Okay, so this has been out for a few days, but below is the latest Iron Man 3 promotional image, offering a clearer idea of Ben Kingsley as the Mandarin. As could be expected, fan feedback has been polarized, but I’ll be diplomatic and say that it’s clear that the cinematic iteration of Stark’s Big […]
Legendary athlete, Sir Roger Bannister runs for his life as a comic book hero in a new graphic novel, The Murder Mile.
I remember a few years back reading glowing reviews of Hatter M, the comic series that spun-off from Frank Beddor’s NYTimes Best Selling Looking Glass Wars series of novels… which in turn was based on Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland novels. Well, It’s probably a good sign of the direction the comic industry is going in when […]
Shadowland is a new self-published title from writer Tobias Elmore and artist Ken Bastard.
Jonathan Odds’ lawless lout Fred Fortune has apparently had a bit of a life, debuting in small press tile Mondo in the early nineties and sporadically reappearing throughout the next decade. Odd will soon be reviving the character with new ongoing series The Incredibly Stupid Misadventures of Fred Fortune and his chums!, which will coincide […]
Having recently discovered Fred Van Lente’s excellent Action Philosophers series, I’m already sold on the idea that, when it comes to complex ideas, comics can make a fine preparatory point for those of us who’ve come to expect pictures with our words. Ian Flitcroft and Britt Spencer’s Journey By Starlight: A Time Traveler’s Guide to […]