TweetTitan were announced as the new owners of the Doctor Who license last year, spurring many to wonder what their plans with the franchise would be. As it turns out, their plan is to have two books based on the space-travelling Time Lord, both of which have been announced today.
TweetWith the upcoming release of the thoroughly Beat-approved series Numbercruncher in trade, Titan Comics have shared a trailer video with us that catches people up on the book. The series – by Si Spurrier, PJ Holden, Jordie Bellaire and Simon Bowland - was pretty well acclaimed by everyone, so if you missed it first time round, […]
TweetAmongst the many pieces featured in the relaunched A1 Annual this year is FROGS from Jim Steranko. Originally published in COMIXSCENE #3 in April 1973, FROGS is a experiment in storytelling, in which Steranko sets out 48 identically-sized panels which tell a story in whatever order they are read. FROGS requires the reader to choose their own pattern […]
TweetThe A1 Annuals first launched in 1989, a collection of new and old material featuring creators from all across the world of comics – from Alan Moore and Grant Morrison to Joe Kubert and Dave McKean. The A1 Annuals established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, a curation of intelligent and challenging comics […]
TweetTitan Comics, hearing about Tharg’s earlier visit, decided to also pop round for some tea and biscuits, and also handed me some paper. This time though, the paper was a first look – nobody else in the bally WORLD has seen these yet – at the preview for Numbercruncher #3 from Si Spurrier, PJ Holden, […]
TweetTitan continue to tease and promote their comics with a series of unique and different bits of media. With today seeing the release of It Came! #1, the first issue of Dan Boultwood’s 1950′s sci-fi film pastiche comedy, they’ve unveiled the front cover of 1948′s edition of The Trumpington Bugle newspaper.
TweetOne of the things heard most frequently this weekend online was ‘why is there no comic news coming out of SDCC’? You mean aside from the masses and masses of comics news which came out of the convention, right? The Beat covered basically every single comics company you can imagine, and we’ve still got a […]
TweetComing this November, Titan Comics have announced that they’ll be collecting together Chris Claremont and John Bolton’s series Marada The She Wolf. This will be the first time that the series has ever been collected in full, and will come with restored artwork from Bolton as well as concept sketches and other artwork.
TweetTitan Comics have really impressed with their creative and strange promotional tactics. From issuing military files which explained the details of their series ‘Chronos Commandos’ (complete with redactions and compromised photos) to the fake movie trailer for Dan Boultwood’s ‘It Came’, they’ve been trying some really fun and different things. Their latest bit of trickery […]