TO THE DEATH – EPISODE 16

January 25, 2017

The end is nigh, as To The Death Episode 16, “The End of the World As We Know It”, goes LIVE and available to download/view WORLDWIDE. What can we say, except OMG. Bloody and downright vicious doesn’t quite cover it. Dryagin and White Noise vs The Dolmen, Scourge Unit vs Killatoa. The bodies… start to pile up. Inevitably, Simon Furman and Geoff Senior did all the dirty work. http://to-the-death.com/episodes/

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BANBURY COMIC CON – JAN 28TH!

January 20, 2017

The TO THE DEATH roadshow hits the road for the first time in 2017, with both myself and Geoff Senior guests at the Banbury Comic, Film and TV Convention on Saturday January 28th. We’ll be handing out FREE signed To The Death stuff, as well as a shed-load of other goodies (such as Transformers/Death’s Head posters, script/comic packs, comics, prints and more) for sale at the event. You might even get Geoff to do a one-off sketch of your favourite character just for you! Come along and meet the co-creators of Death’s Head, Dragons Claws and of course To The Death. https://www.facebook.com/events/865532770249327/banconposternewest


TO THE DEATH EPISODE 15 – LIVE

January 18, 2017

To The Death Episode 15, “Assault on a Cloudscraper” (from Simon Furman and Geoff Senior) is now LIVE and ready to download/view – AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE. The two-pronged do or die (most likely the latter) assault on the Triumvirate’s Hub Cloudscraper begins, but the heads of Arms, Entertainment and Energy didn’t get where they are today without laying in a contingency plan or two. Meanwhile, Diamond Bill goes ballistic in an attempt to liberate Dryagin’s wife and son, and all manner of other stuff kicks off big-time. If you think it’s been visceral and violent so far… you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. ALL EPISODES are still available to view/download, so it’s not too late to catch up on the hottest sci-fi saga since Fahrenheit 451. And Episode 1 is FREE-TO-VIEW. http://to-the-death.com/episodes/

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WE CAME WE SAW WE SIGNED

January 15, 2017

Thanks to everyone who made it down for yesterday’s Transformers: The Definitive G1 Collection signing in London, and special thanks to Steve White& Elise Windmill (both Hachetters) for organising it and Orbital Comics (and James Wilson in particular) for hosting the event. Great to see so many people turn out to get their copies of Target: 2006, Stormbringer and The Primal Scream signed. Left to right below: Jeff AndersonGeoff SeniorSimon FurmanLee SullivanStephen Baskerville and John-Paul Bove – stalwart signers all. http://www.transformerscollection.com

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TODAY!

January 14, 2017

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TO THE DEATH 14 – IS NOW LIVE!

January 11, 2017

To The Death Episode 14: “… Plan for the Worst.” is now LIVE and available to view/download – wherever you are in the world. As Simon Furman and Geoff Senior‘s future shocker enters its final phase, Dryagin tries to take back the initiative, sending Diamond Bill on a desperate solo mission. Meanwhile, Dryagin himself sticks his head fully into the lion’s den – the very beating heart of the Triumvirate – knowing full well it’s a one way trip, and the members of Scourge unit prepare for a daredevil assault. The breathless action will leave you panting for more, and that’s an iron-clad, metal-jacketed guarantee! And remember, Episodes 1-13 are still available to view/download either by subscription or individually, with Episode 1 FREE-TO-VIEW. http://to-the-death.com/episodes/

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TRANSFORMERS: THE DEFINITIVE G1 COLLECTION REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL PART 4

January 5, 2017

Bonus materials! Yes – each volume comes with all-new background material created especially for the Definitive Collection. Plenty of behind-the-scenes action with the likes of ‘Meanwhile, in the Offices of Marvel UK’ and ‘Creating The IDW-Verse’, plus Sketchbooks, Cover Galleries, Commentaries, Character Profiles, Story So Fars and more. With new input from the likes of me, Chris Ryall, Andrew WildmanE.j. SuJames Roberts and many others, and in-depth creator profiles, each collection (as well as being part of the whole) is very much its own self-contained entity (with a contextual introduction). Where possible, we’re sourcing visual materials to go along with these features that are exclusive to the DefG1 collection – like Ted McKeever’s art for an early iteration of Hearts of Steel, part of my original pitch for RG1, or unseen Andrew Wildman cover sketch variants. We’re layering on the extra value with a trowel!

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