Writers include Alan Moore, Mark Millar, Gail Simone, Kate Leth and Grant Morrison with stories ranging from Vampirella: Hollywood Horror to Vampirella Masters Series.
Humble Bundle currently offers $349 worth of Heavy Metal downloadable, multi-format, DRM-free comics from the series. The starting tier is under a quid.
The anthology pays tribute to the landmark 1987 album and celebrates the band’s 40th anniversary.
DC Comics reps have declined to comment on the story so far. Time will tell.
2000 AD have teamed up with Hachette Partworks to produce a new fortnightly collection of Judge Dredd stories. The idea is that you subscribe online at JudgeDreddCollection.com and gain access to free exclusive gifts. There are, for example, six specially commissioned artwork pieces available to subscribers. Issue #1 will be out in newsagents in the […]
Grant Morrison won’t be doing Superman any more. He’s the writer who took the new look Superman, jeans, t-shirts and boots, from the New 52 and made progress from there. Needless to say fans, many of whom liked the approach, were worried when he said issue #16 would be the last. Last week, on their […]
Dinosaurs Vs Aliens is a comic by Grant Morrison and Mukesh Singh. That’s the same Grant Morrison who writes for Superman, Batman and others. It’s the same Mukesh Singh who’s worked on Guy Ritchie’s Gamekeeper and who worked with Grant Morrison on 18 Days.
Take this leak with a pinch of salt. Don’t dismiss the pictures as fake – not that type of salt. Take the fact that this is a “leak” with a pinch of salt. These images come from Buzzfeed, as a sample, where Gavon Laessig straight up admits that the site was invited to take the […]
Like the post title? Don’t get me wrong – the real schmuck is the one hurling insults around; not Morrison. There’s a panel in Action Comics #1, the new one, that’s upset some people who like to project their religious views on to other people. While protecting their views, calling Grant Morrison a Scottish schmuck, […]
At the start of the year, it was announced that Grant Morrison (JLA, The Invisibles, Batman and Robin, We3) would be writing a Wonder Woman book later in the year, as soon as the artist he wants is finished with his current project for Marvel.