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The Daily LITG 26th October 2019 Live From MCM London Comic Con&#8230

The Daily LITG, 26th October 2019, Live From MCM London Comic Con…

London, until Sunday.Black Crown Bumper Signing + After Party. Signing with talent from Shelly Bond’s Black Crown imprint with the following in attendance:  Followed by a free after-hours party running late into the evening DJs, drinks and all manner of  Black Crown swag The party also doubles as launch night for a very special Philip[...]

The Cancellation of Marilyn Manor &#8211 and the End Of Black Crown at IDW (UPDATE)

The Cancellation of Marilyn Manor – and the End Of Black Crown at IDW (UPDATE)

Bleeding Cool has been hearing for some time there were issues between comic book publishers IDW and their imprint Black Crown run by former DC Vertigo's Shelly Bond And for another month IDW solicitations did not contain any mention of Black Crown titles.Their most recently published title, Eve Stranger is delayed Issue 3 came out[...]

Mags Visaggio and Marley Zarcone Go to Washington for 1980s Teen Comedy Marilyn Manor

Mags Visaggio and Marley Zarcone Go to Washington for 1980s Teen Comedy Marilyn Manor

Chaos and shenanigans straight out of an 80s comedy ensue, but also adventure and mystery straight out of something like The Goonies, as THR's report promises "seances, secret passageways, and time-bending mystical romps."All of that in four issues?"We’ve been trying to capture the feel, the excitement, the energy of the rise of the New Romantics,[...]

Punks Not Dead Returns for London Calling Encore in February

Punk's Not Dead Returns for London Calling Encore in February

Truly living up to its name in at least one way (punk, sadly is dead as disco), David Barnett and Martin Simmonds' Punk's Not Dead is returning to Black Crown for a second volume Dubbed Punk's Not Dead: London Calling after the original proposed title, Punk's Not Dead: Argy Bargy was rejected, the new volume was[...]

Euthanauts #2 Review: Far More Grounded Than the First Issue

Euthanauts #2 Review: Far More Grounded Than the First Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Thalia Rosewood awakens in a coffin currently being set on fire by a man named Indigo. He thought Thalia was dead and helps her out once she wakes up. Thalia goes back to her job, but Circe and Gullame, Dr. Wolfe's assistants find her at her job. Thalia freaks out, and the two […]


Euthanauts #1 Review: Going Off the Deep End of Life and Death

Euthanauts #1 Review: Going Off the Deep End of Life and Death

They talk for a moment and seem to bond, but the woman suddenly hits Thalia in the head with her oxygen tank.[caption id="attachment_895531" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Euthanauts #1 cover by Nick Robles[/caption]IDW’s Black Crown imprint continues its proud tradition of Grant Morrison-esque surrealism with the takeoff of Euthanauts #1.The comic starts fairly tame, but things take[...]

Punks Not Dead #5 Review: Dorothys Grand 1960s Adventure

Punk's Not Dead #5 Review: Dorothy's Grand 1960's Adventure

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We learn Dorothy's career from years ago. She used to be a freelance hunter of the paranormal who took frequent dips in the Fountain of Youth, but a particularly intense case aged her to look as she does now. This is when she joined up with the British government. In the present, Fergie […]

Punks Not Dead #4 Review: Instant Club Hit

Punk's Not Dead #4 Review: Instant Club Hit

On the whole, the comic looks great.Punk’s Not Dead #4 is another great installment from this Black Crown series David Barnett and Martin Simmonds have created a truly unique and compelling series here, and it earns another recommendation with this book Pick it up.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Culpepper and Asif investigate the case of the[...]

Punks Not Dead #3 Review: Crows Asking for Boys

Punk's Not Dead #3 Review: Crows Asking for Boys

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Natalie confronts Fergie about their shared dream, and she's not especially happy about it. Fergie and Sid continue to explore their abilities together. Culpepper and Asif continue to investigate the rise in supernatural happenings around London. People are dancing in the streets. Punk's Not Dead #3 shows how hard this book is looking […]


Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

Kid Lobotomy #6 Review: Too Surreal for its Own Good

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] I'm not even sure where to start with the plot of this one. Kid Lobotomy has a flashback to a time when he saw Big Daddy beat a man to death over a disagreement about a book. Kid runs away, and we return to the present where he is given guidance by a […]

Punks Not Dead #2 Review: God Save the Queen She Aint a Human Being

Punk's Not Dead #2 Review: God Save the Queen? She Ain't a Human Being

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Fergie has some graphic dreams about a girl in his class. Later, he and Sid continue to get along, learn more about why they're stuck together, and the bizarre powers Fergie exhibited in the schoolyard fight. Elsewhere, Culpepper and her new partner try to oust a political ghost. Punk's Not Dead #2 continues […]

Assassinistas #3 Review: Clunky Plotting and Subpar Artwork Snuffing Out Good Ideas

Assassinistas #3 Review: Clunky Plotting and Subpar Artwork Snuffing Out Good Ideas

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Roz has trouble keeping up with the kid, and Octavia, Dominic, and Taylor struggle through a forest full of Roz's deathtraps just to survive the night. Dominic is forced to shoot someone, and Octavia and Taylor help him through it. Above all else, Assassinistas #3 is quirky. It has one dangerous assassin in […]


Punks Not Dead #1 Review: An Ironically Lively Comic

Punk's Not Dead #1 Review: An Ironically Lively Comic

Of course, that last part may yet prove to be a boon.[caption id="attachment_801731" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Punk's Not Dead #1 cover by Martin Simmonds[/caption]Punk’s Not Dead #1 is a very promising opening for this new IDW Black Crown series The premise is unique, challenging, and has the anarchy bug in a time where everyone could probably[...]

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

 A failed rockstar/successful madman gets one last chance to prove his worth—and regain his sanity—by turning the hotel that was once his childhood sanctuary into a lucrative business despite a host of obstacles including seductive shapeshifters, dead literary heroes and Kid’s own sister, who would love nothing more than to see him fail miserably. “A giddy[...]


Black Crown: Details On Shelly Bonds New IDW Imprint

Black Crown: Details On Shelly Bond's New IDW Imprint

IDW has given us some more information on Black Crown, the new Shelly Bond imprint they will be curating The new line of books will be home to creative talents like Peter Milligan, Tess Fowler, Tini Howard, and Gilbert Hernandez.Milligan and Fowler will debut the imprints first title, Kid Lobotomy, in October Then Howard and[...]