison and Darrick Robertson has been given a a pilot order at SyFy, as the relentless march of comics into primetime television continues. The series concerns a hardboiled hitman who questions his life after he meets a small, imaginary flying blue horse named Happy. See the first link for […]

Raina’s excellent week

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It was quite a week for books by comics folks. Jerusalem AND Ghosts. Raina Telegemeier is on tour and kicked it off at  St. Anne School in San Francisco, with a crowd and a totally great tour kick off dress.   Well. ❤️ A photo posted by Raina Telgemeier (@goraina) on Sep 13, 2016 at […]

Telltale Releases Intense Trailer for Batman Episode 2 “Children of Arkham”

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Last month Telltale Games made a huge splash with the debut of their new Batman inspired series. It was a ballsy shake up of the established Dark Knight mythos while still retaining the essence of what makes the character great. Today the studio unveil the gripping new trailer for BATMAN – The Telltale Series – Episode 2: […]

Webcomic Review: Family Man: Adventures in 18th Century Academia! And Maybe Werewolves! But Mostly Academia!

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In 1768 Germany, or what will one day become Germany, Luther Levy has been kicked out of school for his unpopular opinions on Spinoza (and reportedly flipping a table). Having returned home to find his way again, he is offered a position at a remote university on the edge of Bohemia. Accepting the position, he […]

I Used To Sell You Comics: Kids Love Comics (And how that makes comics better for everybody)

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by Rosie Knight Over the last year I spent some time in comics retail, working at my favourite local comic shop, London’s renowned Orbital Comics. In this series of articles, I’ll be looking at some of the trends I observed whilst I was there, focusing on the positive changes that are happening in the industry. […]