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Edie Nugent

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Edie is a New York-based writer, reporter, interviewer, and publicist with a passion for entertainment and geek-related media.

Review: the Netflix and Marvel team up push Daredevil “Into the...

Netfix and Marvel's first foray into comic book scripted series crackles with energy and hits all the right notes with series pilot "Into the RIng"

Doctor Who wrap up: BBC renews, Titan previews 3-Doctor FCBD issue...

Doctor Who to remain on-air until 2020 according to Moffat and BBC, Denton, TX celebrates "Dr. Who Day" and Titan releases preview pages of their three new Doctor stories for Free Comic Book Day.

Review: there’s life(lives) in the old(young) Doctor yet in Doctor Who:...

Writer Cavan Scott told us in an interview that this was a natural point to tell new stories about the Doctor because there is an obvious gap between episodes The Doctor Dances and Boom Town. Presumably, though the timing on the TARDIS often leaves much to be desired, every time the TARDIS takes off with only the Doctor in it could be an alternate timeline. Still, it’s a solid choice to set the story here with the TARDIS ‘dream team’ of Nine, Rose and Jack Harkness.

Interview: we talk Doctors, Secret Wars and Hitchhiker’s Guide with Ninth...

We spoke with Cavan Scott, writer of the new Ninth Doctor Comic series about what it was like to bring 9 back to life with a new story featuring fan favorite companions Rose Tyler and Jack Harkness.

Interview: We talk Europen graphic novels with Titan’s new editor Lizzie...

Last week Titan Comics announced it had hired Lizzie Kaye, formerly of SelfMadeHero, to the position of editor for their European graphic novel line. We talked with Kaye within a week of her jumping on-board the Titan Comics team about her new gig and Titan's expansion into the bande dessinée market.

Interview: Doctor Who: Revolutions of Terror

We talked with Abadzis about being a British expat in New York, and the first Mexican-American companion Gabby Gonzalez: also the TARDIS' first artist.

Doctor Who: After Life Vol. 1 interview

We talk with After Life co-writers Al Ewing and Rob Williams about their past collaborations, the Doctor’s newest companion, and get a few hints at what fans can expect in the forthcoming issues of the Titan Comics 11th Doctor series.

21st Century TANK GIRL will be published by Titan in June

Titan announced today they are serializing the Kickstarter-funded 21st Century Tank Girl, which saw artist and Co-creators Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin returning to the character which made them famous in the 80s and 90s.

Review: strange things are afoot in Bill and Ted’s Triumphant Return

I wanted to like Bill and Ted's Most Triumphant Return #1. And for the most part, I did. It's got View Askew Productions veteran Brian Lynch on writing duties, who has done solid work for IDW's Buffy the Vampire Slayer series spin-off Spike: Asylum. It's got the art of Jerry Gaylord, who has lovingly personified other franchises like TMNT and Adventure Time. Yet while Bill and Ted were very much themselves, they also seemed to lose a little something in the translation.

Review: Big Con Job is a dark, meta, fandomy heist: and...

Palmiotti and Brady have created a group of characters instantly familiar to fans of comic books, science fiction and fantasy in general: aging TV stars wearily working the convention circuit to earn their daily bread. There's the buxom, Princess Leia-like love interest to the pulpy, Captain Kirk-ish Buck Blaster in the aptly-named series 'Treck Wars'. The pair look out into a sparse audience that has turned on them

Review: Punk rock and questionable choices are the ties that bind...

The time period of Boom Studio's limited series Curb Stomp is somewhat tough to pin down. The clothing styles vacillate from the 50s through the 70s, which of course form the template for the hot styles of today. The convenience stores have a modern look, as does the one television set I spotted (there's nary a cell phone or a computer to be found). At least for now, it doesn't really matter: Curb Stomp traffics in a genre defined by the pulp novels and exploitation films of those aforementioned eras, so it makes sense that the look of it is something of a review of these periods.

Review: dark deeds, secrets and lies lurk beneath the masks of...

Secret Identities #1 wastes no time in establishing it's universe. On the opening pages we're thrown into a two page splash of super heroics familiar to even the casual comic reader. A team of eight archetypal heroes, known as the Front Line, converge in battle over downtown Toronto. They include a beautiful and deadly alien woman, a rock-bodied hulk , and a silver-suited man of super-human speed. A portal has been opened over the Canadian city, spewing wave after wave of nasty hell-creatures crashing over our heroes.