Son of Hitler has a provocative title, but delivers an alternate history story with obvious respect for the actual events of World War 2, conveying the harsh realities experienced during that part of history. Co-writer Anthony Del Col certainly knows how to research for his stories, as the writer of a series involving all of […]
Riverdale isn’t the only classic town where things are getter a bit dark. Next month Dynamite publises a new mini series called NANCY DREW & THE HARDY BOYS: THE BIG LIE #1 which finds beloved teenage slueth Nancy Drew investigating the murder of the Hardy Boys dad…a crime which they’ve been accused of comitting! Written by Anthony […]
Who are the shadowy figures behind the line of Assassin’s Creed books from Titan Comics? Meet them, and learn all the latest Assassin’s Creed comic news, just in time for the premiere of the hotly anticipated Assassin’s Creed movie.
Don’t know what to check out? How about a free sample before your free comic hunting begins? We’ve got art from the FCBD issues of two popular Titan Comics titles: Doctor Who and Assassin’s Creed.
An idea is only as valuable as its execution, and Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery have spent the last four years executing their concept, a battle between Shakespeare’s most famous heroes and most evil villains, to great success. Kill Shakespeare first appeared as a comic book series from IDW in 2010, but in four […]
Fresh press release! Crisp and tender. IDW have announced that writers Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery will return to their acclaimed Kill Shakespeare series with a new five-issue miniseries debuting in February. Andy Belanger will return as artist on the miniseries, which follows up from the previous two books in the series. Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
This past weekend (April 20-21) I took part in the first-ever Middle East Film and Comic-Con (MEFCC), held in Dubai. I attended mainly to promote my IDW Publishing series Kill Shakespeare (along with my co-creator Conor McCreery) but I also went in a quest to answer a question I’ve been wondering: how big is the comic book culture in the Middle East?
The answer is: quite big. And it’s growing.