Posts Tagged ‘kieron gillen’

The Read Pile – The GP comics blog

by Andy Haighon 16/02/2016
Greetings dear readers and welcome to the inaugural instalment of The Read Pile the new semi-regular blog all about sequential art. The Read Pile will feature myself ( you can find more of my random utterings on Twitter @Wolverinesclaws) and various others from the rogues gallery that is GP discussing what we’ve read recently, what’s […]

5 Things to Check Out at LSCC 2015

by Laura Maieron 10/02/2015
LSCC 2015 is just over a month away and OH MY GOSH MY COSPLAYS ARE SO NOT READY OH NO– wait, back on topic. So I know there have been a couple of cons already this year, but LSCC will be the first one I’m going to this year. And I haven’t been to a […]

Uber Special #1

by Andy Haighon 18/04/2014
Kieron Gillen’s Uber has been going for almost a year now and, as the writer points out in his afterword in this special, there’s been lots of generals and leaders stood around maps planning the latest move in the on-going war effort. The implications of these for the boots on the ground have been the […]

Top Indie Comics of 2013: Pulp Thrills, Surprise Powers and Intelligent Horror

by Andy Haighon 31/12/2013
2013 has seen a lot of things happening in the world of comics, with both DC and Marvel launching new titles whilst others have been cancelled. There’s been various events too from DC’s Trinity War to Marvel’s X-Men Battle of the Atom . In a different corner of the comics world far removed from the […]

Melksham Comic Con is almost here!

by Andy Haighon 04/07/2013
Geek Pride official and proud sponsor is pleased to announce that Melksham Comic Con is back! The indie convention is run by passionate fan and comic store owner Hayley Spencer, in a small town in the heart of Wiltshire,. Thanks to the help of numerous supporters Melksham Comic Con 2013 is going to be even […]

Űber #0 – 10 GPPs

by Laura Maieron 21/04/2013
My local comic book shop sold out in three days, copies are selling on ebay for ten times their original sale price, and unbelievably, it’s not even issue one yet- all this furore is over the 51-page epic prologue issue zero.  To say that Kieron Gillen’s Űber has caused a stir would be an understatement. […]