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Michael Turner Monday - Soulfire

Thought we’d kick off this week with some more spectacular art work from Michael Turner’s Soulfire.

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Popculthq #Giveaway Time!! Michael Turner Variant Cover Signed by Fiona Avery!

Want a chance to win this pretty kickass variant comic book? Well here is a new Popculthq.com giveaway for the month of April! This exclusive variant cover to “No Honor” #1 was done by Michael Turner (RIP Michael) and signed by Fiona Avery the writer and creator of the No Honor series from Image Comics. 38 more words

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The Uniter Volume 69 - Issue 25

For visual arts I spoke with a local artist who happens to be homeless and has his art on display in the Exchange for the rest of the month. 15 more words

Preview: Soulfire: Sourcebook #1


Hannibal Tabu — Writer
Michael Turner – Art / Peter Steigerwald – Colors

Your journey into the SOULFIRE Universe begins here!

Aspen’s best-selling Soulfire series has celebrated over 10 years of exciting adventures, and now fans and new readers alike can explore even more of Michael Turner’s magical journey with the first-ever MICHAEL TURNER’S SOULFIRE: SOURCEBOOK! 69 more words


Aspen Announces Fathom: Blue

Aspen Comics has announced Fathom: Blue, an all-new team book set within the familiar Fathom universe written by Vince Hernandez with art by newcomer… 184 more words


Aspen Comics Announces New Team Book, Fathom: Blue.

Aspen Comics is pleased to announce Fathom: Blue, an all-new team book set within the familiar Fathom universe written by Vince Hernandez (Fathom: Kiani, Damsels in Excess) with art by newcomer Claudio Avella and colors by Erick Arciniega (Soulfire). 477 more words


Michael Turner is the answer to one of many problems at Fulham

It’s pretty hard to make a good first impression when you are a centre-back. It’s even harder when you’re a centre-back at Fulham.

But, for what it’s worth, Michael Turner had an exemplary début in Saturday’s tie at Sheffield Wednesday, looking assured, composed and, most importantly, like he knew what he was doing. 443 more words