Posts tagged with "Comics"
Issue 46 of MyM, the official magazine of MCM Comic Con, is out now! Featuring an interview with Chloë Grace Moretz for The 5th Wave, a look ahead at the near-future virtual reality video games and an in-depth look at Oscar’s treatment of fantasy fare!
It seems an awful long time since we ran our ‘Music Special’ (it was Issue 38, back in May 2015!), but even then our big cover splash was for anime show Nadia: The Secret...
Webcomics will be the hot topics, with contributions from webcomic pioneer Tapastic, this coming Sunday on #ComicTalk, the Twitter forum for comic creators and comic fans interested in the creation of comics.
#ComicTalk’s webcomics special is aimed at exploring the format, meeting the creators and gaining exposure for the many talented artists who often create new pages for fans on a weekly basis.
“I’ve wanted to do this webcomic special...
After the little teaser at the end of last week AMC has now released the full trailer for its highly anticipated adaptation of Garth Ennis darkly humorous horror comic Preacher. And while Dominic Cooper looks fine as Custer, the Preacher of the title (though his beard and hair looks a little too nicely sculptured as opposed to the guy’s stubble and mop in the comics), it’s a few brief shots of the ever-bonkers Joe Gilgun (This Is England,...
The first footage from the forthcoming AMC Preacher TV series, exec produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, has debuted online, in advance of a full trailer set to air in the States during The Walking Dead on Sunday. It’s brief, but so, so tantalising. Dominic Cooper stars as the preacher of the title, Custer, alongside Joseph Gilgun as the vampire Cassidy and Ruth Negga as his gun-toting ex-girlfriend Tulip. The series is set to air in mid-2016.
Putting the comics into comic con – a visual guide to the sequential art at this weekend’s MCM London Comic Con. Video created by Southampton Solent University.
Check out our other great videos from this weekend’s London MCM Comic Con:
• VIDEO Games at a Glance: MCM London Comic Con October 2015
• MCM London Comic Con: The Trailer
• Collectable At A Glance
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DC Entertainment’s DC All Access team has released an official breakdown – with character histories and extra information – of the Suicide Squad trailer that premiered at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. It works as the prefect “beginner’s guide” if this slightly more obscure element of the DC universe is little more than a name to you. Enjoy!
Suicide Squad is due for release in August 2016.
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Urban werewolves organised into criminal gangs will be the centre of attention in a new pilot show ordered by the USA Network in the States – Brooklyn Animal Control.
The show is based on an IDW comic about a secret subdivision of the NYPD that serves as a social services for the city’s werewolves. “Social services” is a bit of a euphemism, however. They’re not concerned with distemper or mange. The werewolves have formed into a criminal...
Ribs were tickled, bellies were busted and chortles were had on the Vidfest stage in the Cyanide & Happiness Panel featuring co-creator, writer, actor, animator and producer Rob Denbleyker. The panel took its audience through the growth of the hugely popular web comics, from stick figures to animated shorts, showing exclusive clips from their video vault and a few fan favourites to top it off. Their YouTube channel houses over 120 videos and...
With MCM London Comic Con just hours away, it’s worth bringing to your attention just one of the fantastic comic book artists who will be a part of the ever growing and ever busy Comic Village.
With over 20 years in the business, artist Lee Townsend has done it all, from advertising and books, to comics, animation and film.
Not only has he drawn for the big two in the comics world, as well as others, he has also worked with the big hitters in...
Released late on Friday to celebrate the 75th birthday (Happy Birthday Mr J) of this iconic DC villain, Suicide Squad director David Ayer has finally given us a look at the Joker (Jared Leto) from the upcoming movie.
The Suicide Squad wishes you a Happy Anniversary Mr. J! #Joker75 #SuicideSquad @WarnerBrosEnt @DCComics pic.twitter.com/LZXz0x947Q
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) April 25, 2015
The character keeps some of his trademark features such...