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But also Watchmen (and Watchmensch) colourist John Higgins, artist Bryan Hitch, as well as Lee Sullivan and Simon Williams. The queue snaked around the store, split in two, and caused minor pandemonium as the crew gained a larger crowd than the store had been expecting, still rather massive when I turned up half an hour later[...]
Soft Wood #1 Doubles in Price on eBay - But Wait...
So it is half as rare as it may currently appear, and interested folk should probably contact their comic store to see if they are getting more copies in. And secondly, there are still plenty of copies at cover price on the Heavy Metal website for both covers.   Meanwhile, after no sales at all for years, two[...]
Damon Lindelof at the "Star Trek Into Darkness" Los Angeles Premiere, Dolby Theater, Hollywood, CA 05-14-13
For a superhero junkie, I've never done a superhero movie or a superhero TV show, and now is the time." Created by writer Moore and artist Gibbons with colorist John Higgins and published by DC Comics from 1986-1987, here's an overview of Watchmen: Watchmen takes place in an alternate world where the mere presence of American superheroes[...]
Beyond Watchmen and Judge Dredd: Cover, John Higgins
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Beyond Watchmen & Judge Dredd: The Art of John Higgins by John Higgins is a massive, solid art book done in lovely, thick, high-gloss paper It's made to be read on a table, being a decently large book At a weight of roughly three pounds and with pages being 9.8" square, I could hold it in[...]
La Machine Infernale
Written by David Webb / Art by John Higgins Closing Kickstarter date September 5 A First look into a brand new world / franchise – Pitched as Bourne under the French revolution – including a graphic novel and film! David Webb writes, I'm David Webb, and I want to take you into a world of, cloak and[...]
John Higgins Art For New Graphic Novel, The Infernal Machines
This first preview artwork has appeared online for David Webb and John Higgins' upcoming graphic novel La Machine Infernale It is part of a transmedia project that will cover films and games, an action espionage tale set during the French Revolution. Pitched as "Bourne in 1800", La Machine Infernale graphic novel follows the adventure of an asian female[...]
Paul Cornell And John Higgins, Stripped
And who better than Paul Cornell and John Higgins, two of the nicest guys in comics And to make it even more refreshing the talk was chaired by Niall Walker who is Edinburgh's Reading Champion who works with a programme to encourage children in residential care to read books. Niall kicked off the talk by saying[...]
Chris Ware, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Joe Sacco, Posy Simmonds, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Paul Cornell And More At Edinburgh's "Stripped" Event
Chris Ware, Joe Sacco, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Paul Cornell and Posy Simmonds are taking are part in Stripped as part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Other names include Denise Mina, Paul Gravett, Melinda Gebbie, Warren Pleece, Roger Gibson, Chris Riddell, Jon Naught,  Stephen Collins, Robin and Lorenzo Etherington, Robbie Morrison, Jim[...]
Preview: John Higgins' Remastered Razorjack
John Higgins' Razorjack, recollected, remastered, reupdated and reconcluded… here's a tasty peek at what he's been doing when not working on Crimson Corsair. Coming later this year from Titan Comics John Higgins' Razorjack, recollected, remastered, reupdated and reconcluded… here's a tasty peek at what he's been doing when[...]
A Glimpse At The Remastering Of John Higgins' Razorjack
Coming in September, Titan Comics are remastering and rereleasing John Higgins's Razorjack with two new stories. An infernal dimension of screaming torment – ruling over this domain is queen of carnage Razorjack! All that stands in her path is a pair of rogue cops, whose investigation into a series of horrific serial murders uncovers Razorjack's existence[...]
Whatever Happened To The Crimson Corsair?
We all have egos and you try to work it out, but it kept getting farther and farther away from what I intended, and in the end I'm still not sure what happened and how it ended. From the last page of the second book of The Crimson Corsair, by John Higgins. In case anyone missed[...]