Marco Rudy’s new creator-owned project is funding over on Kickstarter just now and having already been a fan of his previous work, I got the chance to shine a lamp in his face & ask him all about it.
Category Archives: Features
G-Man talks to Tommaso Todesca about Genu
Having recently got a look at the first volume of Genu I caught up with one of it’s creators, Tommaso Todesca (in the middle of the pic above), to get a bit of a background on the book itself.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Scurry
Mac Smith’s eye-catching Scurry was something of a revelation earlier in the year and while it had already been a successful webcomic……getting my hands on the first two volumes was just plain EPIC.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Avengers – Endgame
This year saw the conclusion to Marvel Studios’ Phase 3 run of movies as Avengers: Endgame hit the big screen in a wave of hype, hope & heroes.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Space Captain
Space Captain from Chris Baldie & Michael Park has appeared on my highlights list before but 2019 saw the series reach its end……and what an end that was.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Stand in Your Power
The indie titles I managed to read this year all seemed to be hitting new heights in some way or another but the latest of Rachael Smith’s releases continued her own personal trend for hitting me with a title that sticks in my head.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Retrograde Orbit
Retrograde Orbit by Kristyna Baczynski was an Avery Hill book I felt I’d known about for a while before getting my hands on a copy…..and after reading it……..it became one of the many books I KNOW I should have read sooner. Continue reading
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Doom Patrol
This was another big year for comic book movies but the small screen animated & live-action releases kept hitting new heights with this year’s Doom Patrol raising that bar further than most.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: MCM Scotland
Up until fairly recently I’d only ever been to one or two MCM events and found them to be a bit hit n miss for comics of all things but in the last couple of years that feels like it’s all changed…..but 2019’s Scotland event in Glasgow was something special.
G-Man’s Highlights of 2019: Red Rocket Comet/Glass Hood
With the big two pretty much cornering the market with superhero comics it felt like the indie scene was up against it from the beginning to compete but there are still a few titles out there that can go toe-to-toe with them with relative ease…….up steps Matt Garvey.