ian churchill Archives

Marine Man Gets A Stamp Of Approval From Malta
This new set features a selection of three artworks taken from Impressions Of An Island, the Malta Comic Con artbook which depicts comic book adaptations of typical Maltese locations and includes the first from British artist Ian Churchill with his character published by Image Comics, Marine Man, splashing out of the Grand Harbour waters, against the[...]
Ian Churchill’s Marineman To Debut New Character, Marinegirl
Originally published by Image Comics and Eisner nominated in the process,  Ian Churchill's Marineman is returning in support of Prevented Ocean Plastic for UN World Oceans Day 2023 yesterday And he is bringing Marinegirl with him.  The exclusive first appearance of Marinegirl and educational assets to promote the cause will appear on the official 2023[...]
Justice League #39 cover by Paul Pelletier, Cam Smith, and Adriano Lucas
This section raised the overall quality of the book significantly for me. The addition of the Tweets about the JL is a nice touch too. Justice League #39 art by Ian Churchill and Alex Sollazzo Ian Churchill's art is really good here While shirtless Aquaman looked a little weird because of the seemingly painted-on abs, shadowing is played[...]
Ch-Ch-Changes – From Finch To Churchill On Wonder Woman
A few changes for the Big Two, 'twixt solicitation and publication. Ian Churchill will be the artist on Wonder Woman #43 rather than David Finch and Jonathan Glapion. Flash Annual #4 was solicited as written by Robert Venditti and Van Jensen but actually it was just by Van Jensen. And Age Of Ultron Vs Marvel Zombies #4 will be[...]
Brian Bolland, Art Adams, Max Brooks And More Now Coming To London Super Comic Con In March…
Woodward, Neal Adams, Mark Brooks, Gary Erskine, Gary Frank, David Gibbons, Stephanie Hans, Bob Layton, David Lloyd, Clay Mann, Taki Soma, Elias Chatzoudis, Bill Doran, Mark Farmer, Lee Garbett, Klaus Janson, Paul Levitz, Mike Norton, Tim Seeley, Bill Sienkiewicz, John Watson, Chrissie Zullo, Charlie Adlard, Mahmud Asrar, Lee Bermejo, Ian Churchill, Yaya Han, Jeremy Haun, Emanuela Lupacchino, Michael  Avon Oeming, Mike Ploog, John Romita Jr and Jamie Tyndall. I'll be there, definitely all day Saturday[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill Hit Banbury (Video, Pics And Report)
Not totally.No, it was because Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill were signing the first two issues of their Image comic book, Revenge. It was an unlikely place, the small Oxfordshire town of Banbury, on a rainy Saturday. But it's pleasant enough, and has enough of a market to potter through. No one was letting the damp get them[...]
Things To Do In Banbury Today If You Like Jonathan Ross
Today, Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill are signing copies of their comic book Revenge today, at Comic Connections, a small comic shop in the sleepy town of Banbury, Oxfordshire, the town my parents retired to. So right now I am whizzing up the M40 from London to Banbury, ostensibly to visit my folks but really to[...]
Preview New Creator Owned Comic Kill Screen – It'll Leave You Pixellated
Mike Garley, who successfully Kickstarted the Dead Roots Comic Anthology, a shared-world zombie project, has been teasing a new comic which he has written, with artwork by Josh Sherwell, letters by Mike Stock, and covers by Ian Churchill, called Kill Screen And he has kindly provided Bleeding Cool with a 10 page preview of the[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill Talk Revenge At Diamond Retailer Day, London (VIDEO)
Straight from yesterday's Diamond Retailer Day in London, the day before today's London Super Comic Con…  Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill talk about their new comic book Revenge, as well as what they'll be doing next Jonathan has a number of projects to work on and Ian is doing more Marineman… Let's see them entertain the troops[...]
Reading Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill's Revenge #1
In amongst this are apparent demons, the enslaving of the young for their flesh, mighty wolves and repeated skull motifs, and a play-within-a-play, giving us something operatic in its scale. And Ian Churchill portrays this all with a pizzaz, it's gaudy, it's bold, it is absolutely grotesque, with a oenline, colours and a sheen that smacks[...]
Things To Do In London In March During British Comics Month
Let's have a look at what they, and others, have planned for the month of March… Now until March 9th – Alone Forever, An Exhibition By Liz Prince – Orbital Comics Orbital will have an exclusive and limited bookplate edition of Liz Prince's new book on Topshelf, Alone Forever, host an exhibition with art both from the[...]
Jonathan Ross Comes To Banbury
Because that's when TV broadcaster, presenter and comedian Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill are turning up at Comic Connections above a poundstore, to sign copies of Revenge, their new comic book published by Image Comics. Banbury won't know what's hit it Their biggest brush with fame is John Craven living nearby And rockstar paedophile Gary Glitter[...]
Revenge Vs. Revenge – Jonathan Ross And Marvel Comics
Bleeding Cool wrote about the Jonathan Ross/Ian Churchill comic, Revenge, coming out in a week and a bit How it was originally called The Revenger but the existence of a webcomic with a similar name caused it to be renamed Revenge And a trademark was registered in that new name on behalf of both Ross[...]
Something Bloody Awesome – Comics And SciFi Come To Edinburgh
This is the first full-sized weekend Comic and Science Fiction convention in the area. Confirmed guests so far: From Comics – Leonardo Manco, Norm Breyfogle, Alan Grant, Yishan Li, Jennie Gyllblad, Gary Erskine, Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby, Ian Churchill, Tanya Roberts and Jim Alexander. From Film & TV –  Simon Fisher-Becker, Colin Noble, Trevor Butterfield, Nick Joseph, Nathalie[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill's The Revenger Becomes… Revenge!
Previewed in last week's Elephantmen, Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill's The Revenger from Image Comics, will undergo a name change by the time it's published January. I'm told it will now be called "Revenge" but the lead character will still be called The Revenger. Turns out another webcomic had the same name (it might be this one)[...]
The New Comic From Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill, The Revenger, Out In February
Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill's new comic for Image, The Revenger. Regular readers will know just how big Jonathan Ross is in the UK Basically, he's John Stewart as a chatshow host with the comparative audience of Leno and Letterman combined He's proper funny, has championed the causes of comics, he's presented the Eisners (and kissed[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Ian Churchill On The Revenger
[audio:http://popculturehound.net/podpress_trac/web/2588/0/PCHPodcastEpisode55.mp3] At the NICE comics convention in Bedford last weekend, Chris Thompson talked to Ian Churchill for an hour and a half Towards the end, he touched on The Revenger, his new comic with Jonathan Ross, as the complete opposite of Marineman With Jacobean influences, 1970s influences, its original title was Frankenstein 90210[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill's The Revenger – A New Comic For 2014
And a teaser image. The Revenger, by Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill, to be published in January. Ross has Image titles Turf and America's Got Powers to his name but is better known in the UK as the our preeminent TV broadcaster and chat show host Churchill has X-Men, Supergirl, Cable and more recently Marineman on his resume. The[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill To Create New Series, The Revenger – A Tragedy
A Jacobean Avengers perhaps? He's writing it for artist and fellow countryman Ian Churchill, recently DC's artist on the similarly titles Ravagers, though my favourite work of late was his Image comic Marine Man. I know literally nothing more about this comic Other than it is coming from Image, sometime in 2013. Published anonymously, the manuscript for[...]
Preview: Marineman #1 by Ian Churchill from Image Comics
Here we go folks. A preview to Marineman #1 by Ian Churchill, coming out from Image Comics this week And Bleeding Cool has a lovely preview of the comic book's first issue. Doesn't it look pretty? Go on have a gander at the wetness. I'm also hearing it's been a bit low ordered So if you want a[...]