Tag Archive: neil gaiman

Mar 16 2015

Behind The Panels Issue 133 – The Graveyard Book (Live at Good Games Hurstville)

Welcome to Behind The Panels Issue 133, the comic book show that’s coming to you live from Good Games Hurstville. In this issue, there’s more gravy than grave about us as we dip into Bill and Ted, Southern Cross, Postal, The Walking Dead and more in What We’ve Been Reading and Watching. THEN we recast the Marvel …

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Nov 12 2013

‘The Sandman: Overture’ #2 delayed from December to February

CBR is reporting that the bi-monthly The Sandman: Overture #2 has been delayed from December 2013 until February 2014. Given the outstanding quality of the first issue in the series, this just makes the wait all the more painful. The Sandman: Overture #1 debuted at #8 in the October sales charts, with estimated sales of …

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Oct 30 2013

Review: The Sandman Overture #1

Neil Gaiman’s highly anticipated return to The Sandman marks a revival of the Vertigo line, and some of the most stunning art you’ll see this year. It’s hard to believe that it has been 25 years since the debut of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, one of the author’s first seminal works and the flagship of …

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Jul 06 2013

Milo Manara covers ‘Guardians of the Galaxy #5’ in Angela

Marvel has released a variant cover showcasing Milo Manara doing what he does best: drawing scantily clad women doing stuff.

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Jul 02 2013

DC/Vertigo releases details of 6 new titles, adds ‘Suiciders’, ‘Coffin Hill’, ‘The Witching Hour’

Following yesterday’s announcement via the New York Times of six new Vertigo titles coming up before the end of the year, the official DC Comics blog has now unveiled the remaining unannounced titles – Coffin Hill from Caitlin Kittredge and Inaki Miranda, Suiciders from Lee Bermejo and The Witching Hour, a new anthology that promises …

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Jul 01 2013

Vertigo debuts new series in October 2013: ‘The Sandman: Overture’, ‘Hinterkind’, ‘The Discipline’ and ‘The Dead Boy Detectives’

Speaking with The New York Times, Vertigo executive editor Shelly Bond spoke of rebuilding and rebranding the DC Comics imprint, a line that has been struggling over the last few years. With DC’s main line relaunching in its entirety in 2011, the company revealed four new titles for October that hope to increase attention on the …

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May 10 2013

Marvel reveals Joe Quesada’s Angela for Age of Ultron

Not too long ago, it was announced that Marvel’s current “event” Age of Ultron #10 would have the controversial appearance of Neil Gaiman’s Angela, in an issue co-written by the prolific author and series writer Brian Michael Bendis. It was an odd move considering the recent legal wrangling between Todd MacFarlane and Gaiman over the rights to …

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Mar 27 2013

Behind The Panels Issue 51 – The Deep

In this issue, what the hell is going on at DC as everyone exits and Jon Stewart might be dead. Neil Gaiman and Brian Michael Bendis together at last, the Dark Knight Rises 60s style, Thomas Jane promotes banned substances andthe Pope just might be Batman.  THEN cameos galore in Marvel movies, Aquaman is a …

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Nov 13 2011

Behind The Panels (beta) Issue 3 – The Sandman

Hosted By: David McVay & Richard Gray This week, we discuss the latest news from the world of comics including comic book sales figures, Fear Itself 7.1, Julie Taymor sues Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark, DC Back Ups and much more. We also have our first official book club review, this week we discuss issues …

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