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Alan Moore returns to comics with Crossed + One Hundred for Avatar

by Andy Haighon 17/09/2014
Alan Moore, the bearded demi-god wizard of Northampton and critically acclaimed writer of far too many things to list here, is set to return to comics writing a new 6 issue limited series for publisher Avatar. The limited series called “Crossed: + One Hundred” will be the latest incarnation of Avatar’s hit horror series which has […]

Zarjaz News as 2000AD Sells out at Distributor Level for the First Time Ever!

by Andy Haighon 20/03/2014
Zarjaz news! 2000AD‘s prog 1874, aimed at new readers with several new stories and previously mentioned here, has sold out at a distributor level and is set to be reprinted! This is the first time this has ever happened! 2000AD first appeared way back in 1977 when Pat Mills, a freelance writer and editor who had […]

Comics Unmasked – Art and Anarchy in the UK at The British Library

by Andy Haighon 19/03/2014
Comics fans who like to take in a bit of culture too will be pleased to know that The British Library, as in The British Library Giles refers to in Buffy, has a new upcoming exhibit – Comics Unmasked – Art and Anarchy in the UK. “Comics Unmasked is the UK’s largest ever exhibition of […]

Arkham Origins

by Callum Tyndallon 03/11/2013
God damn Batman is cool. In my opinion, straight up the best superhero out there. There is just so much to love about him but, for me, the root of his sheer awesomeness is the fact that he’s just a man. A man who has not only gone toe to toe with gods, psychopaths and […]

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen heading for TV screens.

by Andy Haighon 10/07/2013
In a move that will no doubt dismay fans everywhere Fox has plans for a TV show based on Alan Moore’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The acclaimed series from Alan Moore and Kevin O’ Neil which features numerous famous literary figures banding together to face a mysterious threat was adapted into a film in […]

John Constantine Hellblazer Farewell

by Andy Haighon 16/03/2013
Dressed in a shirt, tie and yellow trench coat, with a grizzled unshaven look, blonde hair and a smouldering Silk Cut in his hand, John Constantine is a blue collar, chain smoking, self-serving, manipulative, “nasty piece of work” in his own words. A master of deceit and misdirection, owner of a scathing wit and also […]