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Peacemaker Now Has A Dog Called Bruce Wayne
In the Peacemaker Tries Hard! comic book series by Kyle Starks and Steve Pugh currently being published by DC Comics, has given Peacemaker a brand new sidekick Beautifully drawn by Pugh, one of my favourite comic book artists around.   A dog But this brand new sidekick has been given quite an old name. So yes, he'd called[...]
Billionaire Island: Cult Of Dogs
We have a look ahead at Mark Russell and Steve Pugh's return of the savagely satirical Billionaire Island with Cult Of The Dogs, to follow up on Ahoy Comics' Billionaire Island with more of a focus on the semi-star of the original series, Billionaire Dog. The year is 2046, two years after Billionaire Island fell—taking the world's economy[...]
It's the return of Billionaire Island in November, from the Flintstones team of Mark Russell, Steve Pugh and Ahoy Comics, as well as continuing Highball, Justice Warriors, Justice Warriors and a collection of My Bad. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ BILLIONAIRE[...]
Red Thorn #1 Jumps to $35 on eBay
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the news that the DC Comics/Vertigo title Red Thorn by David Baillie, Meghan Hetrick, and Steve Pugh was being adapted for a television series by the BBC That it was being written by Emilia di Girolamo for Wall To Wall Productions That at this stage, she had written a pilot episode and the[...]
SCOOP: Red Thorn, a DC/Vertigo Comic, Being Adapted For Television
One of them appears to be Red Thorn, based on the DC/Vertigo comic book of the same name by David Baillie, Meghan Hetrick, and Steve Pugh She has written a pilot episode and the story bible for what is intended to be a six-episode hour-long series from production company Wall To Wall for BBC Scotland[...]
DC Comics July 2021 Full Solicits And Solicitations
Described as "a galactic Justice League" maybe it will allow Brian Bendis to visit his data writing the Guardians Of The Galaxy comic book… And it looks like, alongside Bendis, the team will be co-created by one of my favourite comic artists of the last forty years, Steve Pugh… Justice League #64 story by Brian Michael Bendis and[...]
In Thirty Years Time, Lex Luthor Is Still Known for Just One Thing
And that's terrible." DC Comics: The Super Dictionary In 2011, Chris Roberson scripted a scene in Superman #709 that showed he remembered that scene very well. Superman #709 More recently in 2019, writer Mark Russell wrote Harley Quinn: Villain Of The Year which showed he remembered it too. Harley Quinn: Villain Of The Year #1 And tomorrow, Mark Russell and Steve[...]
DC Comics Reveals Details For Titans 100-Page Giant #1
But the danger they uncover is far greater than one missing person-the fate of humanity is at stake, and only Beast Boy can save the day! What's "Normal'? an 8-page story written by Marc Guggenheim with art by Steve Pugh A charistmatic cult leader has been recruiting followers to join his "church," a highly suspicious organization locked[...]
Birmingham Comics Festival: A Con With Passion and Heart
This certainly was not guilty of ignoring the skills that pay the bills, the creators themselves. With nearly 2000 fans descending on the cricket ground's conference facilities, this larger than expected crowd once through the door were welcomed by a flood of comic book artists and writers of the caliber of Ian Edginton (Stickleback), Steve Pugh[...]
Age Of Ultron Vs Marvel Zombies Is… An Ongoing?
Marvel Zombies is a new ongoing series  James Robinson and Steve Pugh, announced by Marvel PR through EW. Ongoing. Expect this to run and run…. It's a choose-your-own apocoalypse scenario: Do you prefer your doom to come via flesh-eating, mostly intelligent, super-powered zombies, or by an army of indestructible robot despots? Fortunately for most of the inhabitants of Battleworld, the land[...]
TRIPWIRE: Alex Ross, Jim Krueger And Steve Pugh: Paradise Lost
And this week's regular delve into its archive,  is our feature on Marvel's Paradise X series, with creators Jim Krueger, Alex Ross and Steve Pugh, published in TRIPWIRE Volume 4 #8, published way back in December 2001… [issuu width=420 height=301 embedBackground=%23000000 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=120806091516-1db387ebdef8438c906beced0086bef1 name=paradise_x_tripwire_december_2001_feature username=richjohnston tag=alex%20ross unit=px v=2] [...]
A1 To Relaunch Digitally, This Week (UPDATE)
For the fourth (I think) time. Originally spinning out of Dave's time at Quality Communications working on Warrior, he and Garry Leach created Atomeka, to publish A1, containing the creator owned work of Alan Moore, Garry Leach, Brian Bolland, Warren Ellis, Steve Pugh, Ted McKeever, Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean, Phil Winslade and many more, in a[...]
Antarctic Steampunk Girls Become Summer Girls – And More Ch-Ch-Changes
Which has a totally different vibe… and certainly less of those long flowing dresses. The backup story in Action Comics #11 will no longer be by Brad Walker, but will now features art by CAFU. While Steve Pugh is no longer drawing Animal Man #11, replaced by Alberto Ponticelli & Wayne Faucher. Matt Fraction tweeted that Journey Into[...]
Steve Pugh Back On Animal Man At DC Comics
When Steve Pugh drew Animal Man in the nineties,written by Jamie Delano, it was some of the best work of his life Page after page with ink and paint piled up in a topographical fashion, creating rich, layered characters and experiences It must have taken every second Steve Pugh had, and may have driven him[...]