We’ve talked about the upcoming comic movie, Pulp before and I’m pretty sure that we’ve showcased a few of their rather funny geek interviews. Well they uploaded a few new ones to their youtube channel this week so if you’ve been enjoying them so far it’s probably time to pop back over to their site and have another look.
The interviews are conducted at genuine comic cons and include a mix of fans and well known faces answering the burning questions that every comic fan needs answered.
You can see all of the videos here.
A good friend of ours (indeed the artistic basis for one of Moon’s central characters) plays the villain in this upcoming British made movie about comic book creators. If you go to cons you may have seen them sneaking about with their cameras and it’s a joy to see that the film is almost ready for release. Here’s the official blurb:
“Tony Leary, the hapless owner of Junk Comics, is gearing up for one last roll of the dice. His new superhero title, The Sodomizer, launches at the International Comic Show. And if life wasn’t complicated enough, Tony is drafted by the police to identify another comic company that is laundering money for a gang of Geordie criminals. Aided by his trusty geek sidekicks, Rick and Keith, Tony must defy the odds if he is to become a real life hero.”
There’s no release date just yet but the movie looks like a tonne of fun. Check out www.pulpthemovie.com for more details.
As many of you know, Steve and I have a couple of new books coming out in November. “Tales of the Fallen” is a set of four one-shot comics based on the Unseen Shadows series of books by Barry Nugent. To celebrate the upcoming release of the comics, we’re going to be previewing one of them each week in October. If you want to be one of the only people in the world to pick up signed copies of Tales of the Fallen you’ll need to buy a ticket to theThought Bubble convention in Leeds so you can be there for the grand launch. Enjoy the previews:
Fragments of Fate
Pete Rogers (Writer), Roy Huteson Stewart (Artist), Paul Mclaren (Lettering)
Mythical artifacts tied to an ancient legend. A demonic cult obsessed with determining destiny. Professor Napoleon Stone’s latest research project is about to take him on a dark and perilous journey into the unknown. Beaten, broken, terrorised and tortured. It’s time to discover what’s worse, being haunted by your past? Or being tormented by your future?
For more information check out Unseen Shadows on the WEB, on FACEBOOK and on TWITTER