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Titan Comics Lays Out Its Stall At Diamond Retailer Day, London

Yesterday, Diamond Comics held a Retailer Day ahead of today’s London Super Comic Con. Which consisted of a room full of British comic book store owners with publishers and creators talking up their wares. Titan Comics were up first, with …

Titan Comics’ Doctor Who Comics Not Available In Print In The UK

It does seem a little ridiculous. A British publisher, employing British creators, licensing a British TV show from a British broadcaster cannot sell the comics in Britain. I’ve just had that confirmed to me by BBC Worldwide after being given …

Titan To Translate And Publish Pierre Boisserie And Malo Kerfriden’s The Rage

Titan Comics is at it again. Yet another European comic has been announced -  but like with all the previous ones, the news isn’t coming from Titan itself, who remains silent about this real avalanche of books they’re bringing from …

Titan Gets The Licence To Publish Doctor Who Comics

Well, we kinda worked it out last year. But now it’s been officially confirmed. Titan Comics have the North American Doctor Who comics license from BBC Worldwide. As for the rest of the rumour, that Titan comics would take the …

Universal War Comes To Titan?

Denis Bajram’s Universal War One was one of the most outstanding graphic novels that got reprinted in English by Marvel during their four year long joint-venture with French publisher Soleil (2008-2011). Originally released in the sumptuous oversized European format, Marvel …

Things To Do In London This Week If You Like Comics – Miracleman And Numbercruncher

Wednesday 15th January Orbital Comics: Miracleman #1 signing with artist/co-writer Garry Leach, from 5pm. And from 6pm… Si Spurrier signing Numbercruncher at Forbidden Planet. Thursday 16th Creating a Graphic Novel (six week course run by Simone Lia) begins. 57 Arts, …

Death Sentence #1 – A Writer’s Commentary by Monty Nero

Death Sentence #1 is back in the shops this weekend for it’s second print. Here’s a Writer’s Commentary on the issue, by writer Monty Nero. Including almost the entire comic… Page 1 On a new title it’s really important to …

Si Spurrier’s Numbercruncher And The Art Of The Feint

Earlier this year, Titan Comics publisher the series Numbercruncher, by Si Spurrier and PJ Holden. It sunk. It didn’t help that it was a really, really bad format to publish the comic in. Serialised did not do it any favours. …

The Star Wars Sells Out, Death Sentence Gets A Midtown Second Print, And God Is Dead Gets Enhanced

The Star Wars #1 was a favourite for weeks in the reorder charts on Bleeding Cool. Well, looks like Dark Horse Comics have finally burned through the last of their stocks and the recreation of George Lucas‘ original Star Wars …

The Publishers Are Nearly Ready for NYCC – And Coulson’s LOLA is Here!

It’s nearly go time for the floor opening of New York Comic Con 2013, with a little over two hours remaining until the throngs arrive, with panels already running from 12 noon onward. Compared to Rich Johnston’s photos and video …

How The Cancellation Of CLiNT Will Help Batman Sales

So, this week sees the publication of the final issue of Mark Millar’s CLiNT. And it’s the first such edition without a Mark Millar comic in it. Instead, the magazine is filled with previews of upcoming Titan Comics publications, interviews …

Mark Millar’s CLiNT Magazine Cancelled On The Day Kick Ass 2 Launches In The UK

After increasingly delayed issues, poor performance on the UK news stand it was intended for, and a disappearance from Titan’s online promotion efforts, Bleeding Cool had been asking Titan Comics if Mark Miller’s CLiNT magazine was to be cancelled after …

The New Alien Legion Comics – But What About The Old One?

Titan Comics announced a new Alien Legion comic, at San Diego Comic Con. Bleeding Cool had the scoop. From Carl Potts and Larry Stroman. So what of these pages from an unpublished planned story, originally scheduled to come out from …

Mindcruncher From Numbercruncher

Okay, the visuals and sound aren’t the greatest. But this is Si Spurrier‘s presentation of his new series from Titan Comics, Numbercruncher, out last week, from the Diamond Retailer Lunch. Isn’t it mysterious?

Cover Variance: 12 Reasons For A Death Sentence For My Little Pony’s Guardians

Here’s the Forbidden Planet variant cover for the first issue of Titan Comics’ Death Sentence. It features VERITY… A micro-series variant of My Little Pony for Larry’s Comics and Jetpack Comics. Limited-Editions Comix have an Adi Granov variant Angela for …

The Return Of Space Oddities And What’s Up With CLiNT?

Bleeding Cool has covered issues regarding the Space Oddities feature in the magazine CLiNT. An open spot, Millar put an open call out for short stories from new creators to run in each issue. He publicly bought a first wave …

From Fringe To September

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Fringe, much like BBC Radio 4 (Trust me, I’m going somewhere with this) is a perfect example of what happens when you leave something alone to grow and develop on its own terms. What …

Are You An Brilliant Artist? Mark Millar Wants You

Mark Millar writes; You’d be out in the same year as Quitely, Romita, McNiven and another major artist we can’t reveal yet (he’s still under contract). In other words, you’d better be bloody good. Upfront, you’d get more than Marvel …