Posted December 14, 2012 by Rich Johnston
Marc Jackson writes, This June sees the arrival of MACC-POW! Macclesfield, in Cheshire’s first ever comic convention! Celebrating comics and comic art from around the world and embracing amazing local talent in a collision of comic-book coolness! In association with the Barnaby Arts Festival, which runs for two weeks in June in Macclesfield, I was… Read more »
To go with their new Groupees bundle, Dynamite has sent over Blood Queen #1 free for you to read. The whole six-issue series by Troy Brownfield and Fritz Casas is included in the new digital comics deal with part of the proceeds going to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. For those not familiar with… Read more »
There are some very interesting things in Dynamite’s July 2016 solicitations. Some of which were announced recently at Wondercon like the new Six Million Dollar Man series and Garth Ennis’ return to Red Team and even the continuation of the animated series Brickleberry. But also we see here a team up decades in the making… Read more »
Spotted in the Asda supermarket aisle, Captain America: Civil War promotional packs of Cheestrings… featuring as you might expect, Captain America and Iron Man. Which Cheestring are you on? Such promotional activity usually seem to employ the central male characters. Indeed, Avengers merchandise and promotional pushes have been criticised heavily for replacing out characters such… Read more »
In a preview of the Supergirl season finale, Kara promises to save the world from Non and Indigo’s plans, even if it means her death. Supergirl‘s season finale airs Monday, April 18th on CBS.
Rob Bradfield writes … Season Two of AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead started off strong with last night’s episode, “Monster.” The title is a little strange because the zombie action in the episode was comparatively light, with walkers – and now “floaters” at sea – bookending the episode, and some intense character development in between…. Read more »