Drop dead before the shelfes: The Walking Dead Game

Thousands of games have been released in the gaming industry in the past decade. Among them is another release issued by Telltale Games: "The Walking Dead" – designed for XBOX, PlayStation and PC. Originally Created as a comic book, Kirkmans story has made it into television before it join...


May the 4th be with you: Dark Horse announces next year's free comic books!

It's going to take almost another six months so that's a lot of time to get excited about America's mega event of next year: In 2013, May the 4th be with you for Free Comic Book Day! So get ready! Today Dark Horse announced their titles: Ever selling series "Star Wars" will provide i...


MIKE MIGNOLA is back: Hellboy in Hell!

It hasn’t been long since we were asked to write neat tombstone inscrptions for one of our most favourite and strangest heroes: Hellboy died and now – he’s gone. Or rather: has dropped into Hell. A mysterious experience you are now invited to join. Mike Mignola returns to art with „Hel...


Making of a Remake: Michel Vaillant "Work in Progress"

How do you "make" a comic book? Dedicated fans are in on the secrets, but still it's quite fascinating to see it done step by step. The latest album of Michel Vaillant – #71 "Work in Progress" – allows racer fans (and others) to take an excellent peek behind the scenes an gives a great acc...


Colonial style murders: LOUISIANA - a mystery game

Which fan of crime and mystery comic books wouldn't want to take on the role of an undercover FBI agent once in a while? And if you are one of them: good for you! A series of brutally staged and bizarre murders in the South's most mysterious city – New Orleans – are about to raise a lot of...


Behold the Truth: "Steps towards the light" by Bruno Marchand

Bruno Marchand’s graphic novel "Quelques pas vers la lumiere" will be published by All Verlag under the German title "SCHRITTE INS LICHT" ("Steps towards the light"), in December 2012. Belgian comic artist Bruno Marchand closely follows the personal story of a young Parisian girl, Marianne...


Romano Molenaar

Dutch comic book artist Romano Molenaar is mostly famous for his work on "Storm" togehter with colorist Jorg De Vos. When he took over Don Lawrence's famous sci-fi series in 2006 he actually quit his daytime job to focus on his new task. Born in The Hague in 1971, Molenaar has been hired b...


Flash drives extraordinaire: "Batman" vs. "BANE"

Mimoco's latest release preceding the 2012 blockbuster: "The Dark Knight Rises" and "BANE" flash drives. Gotham City may be the most unpleasant and aggravating place: As long as Batman will protect your data nothing can go wrong. Well except, maybe, if you encounter his rather vicious enem...


Apocalypse then: Brian Wood's "The Massive"

Last time I spent more than 5 hours on a ship I got seasick. A bunch of crazy English girls were celebrating their all night-hen-party while a force 9 wind was rocking the boat. I have never again set foot on such a vessel since and THIS is the only perspective from which I can still bear...


Death cult and sugar icings – Our ancestors' dust

Felix Pestemer (* December 31, 1974, Braunschweig) lives and works in Berlin. He studied art in Berlin and illustration in Barcelona and Mexico City. His work is a skillful mélange of both disciplines. "Der Staub der Ahnen" (Dust of the Ancestors) is his debut in the comic world and most p...


Lights on! Say “Hi!” to Chuppi

I always envied people for their really cool stuff. Like everybody interesting has one of these designer lamps – what’s the name? “Lava Lamps”!!! And “Space Projectors”! MATHMOS, 1963 inventor of the lava lamp and other famous “lightshows” has now teamed up with Sheffield based graphic ar...


Another way to the "Classics": Drama "light"

DRAMA LIGHT is a Berlin based group of comic and illustrating artist on a "literary mission". Their goal, to connect "The Arts" has brought about a quite impressive project: several classics of literature have been transformed into a series of 24-page comic books each presenting well known...


Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein – "It's Alive!"

Some classics never die and "Frankenstein's Monster" is one of them. And could anyone imagine a comic book artist better suited to take on Mary Shelly's creation than Bernie Wrightson? Nope. Bernard Albert "Berni(e)" Wrightson was born October 27, 1948 in Dundalk, Maryland and today he is...


"Shield your brain!" – Mind MGMT

"Akira meets Heart of Darkness." Matt Kindt has finally released his new comic book series "MIND MGMT" at Dark Horse! Meru, a young journalist stumbles upon the incredible secrets of a Mind Management Program of psychic spies while she investigates "The Bear" – which turns out to be "a Sov...


Frank Miller's Sin City

Those who saw it on screen in 2005 will agree: Sin City is a masterpiece when it comes to film-comic adaptions. Frank Miller and director Robert Rodriguez successfully transformed the unique aesthetics of Miller's artwork in a way few comic-film projects manage. By using the comic book’s d...