Tag Archive: Brian K. Vaughan

Jul 07 2015

Behind The Panels Issue 147 – We Stand On Guard #1

Welcome to issue 147 of BEHIND THE PANELS, the comic book show that is ever vigilant in the fight against motivation. In this issue, Grant Morrison announces he’ll write the origin story of Klaus Kinski. No wait, sorry. That’s “Klaus”. Grant Morrison is writing about Santa Claus. ALSO Marvel announces 45 new #1 issues for after …

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Jul 03 2015

Image Expo 2015: Gallery of highlights and announcements

The second IMAGE EXPO for 2015 brought with it a slew of massive announcements for the publisher, including a look at their upcoming slate of new creator-owned titles, publications, licences and other releases. Held on Thursday, it was opened by a keynote address from publisher Eric Stephenson. “There is no one-size-fits-all approach to what we do,” offered …

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Jun 02 2015

Behind The Panels Issue 144 – The Private Eye

Welcome to BEHIND THE PANELS Issue 144, the comic book show that should never reveal its browser history. In this issue, “The New 52 is dead! Long live the Multiverse!” as Richard attempts to explain the end of Convergence to the Davids. ALSO the One Million Moms group has urged Fox not to screen Lucifer. Either …

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Feb 03 2015

Pull List: Comics to read in February 2015

In a world where money is shorter supply than quality comics, you must choose your new investments carefully every month.  All throughout 2015, we will pick the books every month that we think are probably worth having a look at. We’re not saying you have to look at all of them, but they are a good …

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Mar 25 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 93 – Doctor Strange: The Oath

Welcome to Issue 93 of Behind the Panels, the comic book show that travelled the world looking for a cure, and all we got was this lousy t-shirt. In this issue, DC has another crack at a war comic, and Brian Michael Bendis unleashes more Spider-men. THEN Fox expands its own Marvel Cinematic Universe with …

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Nov 01 2013

Graphic Bits Reviews: Cataclysm #0.1, Damian: Son of Batman #1, Forever Evil A.R.G.U.S. #1, Green Lantern Annual #2, Infinity #5, The Raven and The Red Death, Saga #15 and X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2

Don’t have time for long reviews of comics? Then check out Graphic Bits: bite sized chunks of comic book goodness designed to get behind the panels and into your hearts. This week (30 October 2013) it’s the beginning of the end in Ultimate Comics: Cataclysm #0.1, and maybe the other way around in Infinity #5. Another ending of sorts can be …

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Oct 09 2013

Review: The Private Eye #4

The Panel Syndicate return with another great glimpse into the future of comic book publishing, and thirty pages worth of reasons to continue investing in tomorrow.  It seemed like a very long wait between the third and fourth issues, broken up by a wonderful 85-page The Making of The Private Eye last month, but as …

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Sep 26 2013

‘Runaways’ may be part of Phase 3 of Marvel Cinematic Universe

As far back as the release of Iron Man, Marvel had announced plans to release a film based on Runaways, based on the Brian K. Vaughan comic of the same name. Iron Man 3 co-writer Drew Peace, in a chat with the Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith (via The Hollywood Reporter) said that while there were definite plans for adapting …

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Sep 09 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 71 – Saga

In this issue, more creators leave DC with the publisher becoming the star of its own villain’s month. Mark Waid buys a comic book store and Vin Diesel saves the Marvel universe. THEN Spider-man: amazing wedding planner? All this, PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick of the Week, Saga (#1 – 12) by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples …

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Sep 08 2013

‘Saga’ dominates the 2013 Harvey Award winners

The winners of the 2013 Harvey Awards were announced at the Baltimore Comic-Con, with Saga the big winner with a whopping 6 awards. Other winners include Hawkeye and the most recent volume of Blacksad: A Silent Hell. Saga‘s six awards made Image the big winner on the night as well, but three creators on Marvel …

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Sep 03 2013

‘Saga’ wins Best Graphic Story at 2013 Hugo Awards

Image Comics’ Saga, by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, has taken out the award for Best Graphic Story at the 2013 Hugo Awards. The World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Awards were announced for the year at a ceremony LoneStarCon 3 in San Antonio, Texas. The toastmaster was Paul Cornell, himself a Hugo winner for his work on …

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