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Writer To Writer – Del Col And McCreery Talks Holmes Vs Houdini
Christina Blanch, writer of The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood #2, talks with Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col about Sherlock Holmes vs Harry Houdini #2, both on sale Nov 12 CHRISTINA BLANCH: How much research did you have to do regarding the photographic method the killer used? Or is that even real? You made it seem[...]
Writer To Writer – Christina Blanch Talks Charlie Wormwood
Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery, writers of Sherlock Holmes vs Harry Houdini #2, talks with Christina Blanch about The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood #2, both on sale Nov 12 ANTHONY DEL COL & CONOR McCREERY: The trope of the financially put-upon hero making a bad choice because of money needs is a classic one, but[...]
Holmes Vs Houdini Creators Go To London Comic Con And Issue 2 Process Art
Harry Houdini was well received. Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery were on hand to meet fans and sign copies of the new series The third photo down are of actual descendants of Harry Houdini. And we have some process art for Sherlock Holmes vs Harry Houdini #2 with art by Carlos Furuzono and[...]
Exclusive First Look At Sherlock Holmes Vs. Harry Houdini #1
Harry Houdini #1 by the Kill Shakespeare writing team of Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery with art by Carlos Furuzono and covers by John Cassaday, Aaron Campbell and Colton Worley. The world's most famous detective meets the world's most famous magician… and death ensues! Famed detective Sherlock Holmes and brash showman Harry Houdini must combine[...]
New Kill Shakespeare: The Mask Of Night This June
A lot of the talk lately has been about the Kill Shakespeare board game… well, now we can talk about the comic again as IDW has announced Kill Shakespeare: The Mask Of Night coming this June. "We're excited to announce The Mask of Night, our pirate adventure," says series co-creator, Anthony Del Col, "Not only does it include[...]
Mr. Smylie Goes to Dubai: Reflections on Middle East Film & Comic-Con
Two indoor floors and a larger outdoor festival area made up the main convention area, with outdoor tent pavilions for the panels and art workshops and a discreetly hidden beer garden (Dubai is officially a dry city in deference to Islamic traditions but alcohol is widely available through hotel bars). John Rhys-Davies, the irrepressible Max Landis,[...]