Tripwire, Comics And Celebrity

Before Bleeding Cool, there was TRIPWIRE magazine. In 2013, it celebrates its 21st anniversary and so it’s crowd funding at Kickstarter (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/154246759/tripwire-21st-anniversary) to get a paperback and a hardcover funded, with its campaign ending on 14th April. And the latest in our regular delve into its archive is the first spread of a brand new feature which looks at the phenomena of celebs writing comics and another feature that looks at the impact that comics has made on popular TV over the past two decades with the likes of The Walking Dead.

Last week to go for the Kickstarter as well…

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