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Writer’s Commentary: Declan Shalvey Talks James Bond: M

Dynamite has sent us a writer’s commentary from Declan Shalvey on James Bond: M, a one-shot that is on shelves now. It has a cover by Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire and interiors by PJ Holden & Dearbhla Kelly. PAGE 1: Hey, this is a James Bond comic, I should open this up with a bombastic action sequence, […]

World of Tanks: Citadel

[Exclusive] Garth Ennis and PJ Holden Lead World of Tanks: Citadel Miniseries

Dark Horse has announced that wargaming returns to the battle with World of Tanks: Citadel, a new tank combat miniseries. Eisner Award-winning comics legend Garth Ennis (Preacher, Punisher) and artist PJ Holden (Warhammer Monthly, Johnny Woo, 2000 A.D.) once again take command for a new action packed miniseries inspired by Wargaming’s popular online game World of […]

Declan Shalvey And PJ Holden Are Doing A James Bond: M One-Shot

Dynamite has just announced a new one-shot set in the James Bond universe from writer Declan Shalvey (Deadpool Vs. Old Man Logan, Savage Town) and artist PJ Holden (2000 AD, Judge Dredd). James Bond: M is a 40-page one-shot delving into the backstory of Bond’s superior, looking specifically at M’s time in the field and his […]

Preview Gunsuits By Paul Tobin And PJ Holden From American Gothic Press

From American Gothic Press comes Gunsuits, a comic adapted from the short story Wormholes. The series, which will run monthly for four issues, will be written by Paul Tobin, with art by PJ Holden (Judge Dredd, Numbercruncher.) Gunsuits follows main character Cassandra “Potts” Potter as she battles gigantic, scaly bio-weapons while simultaneously searching every available […]

Renegade Commits To Five Years Of Dept. Of Monsterology Graphic Novels

Renegade are collecting the four issue series of The Dept Of Monsterology, along with the prologue that appeared in USA Today and Judge Dredd Megazine, as well as a new 22 page strip called ‘The Trouble with Harry’ that will also be available digitally as a single issue. Expect the book and the digital single […]

Why You Shouldn’t Just Read Numbercruncher, You Should Read It All At Once

Numbercruncher is a fabulously strange comic. It first appeared serialized in the pages of Judge Dredd Megazine in black and white, then as a 4 issue miniseries with colors added, and has now been collected in hardback by Titan. Written by Simon Spurrier, with artwork by PJ Holden, colors by Jordie Bellaire, and letters by […]

The Last 2000AD Of 2013

Alasdair Stuart writes: For many in the UK, Christmas is marked by the arrival of a double-sized Radio Times that, somehow, always seems to use the same Santa art for the front cover. For many others, Christmas only begins when 2000AD do their 100-page end of year blow out issue. It’s like an office party […]

Monsters, Inked

Alexander Finbow writes; Take your opportunities. As Ashton ‘Chris’ Kutcher said recently at the teen awards. Now, after a day spent on production and promotion for Dept. of Monsterology, learning how to adapt, and then publishing our first prose ebook (Alan Grant’s novelisation of the Loxley’s and the War of 1812 in case you were […]

Dept Of Monsterology, The Hardest Course On Campus

The Dept. Of Monsterology, a new four-issue mini-series coming from Renegade Entertainment is making its debut this October and is currently in the Previews catalogue for order. The series is about the Departments of Cryptozoology, Mythological Studies, Parapsychology and Fortean Pheonomena at Dunsany College and the teams from each that span the globe to study […]

PREVIEW: Si Spurrier and PJ Holden’s Numbercruncher

Some of you know him for his very sweary Bleeding Cool column Short & Curlies. Well now he seems to be aping the title of another Bleeding Cool favourite, with artist PJ Holden. Numbercruncher will be published over the course of 10 episodes (8 pages each), starting early next year, in what Si calls “a […]