We like to I’ve away a good prize here at GYCO. Over on our Twitter we’ve just launched our latest competition to giveaway and Batman the Animated Series, DC Collectibles poster. There are also some DC Comics and GYCO badges up for grabs.
To enter simply follow @getyourcomic on and retweet the competition including the hashtag #BTAS. All the details are in the tweet below.
MCM London is getting closer and closer. We’re already deep in to making our plans for the weekend. We still love to hear from you if you are attending the convention as an industry member. You can fill out our contact form here and we’ll find a minute to sit down and chat comics, artistry or cosplay with you.
MCM has announced that photo-op ticket will go on sale this Friday (14th September) at midday. You can check out the ever growing list of special guests, including the cast of Shadow Hunters and several Power Rangers, here.
Set your alarms! ⏰ MCM London Comic Con photo-op tickets are going on sale at 12 noon on Friday 14th!
MCM Comic Con London is right around the corner. The event will be taking place at London’s Excel on 26th, 27th and 28th October with tickets on sale now.
We’ll be attending the show throughout the weekend and we’d love to feature as many of the artists and indie comics in attendance as we can. If you would be interested in sitting down with us for a quick chat either on camera or just in print we’d like to hear from you.
Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch about meeting up for a chat and featuring some of your artwork!
We’re gearing up to record our first GYCO pod cast and what better topic for our first episode that Batman!
You’ve been sending us your Batman stories via social media but we’d love to hear from more of your. If you could take a couple of minutes to fill out this quick survey we’ll try and get your story in the podcast!
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After several months of setting up the story and introducing comic readers to the characters laid out in the last game of the ‘Tomb Raider‘ franchise we’re now seeing Gail Simone and her crew get to the crux of our story to the stage where this issue has an air of finality about it… READ MORE
Back again with another genre-bending issue is the brilliant ‘Batman Eternal‘ which really is becoming the title to pick up each month when my subscriptions arrive, I only wish my subscriptions came every week! READ MORE
With my review of issue#28 (here) I talked about how the writers of this book have almost written themselves into a complicated time travel, alternate future corner which is going to be incredibly difficult to write their way out of. Now here we Are discussing issue #29 and the writers are beginning to do exactly that by moving the story in to a final conclusion in the battle with young Xavier’s Brotherhood first introduced in the ‘Battle of the Atom‘ arc… READ MORE
This issue the ensemble nature of ‘Batman Eternal‘ is pushed even further to the forefront as a flashback story tells of a Deacon and his cult in Gotham; Corrigan and Batwing continue to struggle with demons in Arkham, Harper and Red Robin and Sergei Alexandrov in Tokyo and finally Alfred and Julia Pennyworth in Wayne Manor… READ MORE
Art by Mikel Janin, Guillermo Ortego & Juan Castro
Cover by Mikel Janin
After a successful transition from Nightwing to Agent 37 in issue #1 (checkout our review here!) Seeley continues to write a strong story for Dick Grayson with issue #2 by bringing in more of the emotional side of the story to balance out the spy drama however there’s perhaps a little too much thrown at completely new readers with little knowledge of the lead character for longtime fans to enjoy… READ MORE
Variant cover by Cameron Stewart & Nathan Fairbairn
Following up from a very solid issue #1 (reviewed here!) Pfeifer and Rocafort are back with a second issue which continues to push the concept of heroes in a social media world whilst upping the stakes for the titular heroes… READ MORE
It’s time to take a short break from the dungeons of Arkham and the lights of Tokyo to spend some time catching up with the Bats: Man, Girl and Woman plus Red Hood, Lieutenant Bard and former-Commissioner Gordon in issue #18… READ MORE
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