The forthcoming Warhammer TV series will be based around the Eisenhorn Warhammer 40K series, and Audible UK has just dropped the price of book one to £3.
The main character is Inquisitor Gregor Eisenhorn who, with a team of investigators, will take on the aliens, heretics and daemons to try and save humanity from doom.
At the time of writing, there are 168 Warhammer audiobooks at Audible. That’s incredible.
Prog 2015, due out April 3rd, shows alien immigrants from the strip ‘Grey Area’ sneaking through a familiar looking fence.
Following on from the success of Titan Comics partnership with Hammer Horror at The Mummy: Palimpset a second title has been announced. Captain Kronos is a legendary vampire hunter and in the first series he and his assistants Grost and Carla have to investigate a deadly vampure plague deep in Eastern Europe. Written by Dan […]
Set in 2137, that’s 15 years after Alien, the first-person survival horror Alien: Isolation is kind of a big deal. This is one of those games that begin to merge with the movie experience. The BBC featured it and the team’s approach to the creativity on the project. The interview included a chat with Sigourney […]
Dan Abnett’s 2000 AD series “Kingdom” is an action-packed comic book series in which genetically created dog-soldiers defend the Antarctic from mutant insect horrors. It’s a post-apocalyptic future that explores loyalty, nature and nurture as well as the sense of belonging but is very much a blood soaked action drama in fitting with the best […]
Welcome to the first issue of Irregular Reconnaissance. This section of the blog acts as a quick fire series of reviews. Okay, it’s a way to sound off about the comics we’ve been reading and what we think. Full reviews tend to focus on big issues, first issues, last issues or complete series runs. The […]
NBCUniversal have signed a license deal with Dynamite Entertainment to bring the classic Battlestar Galactica crew back to life in a new comic book series. The new Battlestar Galactica will be helmed by the British writing partnership of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning. The two have worked together before on projects like Nova and The […]
This is a review of Magic: An Anthology of the Esoteric and Arcane that’s coming out of Solaris towards the end of this month. The collection has been edited by Solaris’ editor-in-chief, author of Twilight of Kerberos: The Call of Kerberos, Jonathan Oliver. Jonathan Oliver is not to be mistaken with Jon Oliver, the escapologist […]