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An Ending, A Beginning, And A Continuation

Three Comics: An Ending, A Beginning, And A Continuation

This is a shining example of what comics can be, and what they hardly ever are.John Constantine: Hellblazer 1-3 by Si Spurrier, Aaron Campbell, Jordie Bellaire, and Aditya Bidikar: The much heralded return of proper Hellblazer, which includes copious British slang, a pub, a tan trench coat, smoking, and a loose political connection with the[...]

Si Spurrier Narrates an FOC Video Trailer For Alienated and it Sounds Less E.T. and More Clive Barker

Si Spurrier Narrates an FOC Video Trailer For Alienated and it Sounds Less E.T. and More Clive Barker

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjBBEOg6lhEVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: ALIENATED – Official Comic Trailer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjBBEOg6lhE) And here is a transcript… I expect you think you know this story. Child finds alien, Small-town America meets sci-fi schmaltz, You're wrong. There are three children for a start. The angry boy who yearns to be seen but dreads being […]


BOOM! Shares First Look at Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose's Alienated #1

BOOM! Shares First Look at Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose's Alienated #1

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has released a first look preview of Alienated #1, the new series from writer Si Spurrier and artist Chris Wildgoose launching this February The comic has essentially the same plot of the 1987 film Three Men and a Baby, except that instead of Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson, it's[...]






BOOM! Announces Alienated from Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose at NYCC

BOOM! Announces Alienated from Si Spurrier and Chris Wildgoose at NYCC

At New York Comic Con today, explosive publisher BOOM! Studios announced a new series by writer Simon Spurrier and artist Chris Wildgoose called Alienated, described as "a subversive coming-of-age story about having all the power to change the world but the unready hands to truly wield it." The first issue is due to hit stores […]

The Contract: Cry Havoc’s French Release In Limbo

The Contract: Cry Havoc's French Release In Limbo

Cry Havoc, the Image Comics series from Si Spurrier, Ryan Kelly, Matt Wilson, Lee Loughridge, Nick Filardi, Simon Bowland and Emma Price, released in 2016 to immense critical acclaim Alan Moore described it as “An electrifying account of black ops, black dogs and weaponized folklore that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen Best in show.”[...]

Dreaming #1 cover by Jae Lee and June Chung

The Dreaming #1 Advance Review: Ambitious, but It Doesn't Draw You In

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Dreaming is fractured and broken, and the Sandman is still missing. Lucien and Matthew are doing what they can to handle the crisis, but faceless figures are spilling into the realm. A demon lord watches just from beyond the barrier to the Dreaming, ready to strike. Dora the Monstress is playing at […]

First Look at Si Spurrier and Matías Bergara's Coda #3

Someone at BOOM! Studios must not have gotten the memo that this is BOOM! Box Jam week, highlighting the publisher's Young Adult comics, because BOOM! Studios has accidentally released this preview of a non-YA comic from its regular BOOM! line of comics. We're not about to complain, though, when that comic is Coda, by the […]

Look Inside Simon Spurrier and Matías Bergara's Coda #2

BOOM! Studios is on a "first look" kick this week, releasing previews of upcoming comics like there's no tomorrow (which, given the current climate, is a fair assumption). The latest comic on the list is Coda #2, by Simon Spurrier and Matías Bergara. A press release provides more details: This all-new series, which sold out at […]


Doctor Aphra #15 Review: A Delightful Hive of Scum and Villainy

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Lieutenant Magna Tolvan awaits her sentencing as she continues to have the mysterious Doctor Aphra stuck in her head. Elsewhere, Doctor Aphra continues her mission for the new Son-Tuul crime lord and former ally Triple-Zero. In his sadistic power trip, he has sent Aphra on a trip to retrieve something for him, keeping […]

Shadow Vol. 3 #4

Writer's Commentary: Dan Watters Talks The Shadow Vol. 3 #4

Dynamite has sent us a writer's commentary from Dan Watters on The Shadow #4 that he co-wrote with Si Spurrier Cover by Lee Weeks with interiors by Ricardo Jaime.Page 1:This issue we’re joined by Ricardo Jaime on art Daniel will be back next issue, but it’s immediately evident that we’re in very good hands[...]

Image Comics – The Future of Fantasy Panel at NYCC

Si Spurrier (Cry Havoc, Angelic ), Justin Jordan (Luther Strode), Meredith Finch (Rose), Sebastian Girner (Scales & Scoundrels, Shirtless Bear-Fighter),  Caspar Wijngaard (Limbo, Angelic), and W Maxwell Prince (One Week In The Library) discussed their various Image fantasy series at NYCC’s “Image Comics - The Future of Fantasy” -panel on Saturday.Spurrier discussed Angelic his “sci–fi[...]