Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Looks like a great week to be a Doctor Who fan!
First, on Wednesday, you can pick up one of several Who comics, including #8 of the ongoing (Preview), our extra-sized Annual 2011, or the 100 Penny Press edition of #1 for only $1. Or treat yourself and grab them all as Robot 6 suggests!
And to top the week off, the series returns to television this weekend! See below for a special preview of the next episode "Let's Kill Hitler," courtesy of BBC!
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
|Cover art by Gonzalo Flores|
Long time, no update!
San Diego Comic-Con landing a mighty blow to my schedule, and I'm hard at work behind the scenes on some fantastic new projects announced at the show: 30 Days on Night ongoing with Steve Niles and Sam Kieth, Nile's and Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein Alive, Alive!, H.P. Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror by Joe Lansdale, Tim and Ben Truman's Hawken, and a new comic based on the Magic: The Gathering card game. Whew!
I aim to be better about updating this blog with information on these upcoming comics along with the normal programming of Dungeons & Dragons and Doctor Who.
In other news, due to technical difficulties many of our books due to ship this week will be slipping into the next couple of weeks. Check out the updated shipping list in the sidebar to the right. Next week will see the debut of our Drizzt Do'Urden comic by novelist R.A. Salvatore and his son Geno, not to mention Doctor Who #8, which wraps up the "Worlds Collide" story arc.
Okay, I'm off to dive into some scripts and proposals. See you in the funny pages!
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
The new Doctor Who miniseries A Fairytale Life arrives in stores next Wednesday. Written by Matt Sturges, Eisner Award-nominated writer of Jack of Fables, spins this yarn, featuring covers by Mark Buckingham of Miracleman and Fables fame. Kelly Yates, of Doctor Who: The Forgotten, handles the art chores.
See below for the preview.
See below for the preview.
Monday, January 24, 2011
An ancient evil rises and once again threatens the Realms, and only a motley band of adventures can stop it. A surly dwarf warrior and his benevolent centaur companion, a gladiator who survived the arena, a fallen paladin, and a timid half-elf must somehow find a way to work together if the Realms are going to survive the coming darkness.
This action-packed volume collects the first eight issues of the fan-favorite series by writers Michael Fleisher, Dan Mishkin, and artist Jan Duursema. With an all-new cover by Duursema, colored by Joana Lafuente, of IDW's Transformers.
Printed from the original film, this full-color 200+ page trade paperback will retail for $19.99.
What’s better: an ugly reality or beautiful fantasy? This is the question the Doctor is forced to confront in a medieval fantasy world where Amy finds herself reluctantly cast as a damsel in distress.
Matt Sturges, Eisner Award-nominated writer of Jack of Fables, spins this yarn, featuring covers by Mark Buckingham of Miracleman and Fables fame. Also, ask your retailer how to get the rare cover by Amy Mebberson (Monsters Inc. and The Muppet Show)!
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Also out today is the third issue of our new Dungeons & Dragons series, with more fun and games from John Rogers and Andrea Di Vito with covers by Tyler Walpole, Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash) and Di Vito. This issue includes the character sheet for Varis for you elf-loving gamers out there.
Check out The Buy Pile review here.
The day has finally arrived! The first issue of the new Doctor Who ongoing lands in stores today!
The Doctor and his companions Amy and Rory encounter holograms and intergalactic mercenaries with an entire planet at stake.
Join series writer Tony Lee, artist Andrew Currie (The Ultimates), and colorist Charlie Kirchoff for "Spam Filtered," featuring a cover by series cover artist Tommy Lee Edwards and a photo cover in a 50/50 split. Also, ask your retailer about variant covers including the TARDIS gatefold cover by Kelly Yates and one by Mark Buckingham (Fables, Miracleman). Hastings also has an exclusive cover to round out your collection.
Check out the preview here.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Find a preview here. And reviews from Major Spoilers and Comic Book Resources.
Also, check out this interview with Alex Irvine on Comic Book Resources.