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12-Page Preview Of The Heart Of The Beast 20th Anniversary Hardcover
We've got a 12-page preview of the Heart Of The Beast, the 20th anniversary hardcover edition of the graphic novel written by Dean Motter and Judith Dupre and art by Sean Phillips. Science transformed his body, artistry inspired his soul The Heart of the Beast explores the timeless themes of classic horror literature, set against the[...]
Preview Titan's Fantasy and Sci-Fi Fall Offerings – Elric: The Ruby Throne And Void
Now his envious cousin Yyrkoon, Prince of Melniboné, plots to overthrow him and claim the Ruby Throne for himself! And here's our preview of The Ruby Throne:   Next up, Void, written by Herik Hanna with art by Sean Phillips, is a "gripping science fiction thriller" Phillips excellent track-record as an artist certainly recommends the[...]
How Do You Make A Cover Like Fatale #21?
The process of a cover by Sean Phillips for Fatale #21… The process of a cover by Sean Phillips for Fatale #21… The process of a cover by Sean Phillips for Fatale #21… The process of a cover by Sean Phillips for Fatale #21… The process of a cover by Sean Phillips for Fatale #21… [...]
Titan Announces Two Graphic Novel Releases – One We Knew About…
It will hit shelves September 16th. Void – written by Herik Hannah and illustrated by Sean Phillips is a classic science-fiction story that revolves entirely around an isolated man who was the only survivor of a prison ship that was destroyed It will be released Septmber 2nd. So if you are a fan of European style comics,[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Mike Carey And Sean Phillips At Malta Comic Con 2013
[audio:] Chris Thompson writes: Following on from last week's exclusive presentation of Alan Moore & Lance Parkin in conversation at The Princes Charles Cinema in London (which you can still listen to here) I bring you a couple of panels from this year's Malta Comic Con, featuring Mike Carey & Sean Phillips. First up, Mike & Sean take[...]
A Look Inside The Art Of Sean Phillips
Jai Nitz chats with legendary artist Sean Phillips and Eddie Robson about the new art book from Dynamite Entertainment. JAI NITZ: For Eddie, what's your favorite memory of Sean's work For me it's the cover to Shade #62 I remember Vertigo made a mini poster of it I taped a bunch of them together and made[...]
Ben Affleck And Matt Damon To Produce Film Of Ed Brubaker And Sean Phillips' Sleeper
DC Comics continues its onslaught of recent Film/TV news, this time for Sleeper by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips via Variety: Warner Bros is ramping up development of "Sleeper," a long-in-development DC Entertainment property that's set up with producers Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Jennifer Todd. The studio has brought on the writing team of  Shawn Ryan and David Wiener to[...]
Sean Phillips – The Collection And The Controversy
As Dynamite announce their Art Of Sean Phillips collection for October (including the artwork seen in this piece) both in standard hardcover and a signed and limited edition, the artist has found himself in the centre of controversy Except he probably doesn't even know it yet Just look at his face. I have been made aware[...]
Cammy's Covers – Fatale To Wonder Woman
Cameron Hatheway writes; Fatale #14 by Sean Phillips Why did it have to be toothy Cthulu faces? I hate toothy Cthulu faces! The eerie use of black and white works quite well with this cover, followed by the stunning red center drawing attention to our femme fatale She's got her Chicago Typewriter prepped and ready for action[...]
A Crisis Of Infinite Conventions
It's a start. THE LAKES I've started to be told about names being lined up for October's Lakes Comics Art Festival, an attempt to start to build a very British Angouleme. Patrons Bryan Talbot, Mary Talbot and Sean Phillips of course, but I'm also being told about comics journalist Joe Sacco, author Kurt Busiek, cartoonist Posy Simmonds (who[...]
Walking Dead #100 Covers By McFarlane, Phillips And Ottley Sell Out
Bleeding Cool understands that three of the eight traditionally distributed covers for The Walking Dead #100 have sold out. The covers by Todd McFarlane, Sean Phillips and Ryan Ottley have all had their print runs fully allocated to retailers and no more orders will be accepted. I understand that even with pre-orders of around 330,000 from[...]
Monday Runaround: A Porn Film In A Comic Shop
I just slept till noon. SigningWatch: A few upcoming signing events at Gosh Comics, London…  A launch party for the Fatale collection, with Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips on Saturday, July 7th, 6.30 – 9pm And a launch party for Ellipsis by Tom Humberstone on Friday, July 27th, 7pm -8.30pm. ApeWatch: From Boom, in September… Planet Of[...]
Mashing Up Fatale And Winter Soldier
One with art from Sean Phillips, the other with art from Butch Guice And both told in a rather noir style So much so… that you can do this sort of thing. Go on, read them both at the same time, it's a whole different experience… Fatale #2 is published today from Image and is already sold[...]
The Ugly Face Of Comic Book Speculation – Fatale #1
Before it had shipped to comic stores, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips's Fatale had sold out to retailers, burning through the overprint and ensuring a second print coming out next month. But what of the first print? It's been well promoted and well sold and whizzing out of comic shops all over the place The reviews[...]
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[...]
Thinking Only Of Thought Bubble
And Gail Simone has been round the Leeds City Centre shops looking for a Dalek. It can only be the launch of what many consider Britain's best comic convention, Thought Bubble. This weekend, as part of the Leeds Sequential Arts Festival running right now, the city will host a comic convention dedicated to style. Add Jeff Lemire, Adam[...]
Swipe File: Watchmen And Incognito
One is a comic book turned into a film against the writer's wishes. The other is a comic book about to be turned into a film with the writer's eager participation. Anyway, here's a scene from Watchmen #6 from 1985 by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons from DC Comics, and from Incognito: Bad Influences #5 from 2011[...]
The Significance Of The Last Page Of Incognito #1
By the very nature of this piece, there will be spoilers for those who have not yet read the first issue of Incognito: Bad Influences #1 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Look, I'll turn the images on their side to help reduce spoilerage Because we're not specifically looking at the pictures but the spaces[...]