Posts Tagged ‘comic book’

Rivers of London: Water Weed, by Ben Aaronovitch

by Laura Bensonon 16/01/2019
New from acclaimed British author and all around nerd Ben Aaronovitch is volume 4 of his graphic novels based of his award winning book series Rivers of London. For those who have not read his work, fear not! One doesn’t need to have read the original books to enjoy this graphic novel series. The world […]

Hallows Fell – a horror story

by Cristina Bogdanon 19/11/2017
Hallows Fell, created by Thom Burgess and illustrated by Izzy Stanic, depicts a story that combines modern life and old time superstition in a seamless blend. Old stories of hags that yearn for some fresh blood are common in most places, tales to keep the children inside after dark, yet in this instance, they turn […]

Breaks coming to Soaring Penguin Press in 2017

by Cristina Bogdanon 23/10/2016
Good news for the fans of web comic Breaks by Emma Vieceli and Malin Rydén. The first volume is going to be published by Soaring Penguin Press in the latter part of 2017. The popular comic, that has been running as a weekly segment from 2014 to 2016 tells the coming of age story of […]

A Small Revolution coming to Soaring Penguin Press

by Cristina Bogdanon 25/09/2016
Soaring Penguin Press will publish in the later part of 2017, Boum’s A Small Revolution. The original text La petite revolution was published in 2012, in French and is currently available in on the author’s page. I had a look and I definitely liked what I saw. For those that do not speak French (shame […]

Home-grown Heroes of Irish Comics (Part 1)

by trekkiemarkon 23/08/2016
Back in 2007 I attended my first Comic Book Convention in Ireland. It was a rather underwhelming experience truth be told. I spent the greater part of the day trying the find the venue on the rain and windswept shores of Dublin Bay. After what seemed like an eternity I walked in to the modest […]

MULP: Sceptre of the Sun – International release

by Cristina Bogdanon 12/02/2016
The creator owned comic book has gotten its international release only two days ago, via Diamond Comics. Sceptre of the Sun is the first part of Matt Gibbs and Sara Dunkerton’s pulp adventure, featuring anthropomorphic mice who find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy. You can read our interview with them  here. Jim Campbell, and […]

X-Men: Apocalypse has Found its Nightcrawler!

by jesshealy24on 18/02/2015
It appears that the teleporting mutant will be returning to the silver screen in that of Kodi Smit-McPhee, who has been added to the X-Men: Apocalypse cast as Nightcrawler. Director Bryan Singer revealed via Instagram that the up and coming actor will play the much-loved character upon the film’s 27th May, 2016 release. As many of you […]

First Trailer for Bendis and Oeming’s Powers is Here

by Andy Haighon 12/10/2014
The adaptation of Powers, the critically acclaimed comic from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming which follows former superhero turned homicide detective Christian Walker and his partner Deena Pilgrim of the Powers Division dealing with murders committed by those with superpowers, has just got its first trailer straight via NYCC. The series which is […]

Interview with Matt Gibbs and Sara Dunkerton – Creators of MULP:

by Cristina Bogdanon 04/06/2014
It’s not secret that I liked MULP: Sceptre of the Sun, so imagine my reaction when I got to chat with the two people involved in the creation of the comic. (Muad’Dib was mentioned, excuse me while I fangirl a little.) If you’ve yet to pick up MULP, do yourself a favour and run to […]

MULP: Sceptre of the Sun

by Cristina Bogdanon 02/04/2014
MULP: Sceptre of the Sun is described, in the words of its creators (Matt Gibbs and Sara Dunkerton), as an anthropomorphic adventure, set in the world of mice. I expected something entirely different, given this description – perhaps something more child oriented, accessible to adults, but holding less interest for them – so I found […]