The 5 minute trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight is out, and manages to “get” Batman far better than Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises did in its 165 minutes running time.
Titan Books have been kind enough to provide Shelf Abuse with a copy of the recently released Steed and Mrs Peel: A Very Civil Armageddon TPB to give away.
Bluewater are resurrecting indie superhero title The Justice Machine with a new graphic novel.
This December, Slave Labor Graphics will be publishing Gerry Alanguilan’s latest graphic novel, Where Bold Stars Go to Die.
Chris Nicholls provides a passionate breakdown of Grant Morrison’s Batman run.
Smith Micro were kind enough to send me a copy of the latest iteration for review, and I’ll be providing a light overview of both the additions to 5 and my own thoughts on the software.
Following on from a “director’s cut” of Chris Kent’s debut Medusa comes The Golem, which combines stage magic and the animated clay being of Jewish folklore.
Welcome to Indie Penance, the first of a new regular feature, in which I wax lyrical about indie comics and the latest small press releases. Be warned: once rant mode is activated, there is no deactivating it…