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    this interview was done in conjunction with CTG writer, Wes Greer




    Hi Rodney, and thanks for joining us here at Comics: The Gathering.
  • Interview With Artist Karl Mostert


    The Man Himself - Karl Mostert








    If you have read DCeased UNKILLABLES then the name Karl Mostert should ring a bell to you. Karl is the artist who brought all gruesome deaths to life. Based on the amazing work he did in this series; you may not be able to tell that
  • Hi Ollie, thanks for taking the time out to talk with Comics: The Gathering. The first issue of Old Haunts was incredible.

    So where did the inspiration for Old Haunts come from?
     
    I can’t remember if there was an initial Old Haunts inspiration, any single thing that sparked the idea.

    Rob and I had been trying figure out something to co-write for a while and when we were discussing ideas we realised we’d
  • Hi Rob, thanks for taking time out to talk to Comics: The Gathering. I was blown away by the first issue of Old Haunts, the blending of different genres and settings which wouldn’t normally go together produced an incredibly stylish, cinematic comic.


    The first thing which struck me about Old Haunts is how it takes familiar stories and
  • Hi Laurence, Thanks for taking the time to talk to Comics: The Gathering. I was first introduced to your work in the pages of B.P.R.D. and have been a big fan ever since. I even have a couple of prints of your work.

    That’s great. Thank you.

     
    Old Haunts is an
  • Tales of the Golden Age: The Green Lantern
    In Tales of the Golden Age we will look at a story, or character from the Golden Age of Comics. My favourite era of comics.

    It is the 80th anniversary  of the first appearance of Alan Scott the Golden Age Green Lantern. To celebrate today we will take a look at the first story of his adventures. The character of Alan Scott(originally he was going to be called Alan Ladd....Aladdin... get it? but was changed because there was
  • Dark Nights Metal Round Up (Warning Spoiler Heavy...Metal!)



    If you guys have been paying attention to the DC Comics world then
  • DC Comics Dark Nights Death Metal #1 Variant covers



    With the release of Scott Snyder and greg Capullo’s Dark Nights Death Metal #1 just around the corner, many fans are trying to find all the variant and exclusive covers out there to make sure they don’t miss out on any of their favorites so I have thrown together this list of variants for you guys and where you can buy them at before having to go to the bowels of

  • This morning DC Comics officially announced all the new release dates of books that fans have been waiting for that were put on hold due to the COVID-19 outbreak which prompted DC to halt all current titles and postpone them for a later date. DC will be continuing to distribute books to shops using Diamond as well as using two new distributors they have partnered with since Diamond stopped all shipments of new books back in April. Below is the list of all issues and graphic novels that will

  • Hi CP Smith, thanks for taking the time to talk to CTG about Archangel 8. The first thing that struck me when I opened the debut issue was what an incredible and unique look you’ve created for this comic. I love it. It’s raw and gritty, unique, and immediately made this comic stand out for all the right reasons. How much do you tailor your style to match the tone of the comic?
     

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