The Fighting American is kept busy by his handlers while Speedboy causes national controversy about the practices of the FA. Does it make for a good read?
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As you can see, the Judge Dredd Megazine has mecha-farm animals. 2000 AD PROGS 2071-2074 2071 on sale 7 March 2018 2072 on sale 14 March 2018 2073 on sale 21 March 2018 2074 on sale 28 March 2018 Blazing SF action from the Eisner-nominated UK anthology! The storylines for Judge Dredd, Bad Company, Brass Sun, Savage and ABC Warriors all wrap up[...]
Unfortunately, Fighting American is dead on arrival by not gauging an audience. It’s for no one, and it feels like a waste of a Simon and Kirby property.
Check it out below, and get your patriotism on this October with The Fighting American #1. FIGHTING AMERICAN #1 Writer: Gordon Rennie Artist: Duke Mighten FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On sale: October 11, 2017 The Cold War superhero returns – originally launched in 1954 by the creators of Captain America, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby! When the 1950s heroes find[...]
Tickets have sold out, but Bleeding Cool will be there to help you experience the show, even if you can't make it. Guests: Abigail Ryder, Al Ewing, Alan Barnes, Alan Grant, Alec Worley, Andrew Currie, Andy Diggle, Annie Parkhouse, Arthur Ranson, Ben Oliver, Ben Willsher, Boo Cook, Carlos Ezquerra, Charlie Adlard, Chris Blythe, Chris Weston, Clint Langley,[...]
The mini-series features a new adventure for the Tom Baker Doctor by Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby with art by Brian Williamson The book is shipping with a ton of covers and we have them all for you to see below along with a few preview pages. DOCTOR WHO: THE FOURTH DOCTOR #1 Cover A:[...]
Of Monsterology graphic novels additional with at least a 128 graphic novel release each year. Gordon Rennie tells us "Dept of Monsterology was always envisaged to be be a sprawling beast of a thing, sprouting tentacles and field teams of characters in all directions, so the news that we've got five years of time to colonise and[...]
That all but ensures it will end badly but, like the Mills piece, this Gordon Rennie short is a cleverly packaged recap of the basic premise of the series (Old cockney police officer fights the supernatural even as he's morally compromised by it And yes Rivers of London and London Falling fans should be all[...]
Shaun Kimber (Senior Lecturer in Media Theory at Bournemouth University, author of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and co-editor of Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media). ["Death Knocks" by Gordon Rennie, Lee Carter, Mike Stock] If that isn't impressive enough, Dead Roots is closing in on a pin-up by the incredible Dean Beattie AND an additional six-page story[...]
of Monsterology, from a conversation to a fully formed comic book with the power to move a reader, it is a wonderful feeling. Gordon Rennie and PJ Holden presented the opportunity to me for Renegade to publish their new comic, Dept of Monsterology Two years and a lot of work later it is about to become[...]
Half Cthulu Mythos and half 70s cult horror, the first issue has the same feel you'd get from the early days of Hellboy. I got a chance to speak with series creators Gordon Rennie (Writer) and P J Holden (Artist) about their new endeavor. BLEEDING COOL: After reading the first issue I can see elements of Lovecraftian[...]