With all of the 80s nostalgia taking place, you might have forgotten about the 80s animated series Robotech. Combining three unrelated anime series (The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber MOSPEADA), Robotech was a cross-media sensation, emerging not only as an animated series, but a 1986 feature film, a toy line, role-playing game, novelizations, and of course comic books. Previous publishers of Robotech comics are DC, Comico, Eternity, Academy, Antarctic, Wildstorm and Dynamite. This summer, Titan gets added to that list.
Of the never ending sea of Superhero books, it’s refreshing to see a classic property getting some attention. Robotech is one book i’m most excited for and with that, check out the new trailer below! Plus we have the first few pages as well. Enjoy! Titan Comics is pleased to share with you a brand-new teaser
This is one book i'm personally excited for. While I do have Super Hero burnout, this will fill that need to read! I love it when older properties get that "fresh" look so I will be giving this a shot. For now, check out cover A as revealed from ComicsPro this past weekend.
The first press release that we received from Titan Comics about Peepland left us a little perplexed about how to handle it. We've reviewed more mature material here before, and our editorial policy is to keep the site as family-friendly as possible. We find even censoring content as minimally as possible distasteful, as it can obstruct the artistic vision of the creators. It also puts us in the position of enforcing our moral code upon other people who may not share it, being either more or less conservative in their definition of "objectionable."
One the licensed properties that Titan Comics has explored the expanded world for is the Assassin's Creed franchise. In Last Descendants - Locus, we see the ancestor of Victorian London. The good part of the comics is getting these looks into eras that the games have not yet explored. Titan Comics has sent us preview pages for Assassin's Creed: Last Decendants #1. Check them out the look for it in your local comic shop on September 21.
We looked at the preview pages illustrated by Junko Mizuno and were hooked. Sometimes our e-mail gets press releases that impress us and this was one of them. I am going to let the preview art speak for itself. However, Titan Comics has a press release, so we would be remiss if we didn't share it.
Just in time for Doctor Who Comics Day we have Titan Comics' latest crossover of the Doctors facing a threat from the Cybermen, one of the races that has plagued the Doctor across dimensions as well as time. Check out the preview before celebrating at your local comic shop.
One of the great series to come from Titan Comics' eruption into the US Market has to have been new Tank Girl stories from original co-creator Alan Martin. First we got Solid Sate Tank Girl, then 21st Century Tank Girl which featured the return of original co-creator Jamie Hewlitt. Most recently, we've seen Two Girl, One Tank with artist Brett Parson. Coming In September will be the next installment, Tank Girl: Gold. Parson will return as artist, with other great artists providing variant covers.
Titan Comics sent us a couple of preview pages from their new, original Graphic Novel, Pacific. It's in landscape format, meaning sideways, like a movie screen. As you can see, the story and art by by Romain Baudy and Martin Trystram are deserving of the special format. Check it out.
Titan Comics is branching out to publish new adventures of the Fourth Doctor, one of the most popular of the incarnations from the original British series. Titan has had hits and misses, but mostly hits, but so many people love the Fourth Doctor, can this one succeed?
Titan Comics released the first peek at artwork for the comic series based on the Penny Dreadful TV series. This in addition to the various variant covers to the first issue, which we've included below.
Titan Comics released a collection recently that may have slipped under your radar. Heralded in a recent press release as Heavy Metal meets Big Hero Six, it looks like a wonderfully fun little bit of science fiction goodness.