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News / signed books on the BBC
« on: 10 July, 2018, 01:12:52 pm »
Interesting article, with a good few paragraphs about Bryan and Mary Talbot towards the end.

Announcements / New mini-series under Battle banner
« on: 03 June, 2018, 12:15:02 pm »
Battle Rebellion - Sniper Elite: Resistance

Would that make it the first release under the Battle logo since the 1980s (early 1990s)?

[size=0px]Coming in August: Sniper Elite: Resistance[/size]
[size=0px]Three-issue US-format mini-series based on the global bestselling videogame series lands in August![/size]
[size=0px]Based on the global bestselling videogame, Sniper Elite: Resistance is the brand new comic book from Rebellion.[/size]
[size=0px]This high-octane three-issue US-format mini-series, written by Keith Richardson and with art from Patrick Goddard, goes on sale 29th August ($3.99).[/size]
[size=0px]Sniper Elite: Resistance is an adrenaline-fuelled thrill-ride set during the darkest days of World War Two - a sure fire hit for gamers and comic book readers alike![/size]
[size=0px]In occupied France, Allied Special Operations Executive hero Karl Fairburne parachutes into the town of Angouleme in a bid to stop the shipment of a new German anti-aircraft weapon - the situation is more complex, and dangerous, than he could ever have imagined.[/size]
[size=0px]The first issue has two equally-orderable variants by Goddard and Sniper Elite videogame artist Edouard Groult![/size]
[size=0px]Sniper Elite: Resistance will be available from all good comic book stores - order using Diamond codes JUN181949 (Goddard cover) and JUN181950 (Groult variant cover).[/size]

Classifieds / north london
« on: 23 May, 2018, 01:01:34 pm »
Not my collection, but when I was in Mega-City Comics in Camden yesterday they mentioned that they'd just had a collection in, sans Prog 1, that had just been priced up - £1 for most progs, rising to £5 for selected early ones, with prog 2 higher.

News / Judge Dredd (1995)
« on: 29 April, 2018, 03:12:27 pm »
...is on Sony Movie Channel tonight at 21:00.

News / Michael Fleisher
« on: 14 March, 2018, 10:01:11 pm »
Michael Fleisher, 75, best known for his comics in the US, but also one-time script droid.  He passed away on 2 February, though the news has only emerged in the last 24 hours.

Announcements / Strontium Dog Miniatures Game
« on: 23 February, 2018, 12:51:34 pm »
Did this get mentioned yet?

Coming soon from Warlord Games, with input from Gav Thorpe.

First glimpse of Simon Bisley's art on forthcoming Joe Pineapples story - don't know why but I'd supposed it was going to be black and white...

Film & TV / The Man in the High Castle
« on: 12 February, 2018, 02:14:42 pm »
Only just managed to catch this series - two down and a third series (sorry, season) on its way this year.

Can't find any thread about it, but the first series was about three years ago or more.

It's been a fair time since I read the book (nearly twenty years) so can't remember how close an adaptation it is - don't remember the antique dealer at all, but Rackle has read the first few chapters since we watched the series and he's in there right from the beginning. 

General / grognard podcast gw jd rpg
« on: 21 January, 2018, 05:45:08 pm »
I don't think this has been posted on the forum yet.  While we're waiting for the upcoming WOIN Judge Dredd and the Worlds of 2000AD roleplaying game, here's a recent podcast interviewing Marc Gascoigne:
Armchair Adventurer - says 'part 1', so I'll try to remember to update this thread when part 2 comes out.

Website and Forum / News to Reviews
« on: 19 January, 2018, 09:32:55 pm »
Any chance that 'news' threads about forthcoming releases can be moved to reviews once the thing (comic, novel, film, etc) actually comes out?  I'm thinking in particular of the My Life in the Command Centre threads, of which I think there were three - the one I started was because I couldn't find anything in reviews, despite being sure I'd seen a thread earlier (turns out it was in news, because at the time it was).

p.s. please!

General / Dark Justice / Dominion / The Torture Garden
« on: 12 January, 2018, 12:01:04 am »
After waiting two years post-Chaos Day, I must confess I was a little disappointed by Dark Justice.  It looked great and was a competent story, nice world-building.  But we'd been told that Wagner had sworn off of writing more Dark Judges but was only swayed when he saw a particular painting by Staples, and that this had sparked an idea.  As I say, two years, hype and expectations meant that to me it was a good story, but not a great one. 

However, with the conclusion of Dominion and the promise of The Torture Garden to come it's getting much more interesting, taking the three as a whole.  The main strength, of course, is that outside of Mega-City One, anything could happen.  With The Fall of Deadworld we know with near certainty that sooner or later all the living characters are going to die at some point (barring trans-dimensional or possibly off-planet escape).  The only characters here can easily live or die without causing any continuity or logistics headaches with other stories (as long as they keep away from Badrock!)

Now, how long will we have to wait for The Torture Garden?

Film & TV / Britannia
« on: 08 January, 2018, 09:54:13 pm »
I don't have a TV, so usually only binge watch while house-sitting, which we did this Christmas/New Year.  Trailers for Britannia seemed to appear at every second ad break - anyone else like the look of this?

trailer, with blood, violence and swears.

News / 25 Years of Rebellion
« on: 04 December, 2017, 12:47:32 pm »
Metro: 25 years of Rebellion.

Interestingly, the following quote from Jason (referring to the Rebellion era, obviously - not the half a million or more early IPC days):
Flatteringly, we’ve got more readers than ever, we’re releasing content digitally now so we’re reaching a much broader audience worldwide.

Also - In noticed there was an early adventure gamebook, illustrated by Jon Davis - any relation to Jon Davis-Hunt?

Rackle and me went to this today:

The 9th Annual Sci-Fi & Action Exhibition comes to Moyse’s Hall Museum!

Bringing a taste of Hollywood to the region with screen-used props, screen accurate replicas, original artwork and much more from the world of Sci-Fi & Action including Dr Who, Marvel, DC comics and others!

This year’s exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of two iconic Sci-Fi brands;
Star Wars, and the UKs most ground-breaking comic, 2000AD.

See screen-used costumes!
•   Wolverine’s ‘adamantium’ claws as worn by Hugh Jackman in ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’ (2006), and Halle Berry’s Storm costume from ‘X-Men’ film (2000).
•   Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s uniform worn by Patrick Stewart in the hit TV series, ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ (Season 1 & 2).
•   Karl Urban’s hero costume from ‘Dredd (2012)’.

Launch Weekend - 21 & 22 October
•   Meet the galaxy’s most feared Bounty Hunter - Boba Fett - as actor Jeremy Bulloch will be joining us for the Launch weekend, signing for fans and chatting about his time in the original saga. (Additional charge for autographs)
•   Take photos with our team of cosplayers, feel free to come dressed up yourself!
•   LEGO build area and competitions

Events & activities

Drop-in workshops
Tuesday 24 October: 11am - 12pm, 2pm - 3pm
Friday 27 October: 11am, 12pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm (duration 45 mins)
Please note, there may be a small additional charge for some workshops

Meet a Stormtrooper
Wednesday 25 October: 11am - 3pm
Meet TK 335 and see what equipment and life is like trooping for the Empire!

Sci-Fi trail
Complete the trail around the museum for your chance to win a prize!

Keep an eye on the website and social media for details of other events and activities throughout the exhibition!

Dates: Sat 21 October - Sun 26 November
Times: Mon–Sat – 10am-5pm (last entry 4pm), Sun 12-4pm (last entry 3pm)
Sunday 22 & 29 Oct & 26 Nov opening times 10am–5pm (last entry 4pm)
Tickets: Adults £5, Concessions £3, Family Ticket £15 (5 people, min 1 adult, min 1 paying child), Heritage Ticket holders FOC
Booking: Not required
Venue: Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds

News / Judges!
« on: 04 October, 2017, 05:52:50 pm »
Abaddon Books announces brand new series for 2018: Judges!
In a time of widespread poverty, inequality and political unrest, Eustace Fargo’s controversial new justice laws have come into effect.

Protests and violence meet the first judges as they hit the street to enforce the Law; the cure, it’s clear is far worse than the disease.

Is this a sign of things to come?

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