Many of us would like to have super powers. But what if they were acquired through a sexually transmitted disease? Oh, and after contracting the virus you only have six months to live. That’s the premise behind Death Sentence, a new series, originally printed in Clint magazine, coming out in October from Titan Books. Major Spoilers has your advanced look.
From British creators Roger Gibson and Vince Danks, Harker: The Book of Solomon collects the first complete storyline from the acclaimed independent comics series Harker, a wittily crafted homage to classic television detective series that follows the homicide investigations of Detective Chief Inspector Harker and his assistant, DS Critchley.
Titan Books has released its schedule of events for the San Diego Comic-Con, taking place next week.
Hard Case Crime, the award-winning line of mystery novels from editor Charles Ardai and publisher Titan Books, announced today that in February 2013 it would publish SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT, a hardboiled detective novel inspired by the 1950s witch-hunt against crime and horror comic books. Written by best-selling novelist Max Allan Collins (author of Road to Perdition and long-time scripter of the Dick Tracy newspaper comic strip) and featuring 16 pages of interior illustrations by comic-book artist Terry Beatty (Batman, The Phantom), SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT tells the story of comic book industry troubleshooter Jack Starr and his investigation into the death of a moralizing crusader out to get violent comics banned.
Titan Books has announced the upcoming release of The Simon & Kirby Library: Crime, a collection of crime comics by the Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
Titan Books has announced the publication of The Complete Flash Gordon Library. Compiling every strip and every story, this series of restored full-color hardcover volumes will showcase the action and artistry that thrilled audiences for decades.
The final countdown has begun for SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2011. Here at THE TITAN BOOTH, things are gearing up for a great Con, with guest favorites, amazing show exclusives, and an enviable prize draw on Booth 5537!
Titan Comics and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are pleased to announce the U.S. launch of the Family Guy comic series, based on the award-winning hit animated TV show from the mind of Seth MacFarlane.
There are few disadvantages to living in the United States, one of them is the lack of access to European comics. During the 1950s and continuing until the 1980s, British newspapers ran syndicated adaptations of Ian Flemings James Bond tales. Those strips have been collected in single volumes, and now Titan Books is collecting those into giant volumes.
New York Comic Con-goers stood in line for hours to secure a copy of the limited edition of Icons: The DC Comics and Wildstorm Art of Jim Lee – the most buzz-worthy, sought-after book of the convention! Now, due to unprecedented demand across the globe, Jim Lee and Titan Books are offering comics fans one more chance to bag themselves this lavish exclusive edition.
These numbered, extremely limited volumes are signed on a bound-in page by Jim Lee. Presented in a sleek slipcase, each edition boasts a variant dust jacket and a breathtaking rare Jim Lee Batman art print. While limited stocks last, copies of this spectacular volume are being sold exclusively by Titan Books on Amazon.com: http://tinyurl.com/JimLeeLimitedEdition
Acclaimed comic book illustrator JIM LEE was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1964. Today, Lee is the co-publisher of DC Comics and the artist for many of DC Comics’ bestselling comic books and graphic novels, including Dark Knight: Boy Wonder, Batman: Hush, and Superman: For Tomorrow. He also serves as the executive creative director for the upcoming DC Universe Online videogame from Sony Online Entertainment. He resides in La Jolla, California, with his wife Carla, their seven kids, three cats and a dog.
Titan Comics is pleased to announce the return of Lenore, the cute little dead girl, with the release of issue #2 of Roman Dirge’s cult comic, Lenore!
“He loved with a love that was more than love.”
After years of shocking physical and mental abuse, extreme violence and unnecessary brutality it looks as if Mr. Gosh’s feelings of unrequited love for Lenore have finally turned? Only time and the twisted creative genius of Roman Dirge can tell.
If you’re at the New York Comic Con today, be sure to stop by the Titan booth (#2322) and pick up the convention exclusive cover to Torchwood Comic #4.
Torchwood #4 includes part two of the epic Ianto storyline, ‘Shrouded’, written by Ianto actor himself Gareth David-Lloyd and drawn by Pia (Y the Last Man) Guerra. It sees the confrontation between Ianto and a mysterious time-traveling female criminal…
The cover is done by British artist, Paul Grist and is available only at the convention – that is until it appears on eBay later today, or possibly first thing Monday morning.