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Peter Milligan and Jesus Hervas Infect Berger Books with Tomorrow in February

Ahead of New York Comic Con’s Saturday, Dark Horse has announced a new title in the Berger Books like from Peter Milligan, Jesús Hervas, and James Devlin set to hit stores in February. Called Tomorrow, this five-issue miniseries stars a twin brother and sister caught in an apocalyptic world when a Russian computer virus manages […]


Peter Milligan to Announce New Dark Horse Comic at New York Comic Con

Dark Horse Comics has issued press attending New York Comic Con with an opportunity amongst many others, to interview Peter Milligan regarding a project with the publisher. They just aren’t saying what the project is, as they are yet to announce it. Which they’ll have to do for New York Comic Con or before. Milligan, […]

Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome #1 cover by Cary Nord

Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome #1 Review – Sherlock Holmes in Rome

Antonius Axia is a “detectionist,” the first investigative detective in the world. He lives during the reign of Emperor Nero in Ancient Rome. He has gotten by on working under Nero, but, after a legion goes missing in the Tottenwald forest in Germany, Antonius Axia is called to investigate all the way out in Germany. […]

Prisoner #3 cover by Colin Lorimer and Joana LaFuente

The Prisoner #3 Review: Don’t Trust Your Senses

Breen awakens in a massive interrogation chamber inside the Village. Number Two wants to know about Pandora, but Breen refuses to give in. The Village sends Breen back into the virtual world. He keeps breaking through the illusion, so Number Two increases the intensity. Before long, Breen’s mind is shattered. The Prisoner continues to play […]


Prisoner #2 cover by Colin Lorimer

The Prisoner #2 Review: Not Bad but Very Predictable

Breen is at the mercy of the Village, and they will stop at nothing to get the information about Pandora from him. Worse yet, he sees some familiar faces in the Village’s compound, and they aren’t saying the things that the MI-5 agent wants to here right now. While the Prisoner #2 scores some points […]

The Prisoner #1 cover by Mike and Laura Allred

The Prisoner #1 Review: Knowledge is Power

Breen is an MI-5 agent who works for the Unit. After a compromised mission in the Middle East, he loses track of his partner. His superior believes she has been taken to the Village, a clandestine information-mining facility with global power and influence. Breen is ordered to kill his partner before she can give up […]

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Search for Rome’s Lost Eagles in Valiant Entertainment’s July 2018 Solicits

Enter Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome this July with creators Peter Milligan and Robert Gill. This comes through Valiant Entertainment along with their regular releases such as Ninja-K, X-O Manowar, an Archer and Armstrong collection, Shadowman, and Quantum and Woody. Full solicit details below. BRITANNIA: LOST EAGLES OF ROME #1 (of 4) Written by PETER MILLIGAN Art by ROBERT GILL Cover A by CARY NORD Cover B […]


Kid Lobotomy #6 cover by Nick Robles

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

I’m not even sure where to start with the plot of this one. Kid Lobotomy has a flashback to a time when he saw Big Daddy beat a man to death over a disagreement about a book. Kid runs away, and we return to the present where he is given guidance by a giant cockroach […]

X-Men: Bland Design – Lord Trauma Revealed in Legion #2, and He Kinda Sucks

One X-book this week doesn’t have anything to do with either Venom or Deadpool, and this is the one! Welcome, dear readers, to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” Things have changed […]

Watch a Trailer for Peter Milligan and Colin Lorimer’s ‘The Prisoner’ Comic

Titan Comics has released a trailer for their upcoming comic book series The Prisoner, based on the 1960s television show of the same name that was written by, directed by, and starred Patrick McGoohan as the titular prisoner, a former British agent held captive in a mysterious village as agents attempt to extract information from him. […]

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A Celebration of Tank Girl from Titan Comics May 2018 Solicits

Tank Girl’s 30th anniversary is celebrated. Bloodborne reaches its conclusion. Dark Souls: The Age of Fire begins. All this comes from Titan Comics this May. Details below. DARK SOULS AGE OF FIRE #1 MAR181914 (W) Ryan O’Sullivan (A) Anton Kokarev (CA) Pablo Fernandez Angulo Direct tie-in to Dark Souls One, being re-released on Nintendo Switch in 2018! Written by superstar […]



2000 AD February Solicits With T.C. Eglington, Peter Milligan, Dan Abnett, And More

2000 AD, the famous stomping grounds of the infamous Judge Dredd, continue their anthology sci-fi series this February. Creators such as Ian Edginton, T.C. Eglington, Dave Taylor, Rory McConville, Arthur Wyatt, Patt Mills, Clint Langley, Peter Milligan, and Dan Abnett are working across their flaghsip 2000 AD Prog series and the Judge Dredd Megazine. 2000 AD PROGS 2067-2070 2067 on sale 7 February 2018 2068 […]