SDCC ‘16: If You Create It, People Will Come: D.I.Y. Comics Reinventing the Mainstream


By Nancy Powell Vita Ayala (Black Mask Studios), Ted Lange (Warp Zone) and Ronald Wimberly (The Prince of Cats) joined moderator Patrick A. Reed for a panel discussion on how evolving tools and technology have changed the face of comics, serving as a platform from which to launch new voices and new ideas. Central to the […]

SDCC’ 16: Grant Morrison and Vanesa R. Del Rey’s ‘Sinatoro’ Heads to Television


The Hollywood Reporter announced today that Sinatoro, an upcoming comic from Grant Morrison and Vanesa R. Del Rey is being adapted for television by Universal Pictures. Adam Armus and Kay Foster will be writing the screenplay – alongside Morrison himself. Scheduled to be published by Black Mask Studios next year, Sinatoro is casually described in the announcement […]

Black Mask goes on Comixology and Kindle


  Add Blask Mask to the list of publishers who will be available on both ComiXology  and Amazon’s Kindle Store. Starting today you can read titles such as We Can Never Go Home, Godkiller, Space Riders, Ballistic, The Disciples and upcoming titles  Young Terrorists and Sinatoro by Grant Morrison and Vanesa del Rey.  Black Mask launched a […]

What Should You Buy in September? Gareth Brookes, Gene Luen Yang, Ed Piskor, Villains Month


September! New month, new comics, new things to look out for. We had a wander round the solicitations and picked out the comics we’re all most looking forward to this month. Also I got them to pick their favourite DC villains, because there’s a DC Villain Month coming out and well, why not.

Wednesday’s Review Slate: Skybreaker, Liberator and Tom Strong


This week’s review slate once more races backwards and forwards through time – we’ve got Skybreaker #3, which came out a short while back, along with an issue of Liberator that had bunnies on the front cover, as well as Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril #1.

Here’s All Our News from SDCC in One Place


One of the things heard most frequently this weekend online was ‘why is there no comic news coming out of SDCC’? You mean aside from the masses and masses of comics news which came out of the convention, right? The Beat covered basically every single comics company you can imagine, and we’ve still got a […]