Tag Archive: Henry Pop

Feb 14 2015

Funko unveils ‘Arrow’ Pop! Vinyl Figures for May 2015

Funko has announced (via the CW Arrow Facebook page) that official ARROW Pop! Vinyl Figures will be released in May 2015. The current line-up includes the Arrow, Deathstroke, Black Canary and an unmasked Oliver Queen. This is exciting news for fans of the CW series, and Green Arrow fans generally. Of the 1000s of vinyl …

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Jan 07 2015

Australian comics, graphic novels and events that excite us in 2015: Part 1

After compiling a list of the comics and graphic novels that excited us in 2015, we noted a handful of Australian comics that had been on the horizon for a while. However, we knew that we’d missed a few Australians in the process, and wanted to capture the sheer amount of work that goes into …

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Oct 29 2013

Local Focus: The List

As one of the first Australian graphic novels to be optioned for an international feature film, Paul Bedford‘s The List is a significant chapter for the local comic book scene. It’s certainly made a splash here in Australia, where Bedford’s regular appearances at conventions and book stores have helped push the book into the buyer’s …

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Aug 05 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 67 – The List

In this issue, a classic DC character flashes Arrow and Samuel Jackson lays furious vengeance on Colin Firth. THEN Australian comics take on the US industry, while everybody else comes to Sydney as GRAPHIC and Oz Comic-Con announce line-ups. PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick of the Week: The List by Paul Bedford and Henry Pop, with very …

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Jul 04 2013

Behind the Panels Video One-Shot – The Paul Bedford Interview

Australia’s Paul Bedford is the author of the psychological horror graphic novel The List, released last year after 5 years in development. The massive success of the book has led to the film rights to the graphic novel being optioned, one of the only Australian comics to receive that honour. We caught up with Paul …

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