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Pete Townshend & The Who's Life House Includes Amazing Graphic Novel
The 172-page hardback book and Life House – The Graphic Novel, by James Harvey, David Hine, Mick Gray and Max Prentis. will be sold through Tower Records. Published by Rockbox Studios, Life House: A Graphic Novel By The Who, will see a special limited run signed by Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, limited to a thousand copies[...]
The Launch of Mark Stafford's Salmonella Smorgasbord
This week he launched the book at the London Cartoon Museum, with all sorts of folk in attendance, Garth Ennis, Roger Langridge, Oscar Zarate, Jason Atomic, Lucy Sullivan, Tim Pilcher, Ed Ilya, Paul Gravett, Tony Bennett, Jess Kemp, Zoom Rockman, David Hine, Rian Hughes and more, to celebrate Martl's glossy-papered achievement.  Here is his three-minute[...]
Bookery Gallerie
Cebulski to Spanish artist Oscar Zarate to comic creators such as David Hine, Jason Atomic, Sarah Gordon and Chris Geary, were joined by Paul Gravett, Gosh Comics, the Cartoon Museum,  Kirk cosplayers and more, filling the corridors, staircases, nooks and crannies that make up the Bookery Gallerie The venue also brought out creatives and culture[...]
Mark Stafford Presents All About The Ink! in London Next Month
Ane next month he is opening All About The Ink! a new exhibition of comic book artwork – some of it his, but mostly many other people  – including Rachael Ball, Hunt Emerson, Lucy Sullivan, Bryan Talbot, Krent Able, Ed Pinsent, Sarah Gordon, John Paul Milne, Rob Davis, Jason Atomic, Sean Azzopardi, Oscar Zarate, Fraser[...]
British Comics' Best Kept Secret, Mark Stafford, Has Something For You
He tells me "I spent a fair chunk of my life under lockdown digging out old files and scanning art, restoring some stories and completing others and putting them all into some kind of order that makes sense to me." Mark Stafford's Salmonella Smorgasbord "So it contains my small press comics, contributions to anthologies, unpublished gems, beer[...]
David Hine, Brian Haberlin Create Jules Verne’s Lighthouse From Image
Creative team behind The Marked and Sonata, David Hine and Brian Haberlin, are back again this April with artist Geirrod Van Dyke and an all-new comic book from Image Comics/Shadowline, Jules Verne's Lighthouse. Set on the high seas of space, and based upon the work of master storyteller Jules Verne, this five-issue science fiction miniseries will[...]
50 New Paintings by Mark Stafford as Cartoon Museum Bonuses
Onwards!'" The Bad Bad Place original paintings by Mark Stafford. Writer David Hine said, "In November of last year, the recently reopened Cartoon Museum hosted our launch of The Bad Bad Place Then the Bastard Virus arrived and now the museum is fighting for survival Mark has done wonders with his sell-out limited edition sketches from The[...]
The Daily LITG, 20th March 2020, Happy Birthday David Hine
Kong": The Heart of the Story is About Two Young Girls Eric Stephenson, Publisher of Image Comics, Challenges Marvel and DC Over Coronavirus Long Read: An "Extinction Event" for the Comic Shop or "Too Stupid to Quit, Too Dumb to Die"? Ubisoft Releases The "Just Dance 2020" Song List One year ago… Confirmed: Jonathan Hickman's New Marvel Comic Begins in[...]
Amongst 500 Pages of the New Previews, Spider-Man Noir Creator's Bad Bad Place is Hiding...
Soaring Penguin are the publishers of David Hine and Mark Stafford's The Bad, Bad Place.  It is an amazing comedic, horrific creation, with roots in The Addams Family and The BoJeffries Saga, but from an outsiders point of view, more like the approach of Twin Peaks, but in a run-down part of Britain, somewhere in[...]
Brian Haberlin co-writer on Sonata and co-writer/artist on The Marked comic book series from Image Comics, posted the following news: Television deals set for Sonata and The Marked… both with amazing places! I wish I could say more and with whom but can't just yet. Don't worry, Brian, that's more than enough. Sonata, by Brian Haberlin, David Hine[...]
Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38
Anything you can do to entertain them will also be welcomed. The London Film And Comic-Con will be at the Olympia exhibition hall near Earl's Court and Brompton Park. Joining me at the show are Marv Wolfman, Tommy Yune, Andy Diggle, Geoff Senior, Rantz Hoseley, Simon Furman, Jessica Martin, Ben Templesmith, Will Simpson, Amrit Birdi, Paul Cornell,[...]
Talking Second Sight, Dark Tones, DC And Marvel With Creator David Hine
Was art your main interest back then, or had you wanted to write stories too? David Hine: I always wanted to write stories I was eight years old when I wrote my first novel and was banging them out for a while: a science fiction story, a western, an historic thriller, a mystery I liked to[...]
Preview: David Hine And Albert Ponticelli's Second Sight Debuts Next Week…
A couple of looks at two Aftershock Comics titles out next week… The debut of Second Sight #1 by David Hine and Albert Ponticelli Ray Pilgrim knows how to get inside a killer's head Getting in is the easy part… 20 years ago, Ray Pilgrim became a celebrity when he discovered his unique ability to see through the[...]
With 2 Hours To Go, Broken Frontier Kickstarter Goes To The Wire…. (UPDATE)
Can a last minute Bleeding Cool bump put it over the edge?  A 250-page hardcover colour anthology of comics with 45 contributors including David Hine, Mark Stafford, Greg Pak, Karrie Fransman, Alison Sampson, Cullen Bunn, Phil Hester, INJ Culbard, Josh Fialkov, Fred Van Lente, Nathan Fox, Tom Raney and more. Can they make it? UPDATE: Well, that seemed to do[...]
In Stores This Week From Avatar Press: Crossed: Badlands #74 And God Is Dead #31
Avatar Press has two new books hitting comic shelves this week with Crossed: Badlands #74 concluding the David Hine storyline about a Japanese cosplay convention during the C-Day outbreak and God is Dead #31 with a new chapter in the book of the divine being opened Both have some very cool covers to choose from. Crossed:[...]
A Look Inside Witchblade #181 By David Hine And Gabriel Rearte
In stores next week from Top Cow is Witchblade #181 by David Hine, Gabriel Rearte and Betsy Gonia It's the second part of the Darkness Falls storyline. Also in stores is Witchblade: Borne Again Volume 1 which collects issues 170-174 by Ron Marz and Laura Braga So this is a good time for you to get[...]
The Death Of Jackie Estacado – Preview For Witchblade #180
In stores this week from Top Cow is Witchblade #180 by writer David Hine and artist Gabriel Rearte… in a story called The Death Of Jackie Estacado. WITCHBLADE #180 STORY: David Hine ART: Gabriel Rearte COVERS: Dale Keown and Stjepan Sejic DARKNESS FALLS IN WITCHBLADE!  In another life Jackie Estacado was Sara Pezzini's lover and the father of her[...]
New Crossed: Badlands And God Is Dead This Week From Avatar Press
We have two new books hitting the comic shelves from Avatar Press, Crossed: Badlands #71 witht the return of writer David Hine and and God Is Dead #28. Crossed: Badlands #71 David Hine returns with a tale that rips open a fresh bloody wound in the Crossed universe as he takes us back to Japan When a group[...]
Comic Stores – Do Not Miss Out On Meanwhile #2
Featuring the return of Gary Spencer Millidge's Strangehaven and the debut of David Hine and Mark Stafford's The Bad Bad Place, it made an immediate impression on me and I was happy to include it in the Top 11 Best Comics Of 2014. IN 2015 however, it is making its way to the USA The first[...]
Avatar Solicitations For March 2014 From Alan Moore, Garth Ennis, Kieron Gillen, Justin Jordan, David Hine, Mike Costa And More
Available with Regular and Wraparound covers from series artist German Erramouspe, sultry Siren cover from Christian Zanier, a Fully-Painted Deity cover by Michael DiPascale, and a special Nightmare Retailer Order Incentive cover also by Zanier. DARK GODS #5 WRAPAROUND COVER $3.99 Writer: Justin Jordan Cover & Art: German Erramouspe MR, Color, 32 pages, ongoing DARK GODS #5 SIREN COVER $3.99 Writer: Justin Jordan Cover:[...]
The Return Of Meanwhile And The Return Of Strangehaven, Reviewed
There is also The Bad Bad Place, a continuing series by David Hine and Mark Stafford, their first collaboration since the astoundingly good The Man Who Laughs There's also 10 Minutes by Yuko Rabbit, Melody Baker by Chris Geary, Heavy by Sally Jane Thompson and the winners of the British Library Comics Unmasked Competition. So what[...]
Storm Dogs Volume 2 Coming From David Hine And Doug Braithwaite
I bumped into David Hine on the Dockland Light Railway platform heading into yesterday's MCM London Expo, laden down as he was with comics to sell – including his signed script-with-a-signed-comic innovative way for writers to, basically, do what artists do at comic conventions. He also told me of his current plans and some work on[...]
David Hine And Mark Stafford Launch The Bad Bad Place, For Meanwhile
You should be too. David Hine you may know from his X-Men, Darkness, Storm Dogs, Batman work – he created the French Islamic Nightrunner who caused such a fuss and now seems to have been forgotten about He also wrote and drew Strange Embrace decades ago – and wrote The Man Who Laughs with Mark Stafford. And[...]
Selling Comics at Thought Bubble 2013 – Sunday
Criminally, Wijngaard is rarely credited on the front cover of the T Pubs comics, but he's clearly a great talent that will explode when one of the big publishers notices the quality and consistency of his dynamic art. [The mighty Storm Dogs] In the far corner of New Dock Hall were a couple of comic creators with[...]
Ennis, Gage, Hickman, Hine And More – Avatar Press December Solicitations
Garth Ennis shows the world is going to the dogs, David Hine ends Gore Angels story but Crossed gets a new Daniel Way and a seventh trade, Christos Gage finds a Happy Kitty, Jonathan Hickman rolls out the End of Days, Max Brooks' parade goes to all out war, Kieron Gillen ups the arms race, and[...]