Tag Archives: Alan Moore

Judge Dredd Takes On Mega-City Two

Official Press Release San Diego, CA (December 10, 2013) – This January, duty calls Judge Dredd to the West Coast, in the destructive new miniseries Mega-City Two: City of Courts! After entering a partnership with Rebellion/2000 AD, IDW has explored Dredd’s past in Year One, and taken him “Into the Cursed Earth” in his ongoing […]

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IDW TO PUBLISH ARTIST’S EDITIONS OF JACK KIRBY’S NEW GODS AND DAVE GIBBONS’ WATCHMEN

Official Press Release San Diego, CA (October 12, 2013) – IDW Publishing dropped a bombshell today, announcing two blockbuster Artist’s Editions produced under license from DC Entertainment. And these offerings are truly blockbusters—Jack Kirby‘s New Gods Artist’s Edition and Dave Gibbons‘ Watchmen Artifact Edition. For the first time ever, readers will be able to see up […]

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Portuguese-language version of Judge Dredd Megazine to debut in Brazil next week

Official Press Release It’s been available on Pluto and throughout the Kuiper Belt since 1977, but for the first time legendary British comic book 2000 AD is to be published in Brazil. Juiz Dredd Megazine is a new six-issue weekly Portugueselanguage series, reprinting strips from both 2000 AD and its monthly sister comic, Judge Dredd […]

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From Indie Rocker to Indie Comic Creator, an Interview with Mike Morrison

What got me excited about interviewing Mike Morrison was this phrase, Post-Apocalyptic Noir . Sounds intriguing doesn’t it, y’know Mad Max meets Double Indemnity. Well then, Secrets in the Ashes is for you.  In our chat, I learned that Mike has had some interesting life experiences which make him well suited to write dystopian psychedelic crime […]

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2000 AD Makes Me Jealous of Europe

I haven’t looked at an issue of 2000 AD in years and that pretty much makes me stupid.  It’s a brilliant (used that particular word for my British friends) magazine with true comic book zeal and an obvious interest in telling a diverse range of unique and well-crafted stories.  Yeah, it kinda gets crazy sometimes with […]

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A Fans Perspective, an Interview with Jeremy Travis

I’ve been interviewing independent comic creators and artists for a few months. It’s been great, I’ve met incredible people that I plan to work with now or in the near future. However, I wanted to step back and get a fans view of this crazy indie comic world (plus a look at the mainstream). I […]

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Wednesday Knight’s Haul – 08.22.2012

I had the comic book junkie itch to buy books. But the only pre-order that came in today was Swamp Thing. And while I’m excited about the idea of comparing the newest Swamp Thing trade with the Alan Moore Saga of the Swamp Thing trade that I’ve been slowly cruising through, it just did not […]

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