While everyone is waiting for the release of the next Marvel’s Spider-Man video game, Titan Books is set to release Marvel’s Spider-Man: Hostile Takeover, an official prequel to the video game by David Liss.
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.
As is customary for high-profile video games nowadays, Assassin’s Creed has branched off into other products, in this case the world of the funny books. Despite my pitiful amount of play-time with the series, I am still a huge fan, probably due to the general concept alone; as such it comes to me to give you the Major Spoilers look at the first few books after the jump.
Press Release Titan Magazines and Skybound are pleased to announce the launch of The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine, based on Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series, best-selling graphic novels and Emmy-winning AMC television series based upon them.
Press Release 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
Press Release 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.
Press Release 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!
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.
Press Release 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
Press Release It’s only two weeks to go until the East Coast extravaganza that is NEW YORK COMIC CON, and we at TITAN BOOKS have been busy plotting and planning to make it our best ever. Con-goers will be able to find us all weekend at BOOTH 2322 – and we have plenty of reasons to stop by and say hello! New York Comic Con is your chance to get your hands on one of Titan’s most anticipated releases ever: ICONS: THE DC COMICS AND WILDSTORM ART OF JIM LEE! Con-goers will be able to bag themselves copies of the
Titan Books has announced it has a new book coming out in February 2010 that goes in depth into the making of the Mark Millar Kick-Ass movie. Kick-Ass: â€˜Creating the Comic, Making the Movieâ€™ Release date: 23/02/10 Publisher: Titan Books (W) Mark Millar, Matthew Vaughn, Jane Goldman (A) John Romita Jr. Features: â€¢ Never-before-seen John Romita Jr. art, including new pages drawn especially for the movie. â€¢ Mark Millar’s early comic book script pages. â€¢ Mark Millar’s own story, tracing the intertwined evolution of the comic and the movie. â€¢ Hundreds of movie photos, sketches, storyboards and pieces of production