Published by Titan Comics, Tank Girl Full Color Classics 1988-1989 #1 celebrates the 30th anniversary of the tank loving and mutant kangaroo dating female outlaw. Though they were first released in “glorious” black and white by writer Alan Martin and artist Jamie Hewlett, these re-released classics now are in full color, fulfilling how its creators would have loved to see them 30-years ago.
Elric of Melniboné is one of the better-known swords and sorcery characters to not be created by Tolkien or George RR Martin, highly respected as a major influence on fantasy literature. Now one of his most definitive stories told through comics is coming back into print. Elric: Ruby Throne is receiving the deluxe edition treatment […]
Well, ain’t this a treat? The BEAT is proud to announce exclusively the upcoming release of KONUNGAR: WAR OF CROWNS from Statix Press. Originally published by Éditions Glénat in 2011, writer Sylvain Runberg (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Orbital) and artist Juzhen concocted a high-fantasy quest featuring the epic battle between Vikings and Centaurs in conjunction with […]
It’s time to take a look at the sales distribution charts of Image and the other independent publishers for August. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct Market sales with the following caveats: 1) you […]
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is one of the most influential and important comic book event in North America. It’s mission is to “promote the creators of comic books in their broad and diverse voices, for the betterment of the medium of comics”. In the spirit of this mission, the Comics Beat has conducted a […]
I really like Francois Vigneault’s Titan. It’s a spectacular science fiction comic. It follows the story of MNGR João da Silva, as he is sent to Homestead Station on the moon of Titan to assess the issues with the station and gets caught in long simmering tensions between the genetically engineered workers and the small […]
It’s a hall of mirrors and every reflection bears the smiling face of Captain Jack Harkness! Titan comics announced today that a new Torchwood series will join their Doctor Who comic book universe, with issue one penned by the indefatigable John Barrowman.
Page one of Titan’s comic prequel to the Showtime original series, from Heavy Metal artist Louie De Martinis.
People just can’t get enough of the Ninth Doctor (Christopher Eccleston for those who lost count.) A five issue mini series from Titan was such a hit that he’s getting an ongoing series starting in April written by Cravan Scott (writer of the previous series) with art by Adriana Melo, for the first three issues.
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.