Bit late on this one (always forget to post up the Megs), but…
Judge Dredd Megazine 336.
Cover by Lee Garbett.
A one and done Dredd by Rob Williams and Nick Dyer
An interview with Ben Willsher
Part two of the Streets of Dan Francisco by Arthur Wyatt and Paul Marshall
The next installment of American Reaper from Pat Mills and Clint Langley
A Reaper Files from Pat Mills and Fay Dalton which is fucking GORGEOUS
An interview with Mark Hamill
And part three of Insurrection from Dan Abnett and Colin MacNeil
The bundled in “graphic novel” is book one of Black Light
“Razorjack is one of Higgins’ best-kept secrets.”
- Garth Ennis, The Boys, Preacher
FULLY REMASTERED WITH RESTORED ART, ALL-NEW DIALOG AND TWO BRAND-NEW SHORT STORIES OF JOHN HIGGINS ORIGINAL SELF PUBLISHED TALE! RAZORJACK AS YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE!
FROM THE COLORIST OF WATCHMEN • BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE
An infernal dimension of screaming torment – ruling over this domain is queen of carnage Razorjack! All that stands in her path is a pair of rogue cops, whose investigation into a series of horrific serial murders uncovers Razorjack’s existence – and risks the end of Humanity!
“Great work from a great artist.”
- David Lloyd Artist of Nigh Raven, V for Vendetta, Kickback.
“Razorjack is one of his best-kept secrets. If there’s any justice, this new collection should find the audience the story has always deserved.”
- Garth Ennis Writer of Preacher, Punisher, The Boys.
“…I’ve always thought Razorjack was a killer concept. A cosmic horror story of huge scope, breath-taking visuals and insane ambition: unique, wonderful, quintessential John Higgins.”
- Mike Carey Writer of Lucifer, X-Men, Hellblazer, Crossing Midnight.
“Razorjack is exactly the sort of thing I’ve been talking about; doing things new is the point. John Higgins is an innovative and driven artist, constantly looking for the next level, constantly expanding his capabilities.”
- Warren Ellis Writer of The Authority, Planetary, Nextwave, Global Frequency.
“John Higgins sickens me. He can write, pencil, ink and colour all seemingly effortlessly. Had he just perfomed neuro-surgery on a young child this morning too, I would not be at all surprised.”
- Mark Millar Writer of Wanted, The Ultimates, Civil War, Kick-Ass.
This is the ultimate edition of RAZORJACK: remastered for a whole new audience!
Razorjack hits stores on September 18, 2013.
Retailers can order Razorjack from the June edition of Diamond PREVIEWS (order code: JUN131286)
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Written by Al Ewing and with a cover by Pye Parr this new novel is now available from the usual sources.
Here’s the release info :
How does it feel, not being real?
“A disturbing, self-reflective type of brilliance … cross Joe Lansdale with Grant Morrison, and you start to get close to Ewing” – Pornokitsch on Death Got No Mercy
Al Ewing is a writer of extraordinary talent and with his first novel for Solaris, The Fictional Man, his incredible imagination has created a work of disturbing, fascinating insight and power.
In Hollywood, where last year’s stars are this year’s busboys, Fictionals are everywhere. Niles Golan’s therapist is a Fictional. So is his best friend. Fictionals – characters ‘translated’ into living beings for movies and TV using cloning technology – are a part of daily life in LA now. Sometimes the problem is knowing who’s real and who’s not.
Divorced, alcoholic and hanging on by a thread, Niles – author of The Saladin Imperative: A Kurt Power Novel and many others – has been hired to write a big-budget reboot of a classic movie. If he does this right, the studio might bring one of Niles’ own characters to life. But somewhere beneath the movie – beneath the TV show it was inspired by, the children’s book behind that and the story behind that – is the kernel of something important. If he can just hold it together long enough to figure it out…
Having already produced some of the most celebrated work in the shared-worlds fiction of Abaddon Books, this much-anticipated book is being tipped for cross-over success as Ewing lays claim to the legacy of Philip K. Dick while also stamping his own unique vision on the genre.
£7.99 (UK) ISBN 978-1-78108-093-1
$9.99/$12.99 (US & CAN) ISBN 978-1-78108-094-8