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Writer’s Commentary – Paul Cornell Talks Vampirella #5

Straight from Dynamite, here’s a new writer’s commentary featuring Paul Cornell talking about Vampirella #5. He mentions that this was originally going to be the final issue of the run, until he was asked to extend it by two issues. This issue has a cover by Philip Tan and art by Jimmy Broxton. This is […]

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Writer’s Commentary – Paul Cornell Talks Vampirella #4

Our newest writer’s commentary comes from Paul Cornell as he talks about Vampirella #4 from Dynamite that he did with Jimmy Broxton. Cover art by Philip Tan. Paul doesn’t give us any set up, he just dives right into the first page… so here we go. Page 1: These are difficult pages to draw. This […]

Writer’s Commentary – Paul Cornell On Vampirella #2

Writer Paul Cornell and artist Jimmy Broxton bring you the second (do you count Zero Issues?) installment of Vampirella’s latest adventure. Here we have a writer’s commentary by Cornell for the issue. Here’s what’s going down (from the solicit): Welcome to Los Angeles in the year three thousand and something! You thought La-La Land was […]

Is Paul Cornell Having Vampirella Go Through A Mid-Life Crisis?

With the relaunch of Vampirella and the 90K plus order #0 issue by Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton, I thought I would follow up last months interview with a quick few questions about the first issue. Reading over Cornell’s answers, it almost seems like Vampirella is having a mid-life crisis. She’s drastically changing her style […]

Vampirella #0 Hits Over 80,000 Orders… And That Seems Low

Dynamite has followed up their 25 cent zero issue of Red Sonja with a 25 cent zero issue of Vampirella by Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton. And where Vampirella has pulled in over 80,000 pre-orders through Diamond Distributors, that’s well under the 110,000 orders that Red Sonja got. Now this could be a blessing for […]


Paul Cornell To Write Vampirella For Dynamite, Reuniting With Jimmy Broxton

Dynamite Entertainment announces that comics and television veteran Paul Cornell will write an all-new series starring Vampirella. Cornell is an English writer of novels, comic books and television, perhaps best known for his work on Doctor Who, dating back to 1990. Since that time, Cornell has written over ten Doctor Who novels, as well as multiple […]

Guy Adams And Jimmy Broxton’s Goldtiger To Be Published By 2000AD (UPDATE)

Goldtiger was a Kickstartered comic book project by Guy Adams and Jimmy Broxton that… kinda disappeared. A fictitiously revived exploitation comic book strip, we last wrote about it back in February 2013. In June 2015, they updated, saying We have a publisher willing to help spread the crazy love that is Goldtiger. For now, we can’t […]


IDW And BBC End Doctor Who Deal With The 50th Anniversary Comics

Everyone’s favorite time-traveller is turning 50 and IDW Publishing along with BBC Worldwide aren’t quite done celebrating yet. But after that… IDW and the BBC are done. IDW Publishing and BBC Worldwide will conclude their joint celebration of the Doctor’s 50th anniversary with the release of a Doctor Who Special the final week of 2013. […]

Sean Phillips – The Collection And The Controversy

As Dynamite announce their Art Of Sean Phillips collection for October (including the artwork seen in this piece) both in standard hardcover and a signed and limited edition, the artist has found himself in the centre of controversy. Except he probably doesn’t even know it yet. Just look at his face. I have been made […]

Carla Speed McNeil Joins Alex De Campi’s Ashes

Alex De Campi reports in the latest update to her Kickstarter-sourced graphic novel Ashes that caused considerable fuss earlier this year when De Campi fired the comic’s co-creator James Hodgkins/Jimmy Broxton off the book. He was replaced by a series of name artists, including Igor Kordey who had drawn the original Smoke book, to which […]

Dust To Dust – Jimmy Broxton’s Final Words On Ashes

  Jimmy Broxton/James Hodgkins has written to Bleeding Cool, regarding Alex De Campi’s statement on Kickstarter on the situation with the graphic novel Ashes. I have made my position clear and outlined the facts of this unfortunate situation. Alex has a wildly different interpretation of events, and says some very harsh things about me, things […]

Alex De Campi Responds To Jimmy Broxton Over Ashes Kickstarter

  Bleeding Cool first told you about the irrevocable differences that emerged between Alex De Campi and Jimmy Broxton/James Hodgkins over the successfuly funded Kickstarter comic, Ashes, a sequel to Alex De Campi and Igor Kordey’s comic Smoke. It appears that it was, indeed, artistic differences that drove the two apart, but exactly what and […]

Join The Comics Celebrities On Ashes And Win Big

The Kickstarter funding for Alex De Campi and Jimmy/James Broxton/Hodgkins‘ sequel to Smoke – Ashes – is $7000 shy of its targeted figure. So the pair are giving it a final push with a Bleeding Cool competition. If you pledge at least $30, getting a copy of the graphic novel, and then post a comment […]

Smoke Sequel Preview – Ashes by Alex De Campi

Smoke was a comic series by Alex De Campi and Igor Kordey that came out from IDW a few years ago… and was rather good. Think of Luther Arkright crossed with V For Vendetta and dropped into the middle of Soho, London. Well, it’s back. A sequel series called Ashes, written by De Campi, drawn […]

Preview: Spirit Of Hope

I’ve written a short one page piece with artist Mike Collins for the upcoming Spirit Of Hope anthology from Comic Book Alliance, to raise money for victims of the earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand. Edited by Alan Cowsill, Spirit of Hope has two covers, one by Jimmy Broxton, the other by Mike Allred. Creators […]

SCOOP: Just Who In The World Is Jimmy Broxton?

So, artist Jimmy Broxton is starting to get more attention with his upcoming work on Knight & Squire with Paul Cornell. And will be making his “first official UK comic convention appearance” at the British International Comic Show in a few weeks. The show’s bio of him seems to be very coy; The elusive Jimmy […]