Mike Collins Archives

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,[...]
Next Week… I'll Be At London Super Comic Con. Will You?
If you see me, say hi, I always appreciate it. Here's a look at what's waiting for me. Attending creators include Brian Bolland, Frank Cho, David Finch, Humberto Ramos, Mike Zeck, Marv Wolfman, David Aja, Heather Antos, Mahmud Asrar, Jeremy Bastion, Simone Bianchi, Mark Buckingham, Howard Chaykin, Ian Churchill, Katie Cook, Steve Dillon, Duncan Fegredo, Meredith Finch, Gary[...]
Things To Do In Gloucester, UK This Weekend If You Like Comics
That's tradition for you. But, for one day only this coming Saturday, 7th February, the historical racecourse will be taken over by comic book fans and creators and the first True Believers Comic Festival. Like other independently funded cons this festival's goal is simple: focus on the comics and the creators without necessarily all the other trappings[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Doctor Who With Mike Collins At Malta Comic Con
By Chris Thompson [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode114.mp3] After last episode with the amazing Gabriel Hardman & Corinna Bechko (which you can still listen to here), I'm back again with acclaimed Doctor Who artist & storyboarder Mike Collins at the recent Malta Comic Con. Mike & I discuss starting out (including his rarely-seen collaboration with Alan Moore), what led to him become[...]
Melksham Comic Con 2013 – Bigger, Better, Badasser
We've assembled a lineup that is about twice the size of last year's event, and includes Kieron Gillen, Si Spurrier, Dylan Teague, Simon Furman, Emma Vieceli, Rob Williams, Ben Oliver, Lee Townsend, Mike Collins, Kate Brown and Paul Duffield. As ever, people can get stuff signed or get personalised sketches from the artists, provided you get[...]
Cover Variance: Cardiff Life Magazine
Filmed there, with plenty of Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures action over the years as well, locals are used to walking past a TARDIS here and there. Which is why The Doctor and The TARDIS adorn one of the five covers of today's Cardiff Life's 100th magazine, drawn by Doctor Who artist Mike Collins… [...]
Tony Lee And Mike Collins Take Doctor Who Back To The Wild West
At the IDW panel at MCM London Expo, it was announced by editor Dirk Wood that Tony Lee will indeed be returning to the Doctor Who comic in September as we surmised, replacing Andy Diggle for a four part story called 'Dead Man's Hand' that runs from issue #13, through the 50th anniversary period. According to[...]
Join The Comics Celebrities On Ashes And Win Big
Which means even if you don't like the book, you'll be able to flip it on eBay. Or you can choose a separate full colour commission from Jimmy – a rare thing since he doesn't do commissions or sell his art. And if that's not enough, you might also be drawn by being in good company… other[...]
Preview: Spirit Of Hope
I've written a short one page piece with artist Mike Collins for the upcoming Spirit Of Hope anthology from Comic Book Alliance, to raise money for victims of the earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand. Edited by Alan Cowsill, Spirit of Hope has two covers, one by Jimmy Broxton, the other by Mike Allred Creators involved[...]
ITV's This Morning Goes Royal Wedding Comic Mad
Allison Hammond off of ITV's This Morning, holding a comic book with what appears to be a generous smile, there. And me and Mike Collins, in front of Buckingham Palace in London, part of the media circus that has grown up around the royal residence in preparation for the wedding of Kate and William this Friday[...]
Garth Ennis – When 2000AD Was The Future
A glance at the roster of talent involved is enough to take the breath away, and it should be remembered that a whole generation of readers was able to pick up almost any given issue and see a dozen of these guys at their very best. So thank you: Pat Mills, John Wagner, Gerry Finley-Day, Alan[...]