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BOOM! Shares First Look at Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose's Alienated #1

BOOM! Shares First Look at Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose's Alienated #1

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has released a first look preview of Alienated #1, the new series from writer Si Spurrier and artist Chris Wildgoose launching this February The comic has essentially the same plot of the 1987 film Three Men and a Baby, except that instead of Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson, it's[...]


BOOM! Announces Alienated from Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose at NYCC

BOOM! Announces Alienated from Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose at NYCC

At New York Comic Con today, explosive publisher BOOM! Studios announced a new series by writer Simon Spurrier and artist Chris Wildgoose called Alienated, described as "a subversive coming-of-age story about having all the power to change the world but the unready hands to truly wield it." The first issue is due to hit stores[...]

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Batgirl #14 Review: The Mad Hatter Holds A Grudge

He sometimes comes off as too stiff, while Batgirl is more flexible with her personality.Chris Wildgoose's pencils are great The characters are a bit on the cartoonish side, but it works in their favor Batgirl is utterly charming, even when she's kicking ass or being serious The attention to detail in the backgrounds is also[...]

The Pride Releases a Call for Artists

The Pride recently enjoyed a massively successful Kickstarter to fund a collection of the first volume of stories, and the first issue was one of ComiXology Submit's Top 25 Titles of 2014.[caption id="attachment_605773" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Gavin Mitchell[/caption]But the time has come to keep moving forward, and Bleeding Cool are very kindly allowing me[...]

Return to Burnside – Batgirl #7 Review

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_603789" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Chris Wildgoose & Mat Lopes[/caption]Batgirl #7 sees the titular character return to Burnside, the new region of Gotham that was more hip, young and modern, and was the site of the incredibly well-received re-imagining of Batgirl by Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr.When the DC Rebirth rolled[...]

The Top UK Indie Comics Of 2015 – From Porcelain To Pantheon

PORCELAIN: BONE CHINA by Benjamin Read & Chris WildgooseThis is the second volume in the series of Porcelain graphic novels, the first being Porcelain: A Gothic Fairytale I picked that one up a year or two ago and thought it was fantastic: wonderfully written and realised and with some truly stunning artwork It was this[...]

Closing The Gate After The Butterfly Has Bolted

Looked at another way, as Adi so eloquently discussed with Doctor Who, they’re about arming children to deal with death in particular and adult life in general.Butterfly Gate can take a place next to all of those books because, once again, Improper Books have published something extraordinary.Written by Benjamin Read and drawn by Chris Wildgoose,[...]

Selling Comics at Thought Bubble 2013 – Sunday

Formed in 2009 by Benjamin Read, Laura Trinder and Chris Wildgoose, Improper Books are currently the UK’s finest export when it comes to comics Look them up There’s no other way to describe the impact that Improper Books have had on UK comics than to tell you that they appeared to come out of nowhere,[...]

Porcelain's Book Trailer As Carefully Crafted As The Book

It's perfectly realized, and expanded on, by Chris Wildgoose's art too, the incredibly clean lines reminiscent of the Rupert the Bear annuals I grew up with just with a lot more darkness beneath the surface It's an amazing book, and with it being offered through Previews shortly, Improper have released a rather lovely book trailer[...]

Porcelain Offered By Diamond In July, Thanks To Improper Behaviour

Written by Benjamin Read with art by Chris Wildgoose, Andre May and Alexa Rosa and letters by Jim Campbell, it was initially offered for sale through Page 45 and the branches of Travelling Man Porcelain has now sold out at the printers and the only copies left are any the stores have left.It's no surprise[...]