Yungblud Presents Twisted Tales of the Ritalin Club 3: The Funeral is co-written by Ryan O'Sullivan drawn by Annapaola Martello and Vasilis Lolos, with covers from Martello and Butch Mapa This graphic novel serves as a cross-media experience alongside Yungblud's single, The Funeral, released in March. This new chapter builds off the gleefully irreverent, bitingly profane[...]
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Vault Comics are publishing A Dark Interlude, the meta-sequel to White Noise Studio's Ryan O'Sullivan and Andrea Mutti's meta-comic, Fearscape to promote the book they are also adding a 1:15 cover by Caspar Wijngaard and a 1:30 foil version of that cover But then they did another thing, by letting the star of both comic[...]
Last November, back when we still had comic book conventions, I met Ryan O'Sullivan in the MCM London hotel bar He told me that he had two books from Vault planned, one to be part of White Noise Round 2 that may or may not be a sequel to Fearscape. Dark Interlude, the Not-A-Sequel to Fearscape[...]
He has the only access to sell-through data for publishers and marketing directly to comic book fans. White Noise Studios (New Entry) this London-based collective of writers, Dan Watters, Ram V, Alex Paknadel and Ryan O'Sullivan have creator-owned books at Vault and Image and are burning their way across the mainstream books as well, Dan Watters[...]
Ram V, Dan Watters, Alex Paknadel and Ryan O'Sullivan make up the London writers' studio White Noise And they were at the MCM London Comic Con a week or so ago, with the first three attending a Retailers Summit put on by Diamond UK to let us know their plans for the coming year, including[...]
The Dark Souls story marches on with the Undead Curse coming to Lordran and Gwyn abandoning his throne to keep the flame lit. Is it a good read?
The story of Dark Souls' Age of Fire burns onward as Gravis' knights enter New Londo and Arkon is attacked in Izalith. Is it a good read?
The legendary Dark Souls Age of Fire is explored through a Silver Knight Arkon and his service to Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight. Is it a good read?
In this interim between the two game titles, Castellano pursues a killer while coping with his missing daughter. Is this a good continuation to the game?
By Olly MacNamee Having met the guys at TPub and followed their rise and rise with avid interest over the last year or so, it doesn't surprise me, given the drive and energy I have witnessed first hand from Neil Gibson, Will O'Mullane, Ryan O'Sullivan and company at comic cons, that Gibson's Twisted Dark, the modern[...]