The award-nominated UK superhero soap opera returns!
Titan Comics is pleased to announce the return of Martin Eden’s The O Men -?t?he award-nominated UK superhero soap opera series!
After battling their nemesis Anathema and her Vicious Circle it’s a very different O Men that we encounter.
The various O Men members have been shot, exiled and brain-wiped – but somehow they are all back! How? All will be revealed! Plus, something is seriously wrong with one of the team, Grace… Get yourself ready for a major shock when you discover what’s going on!
This release also includes an issue 7.0, a special mini-strip reintroducing all of the characters.
“I’m very excited to return to The O Men and finally finish the story I started over 15 years ago! I can promise some interesting stories ahead – and lots and lots of answers to the series’ biggest mysteries!” said creator Martin Eden.
The O Men #2.8 is available to read on your digital device from March 2, 2016 via ComiXology.
May 18, 2016 sees the return of the punk princess in a new Tank Girl series from co-creator Alan Martin and rising star Brett Parson (New Romancer)!
TANK GIRL: TWO GIRLS ONE TANK #1
Writer: Alan Martin
Artist: Brett Parson
Covers: Black Frog, Brett Parson, Shaky Kane, Blank Sketch
FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On Sale May 18
Fresh off the back of their latest calamitous chapter comes this shiny new Tank Girl tale from series creator, Alan Martin and artist extraordinaire, Brett Parson! Expect a healthy dose of delirium and plenty of ball-crunching action in this high-octane crosscountry skirmish that asks the question: is this world really big enough for two Tank Girls?! Strap yourself in, folks; It’s gonna be one helluva ride!
Issue #1 comes with four covers to collect:
COVER A: Black Frog – order code: MAR161746
COVER B: Brett Parson – order code: MAR161747
COVER C: Shaky Kane – order code: MAR161748
COVER D: Black Sketch – order code: MAR161749
Ask your local comic shop to reserve you a copy now! To find your local comic shop visit ComicShopLocator.com
Previously posted on my personal blog
If you weren’t aware, February is Black History Month. In honor of that, I wanted to mix my love of Star Wars with my love of blackness. So here’s an infographic that I created using Piktochart that lists the black characters in the Star Wars universe. Granted this might not be a complete list but I did scour high and low to find as many black characters as I could. In addition there’s a bonus section listing black actors who appeared via their voice acting, motion capture, or as a member of the many alien races in the Star Wars universe. Enjoy:
Penny Dreadful fans, the covers for the upcoming comic book series have arrived! Before look upon their dreadfulness as there are six covers to collect!
Penny Dreadful issue #1
Script: Krysty Wilson-Cairns
Artist: Louie De Martinis
Ongoing – 32pp – FC – $3.99 – On sale: 04/05/2016
The hit TV series is presented in comics for the first time and the covers of issue #1 have been released! This prequel reveals the terrifying events that led Vanessa to try and find her missing childhood friend, Mina Harker, and exposes the true nature of the vampiric monsters infesting Victorian London. Beautifully realized by Louie De Martinis, and written by the scriptwriters of the hit show!
The series is drawn by Louie De Martinis and written by the Penny Dreadful scriptwriter Krysty Wilson-Cairns! The book arrives in stores on May 4th.
Titan Comics is pleased to announce this year’s global Doctor Who Comics Day event will take place on SATURDAY, JULY 9, 2016.
Doctor Who Comics Day is a global event inspired by Titan Comics’ Doctor Who comic books. In its third year, the event is set to be even bigger with new comics and collections, signings and events across the globe.
2015’s event tied-in with a special, brand-new, five-part weekly Doctor Who comics cross-over series by Paul Cornell and Neil Edwards, and saw comic readers get the chance to celebrate Doctor Who Comics Day at over 2900 locations including comic shops, bookstores, retail chains and libraries.
“We’ve got some great things planned for this year’s 2016 Doctor Who Comics Day event,” said Ricky Claydon, Direct Sales & Marketing Manager at Titan Comics. “As well as working closely with stores and libraries to develop events for the day, for 2016 we’ll be supplying Doctor Who fans with event kits to hold their own reading group events.”
More details about this year’s 2016 Doctor Who Comics day event will be released soon.
To sign-up your store, library, or register for an event kit to host your own reading group event on Doctor Who Comics day, visit
Forgive me my fellow nerds and geeks, it’s been two weeks since my last posting. But I’m here today with a new post, it’s Star Wars related but something a little different. Let’s begin shall we?
Whether it’s a book, movie, video, etc. one of the ways creators flesh out their ideas through concept art. Concept art can be really amazing and at times, we lament about the pieces that aren’t used in a project. Well the folks over at Computer Graphics hosted a contest titled Star Wars Reimagined. The premise of the contest was basically for those who entered to reimagine their favorite character, creature or vehicle from the Star Wars universe and to be as creative about it as they could.
And the results have been freaking awesome! Behold some of the entrees:
Check out the 3D model over at Kotaku.com
At the end of the CW’s DC Films Presents: The Dawn of the Justice League special, Margot Robbie aka Harley Quinn introduced the second Suicide Squad trailer. Set to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”, this trailer had a more comical approach to the film and there was action and funny moments galore. Take a look:
In addition, two posters for the upcoming film were released. The poster below features the whole team Deadshot (Will Smith), Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Enchantress (Cara Delevingne), Katana (Karen Fukuhara), Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Slipknot (Adam Beach), the Joker (Jared Leto) and Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) as x’s mark the spot.
And this skull graffiti styled poster that was released over the weekend:
So gang what do you think about the trailer and the posters? I’m eagerly looking forward to this film. The Squad breaks into theaters this August.