The writer of the Sandman Universe’s flagship title examines the inspirations behind and teases the uncertain future of THE DREAMING
New images and details about the return of the Dreaming to the DCU.
You can’t keep a great franchise down – the utterly beloved Sandman universe is coming back from DC with The Sandman Universe – four titles that will be overseen by creator Neil Gaiman but written by other writers. The four book mini-imprint will deal with supporting characters and concepts from Gaiman’s Sandman-i-verse starting with a […]
§ Nice Art: Ebony Magazine profiles illustrator/cartoonist Shannon Wright for her series of illos about black women’s hairstyles. But all of her stuff is kind of amazing. Bonus: Eleven! http://shannondrewthis.tumblr.com/post/149353880872/ok-im-finally-getting-around-to-posting-my § I totally missed out on the whole baby giraffe thing, and don’t feel I can face the world anymore. I did see the […]
Rootling around The Henson company’s old filing cabinets has been fruitful once again for Boom Studios: As reported in THR, a sequel to The Dark Crystal is finally coming out, but in comics form, as a 12-issue series starting next year. The series will adapt the screenplay to an unproduced sequel. The 12-issue series, titled The Power […]
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.
Yesterday Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen, was released. We talked with series co-writer Cavan Scott about how it felt to turn his attention to other Doctors, how he solves writing conflicts, and his first contact with the sinister Cybermen.
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.
Wizard World Portland gets the Time Lord treatment in an exclusive variant cover for the upcoming show in February.
Based on the first two issues I previewed, Si Spurrier with Ryan Kelly have crafted a captivating story about identifying the monsters inside and out. Cry Havoc, described as mixing “the hard-boiled militaria of Jarhead with the dark folklore of Pan’s Labyrinth,” is a fascinating piece of work, so I was excited to speak to […]