NYCC ’15: Titan Comics panels and signings

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Titan Comics is coming across the pond and bringing a robust series of panels and signings to NYCC 2015. Read on to get the scoop on how you can meet the writers and artists behind your favorite Titan titles.


Check out this trailer for new Garth Ennis series Johnny Red


We’ve got the lowdown on the new high-flying WWII series from Preacher scribe Garth Ennis out November 4th.


INTERVIEW: Introducing Keith Burns, Artist Extraordinaire


Keith Burns is an artist out of the UK that keeps an extremely low profile, at least on the Internet. He’s an artist you should know about that you probably don’t know about. There are not a lot of interviews or pieces on him,  which is crazy considering his talent and his pedigree as someone who has […]


Garth Ennis Injects Passion Into his Violence in New Dynamite Series, A Train Called Love


What a Dynamite day.  The comics publisher previously announced that they’ll be opening a branch office in New York’s flatiron district and that they’ll be working with Atari to produce new comics properties.  Now they’re announcing A Train Called Love, a new creator-owned title that will be Garth Ennis’ first work with the company in two […]


All-Star Section 8 #1 Review: DC Returns to the late ’90s with Ennis and McCrea


Writer: Garth Ennis Artist: John McCrea Colorist: John Kalisz Letterer: Pat Brosseau The greatest superheroes of all time, unseen since the end of the hit series HITMAN, have returned for the greatest superhero story ever told! Befuddled hero Six Pack returns to Gotham City, desperate to rebuild the all-star team known as Section Eight, in […]


Alan Moore Interview Part II – Punk Rock, Crossed, and Providence

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Part I: Steve Moore, River of Ghosts, The Show, and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is here. Now read on… PÓM: Actually, funnily enough, talking about Century, I do very much get the impression that, in the one set in 1969 – at the end of that it’s 1977, and it’s all very Punk Rock, and […]


Who should play Jesse Custer in the Preacher TV Show?


The PReacher pilot is HAPPENING. I never believed this day would come. Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s scabrous, epic take on religion, armageddon and personal honor is still violent and shocking. But it’s happening.


“I was having a pint with editor Nick Lowe,” Ennis Returns to the Marvel Universe


How many stories start like this? I was having a pint with editor Nick Lowe, and he suggested putting the Phantom Eagle up against dinosaurs. Thankfully at Marvel Secret Wars means that the publisher gets to play up even goofier ideas than usual. The upcoming crossover is exploring the War part of the Secret Wars title by introducing veteran […]


The week in review: No one did anything they didn’t want to


Now that the outrage-o-tron has moved from torture to movie casting, here is a round-up of reactions to the “Torture Cover” post the other day. Actually I don’t even need to write anything, as the Outhouse already summed it up with CROSSED TORTURE VARIANT CONTROVERSY SPARKS SURPRISINGLY CIVIL DEBATE ON INTERNET. It’s true. No one was blackballed, castigated or petitioned. The effects and provenance of disturbing material were widely debated, but it was generally decided by everyone involved that those who like it can like it, those who want to throw up can move right over to the toilet.


Garth Ennis Returning to The Punisher in 2014 for New Miniseries


This has only just been picked up online by fans – and subsequently by me – but in an interview on ComiXology’s podcast ‘The ComiXologist’, writer Garth Ennis has mentioned that he will be writing a new Punisher miniseries in 2014.


C2E2 – Liveblogging “Making Comics the Avatar Way” (New Garth Ennis Projects)

C2E2 has invaded Chicago and we’re liveblogging the “Making Comics the Avatar Way” panel, which should be kicking off momentarily.  Get ready to start hitting reload. Jim Kuhoric looks to be doing this solo. They start from the point of what the other publishers won’t let the creators do. It’s not all extreme, but that’s […]


NYCC in audio with Morrison, Ennis, etc.

Jamie Coville recording a bunch of panels from New York Comic Con and here they are for you listening pleasure: New York Comic Con 2012 (October 11 – 14) – 126 Photos


Garth Ennis talks about launching Dynamite’s new Crime Line With “Red Team”

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Crime comics are something that are usually popping around in the background of the direct market, but usually only one or two takes hold at a time.  In recent years, Vertigo held the crime candle, but their line of original graphic novels folded and Scalped came to an end.  Today, Dynamite is announcing their plan to […]