What a year it’s been. Here’s my little roundup of 2020. Among the great books released were Something is Killing the Children and The Boys.
DC Comics are producing not one acetate cover, but two acetate covers on each of their main titles. At what cost? Standard price. Absolutely brilliant!
Thor is, and has always been, my second favourite comic character/series. Now, Jason Aaron is ending his Thor run with four-issue miniseries King Thor!
The comic community have got together to produce a most magnificent artistic reflection on the tragedy of World War I, titled Traces of the Great War.
Ben Grimm and Alicia masters are to tie the knot in Fantastic Four #5. How the story develops from here will be interesting. Plus Batman: The Damned #1!
The country’s biggest FREE comic (related) convention, Invasion Colchester, was once again a resounding success with the feel good factor palpable.
Biff talks about the surprise release of Robert Kirkman’s new comic series Die! Die! Die!, including his open letter to comic shop customers.
Biff looks at the return of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Universe, Marvel’s new Fantastic Four and X-Men books, Boom Studios’ Black Badge and the upcoming Aliens: Essential Comics collection.
Biff looks at comic publishers producing their own comic catalogues to promote their books in the wake of DC’s new ‘DC Previews’ magazine, and what this could mean for the comic book industry.
This month Biff shares his thoughts on the fallen sales of comic books in 2017 compared to 2016 and looks ahead to some exiciting new series launching in June 2018, including Tony Stark: Iron Man.
This month Biff tells of his experience talking about comics in a local school and of the common incorrect assumptions about comics. Also mentioned – Tom Hart’s beautiful Rosalie Lightning.
This month Biff takes a look at the current political spectrum regarding the NHS and likens it to the comics industry. Plus there are some kind words for Matt Kindt’s ‘Grass Kings’.