Tag Archives: unwritten

A Look At Supergirl 30 And The Unwritten: Apocalypse #4

Looking for something different to pick up at the shop tomorrow… here we have two previews from DC Comics that might interest you. First up is Supergirl #30 by Tony Bedard and art by Emanuela Lupacchino, Yildiray Cinar, Diogenes Neves, Ray …

Cammy’s Covers – 2000AD To The Unwritten

Cameron Hatheway writes; 2000AD Prog 1833 by Glenn Fabry An absolutely beautiful cover from Fabry to start things off this week. Cadet Anderson’s hair blowing in the wind is so sexy, even when that’s not her intent. The use of …

Vertigo At The Bristol Comic Expo – An Unwritten Prequel Graphic Novel Has Been… Written

Kyle Rogers writes from the Bristol Comic Expo, happening this weekend. Panellists: Shelly Bond + Mark Buckingham Mark Buckingham met Karen Berger doing portfolio reviews at a con, and she offered him work a year later. His first DC work …

Cammy’s Covers – From The Shadow To Hellblazer

Cameron Hatheway writes; The Shadow #8 (Variant) by Tim Bradstreet Remember that hilarious film of the same name a while back starring Alec Baldwin? Yeah, let’s forget about that movie and focus on this awesome cover instead! It reminds me …

Fables To Appear In Unwritten

Mike Greear writes for Bleeding Cool from NYCC at the Vertigo panel According to Bill Willingham, issue 50 of the Mike Carey-penned series, “The Unwritten,” will begin an event that sees characters from “Fables” come over into Carey’s book. Willingham …

Bryan Talbot’s Grandville Nominated For Hugo Award

The Hugo nominations were announced at Eastercon this weekend. The Best Graphic Story nominations were;l Fables: Witches, written by Bill Willingham; illustrated by Mark Buckingham (Vertigo) Girl Genius, Volume 10: Agatha Heterodyne and the Guardian Muse , written by Phil …

Saturday Runaround – Star Spangled Panties

TokyoWatch: Heidi gathers Tokyopop obituaries and analyses… and finds a heady mix of pride at roads taken and regret at those not, as Stuart Levy heads to Japan to make a documentary for a year. ArtWatch: The wonderful Al Davison …

Wednesday Comics Reviews – Heroes For Hire #1 and The Unwritten #21

Of late Abnett and Lanning have specialised at Marvel in the cosmic books, carving out an entire sub imprint and generating an audience for their dark space opera seemingly from nowhere. Heroes For Hire is the very opposite of that, …