Khandie Khisses talked to Bleeding Cool about her role in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins’ Show Pieces, Khandie Khisses is many things. Veteran soldier, burlesque dancer, stand up comedian, occasional contributor to Bleeding Cool – and actor in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins’ Show Pieces, recently showing at London’s FrightFest. We bumped into each other… Read more »
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Last week’s Bleeding Cool Challenge, creating the as-yet-unseen second half of the DC gatefold covers in April was a big hit. So obviously we were going to try it again. Khandie Khisses is a British burlesque dancer, ex-Royal Air Forces, whe was picked by Alan Moore to perform at his fiftieth birthday celebrations, then she… Read more »
Khandie Khisses writes, dances and lives for Bleeding Cool. We sent her and Bleeding Cool reporter Ben Mortimer on a date to Batman Live! last weekend. We ran Ben’s report last week. Now here comes Khandie’s… I am a Batman fan in as much as I love Christian Bale in that rubbery suit. So the… Read more »
Khandie Khisses writes for Bleeding Cool; I am not a comic geek…that’s my line I like to spout when my friends question my attendance at yet another convention. Truth be told I am. It’s like my dirty secret. Some people have affairs as their secret….I have comics. I am by no means an obsessed fan… Read more »
In Britain, the General Election is underway. Everyone gets to vote on for a local Member of Parliament, and then whichever party can form a majority of MPs gets to form the government. Except with the latest polls giving Labour and Conservative parties 34.1% each and the vote not concentrated enough thanks to the efforts… Read more »
Courtesy of Happy Toast…. We don’t have a Thanksgiving. We don’t share a border with a country that does, necessitating that we start our own. But we do like to join in, even if some remain mystified. Everything that’s wrong with humanity: BBC News – #BlackFriday : Police called to supermarket crowds http://t.co/CLLYk1NjQ5 #ConsumeOrDie —… Read more »
Today, in Leicester Square, London, we have had the FrightFest premiere at Vue Cinema of three of Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins‘ short films linked together as Show Pieces. You can pre-order your copy here if you want. But before that, Kickstarter backers of the third of those short films (including me) were given a… Read more »
It’s the final, Kickstarter-funded, film in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins‘ series of short films, collectively known as Show Pieces, that will lead to further appearances of this alternate Northampton, known as The Show. Here is your first look at His Heavy Heart, starring Darrel D’Silva, Andrew Buckley and Khandie Khisses, for the readers of Bleeding… Read more »
Alan Moore has talked about his upcoming Kickstartered film His Heavy Heart on Nowness. Nicely times to coincide with the release of the box set of Show Pieces, the first five short films written and co-starring Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins, that begin The Show. The collection cost £35 or £50 signed (limited to 200)… Read more »
It’s a very unusual experience to be a viewer of a film project, from a distance, and to write about it, and then suddenly find myself dropped into the midst of the completion of the project and see it happening in real time. To see the actors in costume and make up, the cords and… Read more »
As we followed closely here at Bleeding Cool, Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins Kickstarted the final installment of their short film series entitled His Heavy Heart and made their goal by quite a margin, and plenty of Bleeding Coolers turned out to help the film on its way. As a group, the five short film… Read more »
It has been noted that if you meet Alan Moore in Northampton, he is more than likely to take you to an Italian restaurant of his favour. Well, maybe they might be interested in stocking this publication. The Best Of Dodgem Logic collects a number of articles, features and comics from the much loved Alan… Read more »
Okay, it’s more of a shuffle. But friend of Bleeding Cool, Khandie Khisses, is definitely in there… You can check Alan and Mitch’s Kickstarter appeal here.
Warning: contains minor spoilers. Every time a new Alan Moore project is announced, it’s a big deal. The Kickstarter campaign for His Heavy Heart, the last chapter in the Jimmy’s End Cycle should be especially a big deal because it would complete the first feature length movie to be made with an original screenplay he… Read more »
Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins talk about three more short films to join Act Of Faith and Jimmy’s End
If you recall, this was mine… One for the first entries was from new Nightwing artist Brett Booth himself Crimson Squire also found inspiration from the same cover. I’m wondering if that cover might reintroduce Two Face? Anyway, more Bats from ShadowMax From Chrise17 From Teenagefansub From uncaringmachine From CaptObuse From Tako From Brandon ZK… Read more »
Tomorrow’s Observer newspaper will feature a sprawling interview and feature with Alan Moore. In which we learn about his great-grandfather, Ginger Vernon, who “used to trade caricatures for pints in the pub.” He hates being coerced, whatever the financial incentive, and it may well be something in the blood. His great-grandfather Ginger, the hard-drinking cartoonist,… Read more »
On the evidence of this trailer, Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins are to David Lynch as Richard Hawley is to Roy Orbison.
First moving footage from the first Alan Moore film produced with his involvement.
Last night I found myself in a queue with Kieron Gillen and Oscar Zarate to get into a church. This doesn’t happen often. Also, in Hackney, with a predominantly white line up, it did feel a little like a Klan meeting in the Bronx. Look everyone, Kieron Gillen. But this was the London Word Festival,… Read more »
Posting may be slightly spotty over the next few days as I’m taking a trip with my family to my parents for Easter, leaving other family members to house sit, so they get a holiday in London. Though I think my dad has better wi-fi than I have. We’ll see. So what have you been… Read more »
One frame from the storyboard for Jimmy’s End, Mitch Jenkins‘ new film written by Alan Moore. Photographer Mitch Jenkins has been working on a number of projects with Moore. I first mentioned his graphic novel adaptation of Alan Moore’s graphic novelle Unearthing about the life of Steve Moore, three years ago. Here’s a pic from… Read more »