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All-Star Superman, by Grant Morrison

Having looked at Watchmen last week, we’re moving on to our first theme of this new New to Comics era; ‘Super-heroes’. And so, the obvious place to start is with the first proper superhero himself… … 1,094 more words

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The Art of Comics

I went to visit the ‘Art of Comics’ exhibition at the Kelvin Grove in Glasgow. The exhibition celebrated the work of Frank Quietly, the world-renowned Scottish comic artist. 64 more words

No. 14 – Unforgiven

Frank Quitely’s Missionary Man cover for Judge Dredd: The Megazine Vol.2 #29 vs. Warner Bros.’ Unforgiven (1992) theatrical poster


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The Gory bells and the Gorbals Vampire

Just south of the river Clyde sits the  Gorbals. The area has a colourful history but here I want to talk about just two of its most famous urban legends- How it got its name (allegedly) and its most famous monster ! 659 more words

DC Direct All-Star Superman 7” figure (2008)

This is the DC Direct 7-inch action figure based on the graphic novel All-Star Superman.  Based on the art of Frank Quietly, the figure has nine points of articulation and comes with a DC Comics logo base.