2009



Peter David And X-Factor Travel To 2009

Peter David And X-Factor Travel To 2009

I never, EVER, allow someone's stated opinions to impact on whether I support his work so long as those opinions don't transform the work itself into something that I have no desire to support. The dust settled, people moved on with their lives and Shadow Complex has all but been largely forgotten since its 2009 release,[...]


Fifty Trades Of Gray &#8211 The Top Selling Graphic Novels Of June 2012

Fifty Trades Of Gray – The Top Selling Graphic Novels Of June 2012

And Fatale, written by Ed Brubaker outselling the first New52 collection of the Catwoman collection he used to write, may do similar...But it's Marvel's lack of play, with nothing in the top ten, and beaten by two Dynamite books, that really sticks out... 1. WALKING DEAD TP VOL 16 A LARGER WORLD (MR) $14.99 IMAGE COMICS 2. LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN:[...]

Saturday Runaround &#8211  All Day All Night All Alan Moore

Saturday Runaround – All Day, All Night, All Alan Moore

This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on. They say I am a work in progress. The fools. Minimum Carnage | Spider-Man | News | Marvel.com Find out more […]


League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009: The Bleeding Cool Review

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009: The Bleeding Cool Review

But The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Century 2009 is so much more.. and for those who feel media coverage has spoiled this book at all, I disagree completely I'd read everything, yet going in I found acres of surprise - and an amazing, wonderful and awe inspiring finale Which I am most definitely not going[...]

More From That League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Review

More From That League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Review

And so it was with Laura Sneddon's first review of The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 2009 that caused quite the commotion Here is an expanded and extended section of that review, courtesy of Sneddon, placing the writer, the book, and the characters within a greater context. Alan Moore is perhaps the greatest comic writer of[...]



A New Image From League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009 &#8211 And A Signing

A New Image From League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009 – And A Signing

League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009 is coming.You can read a preview of the comic here.. although the image above is new Which appears to show Prospero reaching out to Orlando from his red/blue glasses 3D Blazing World, with Hyde and Peter Pan, as seen in The Black Dossier.And you can get both the newly-distributed-in-the-UK[...]

Preview: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009

Preview: League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century 2009

Here are some early looks at the upcoming League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 2009 by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill to be published in June I've tried to summon my inner Jess Nevins.. do feel free to join in.A rusted ruined Martain ship from the Martian invasion of Earth, in LOEG II The Treens Out[...]

Rich Johnstons Dance Card At San Diego Comic Con 2009

Rich Johnston's Dance Card At San Diego Comic Con 2009

Okay, a bunch of you have asked what I'm up to at San Diego. Here is my dance card, bookmark it if you want, email me to add your own. Then bookmark this page and I'll add updates. I feel like having a Little Bleeders Breakfast on the Thursday,  Friday and Saturday, say. If you're […]

San Diego Comic Con 2099 Take On Touts By Beating Them At Their Own Game

San Diego Comic Con 2099 Take On Touts By Beating Them At Their Own Game

I recently ran a story showing how people have been selling tickets to San Diego Comic Con for over $600 on eBay. It looks like Comic Con have stepped up and have been selling a limited amount of tickets on eBay for cover price. Which has destroyed the tout market overnight. Unless of course touts […]

San Diego Dreaming: How Much

San Diego Dreaming: How Much????

This seems to be the new way to make a little money. Buy a four day pass to SanDiego for under $100. Sit on it for a month. Then, after it's been sold out, slap it on eBay and see it go for an outrageous amount. $610 folks. Is that too much to pay? Well, […]