- 'Ghosts in the Glass' anthology on sale, £1 goes to Action Cancer
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Irish Comic NewsPosted: 29 Dec 2012 02:09 PM PSTStephen Coffey dropped us a line to tell us of thuis bundle deal on drive thru comics.“We’re gearing up for Issue 3 of Celtic Knights which will completes the first storyline ‘The Best of What’s Left’� and we’ve decided to throw caution to the wind and dropped the digital price of issue 1 and 2 at drive thru comics, even going so far to spend 10 minutes creating a bundle on the site, so you can buy issue 1 and 2 at a fantastic price.”Just follow this link: http://comics.drivethrustuff.com/product/108176/Celtic-Knights-%5BBUNDLE%5D?term=Celtic+Knights+bStephen elaborated, “We’re going to keep our digital downloads prices down, we don’t think that you should pay the same for digital comics that you do for physical copies.”If you haven’t tried Celtic Knights yet, this is a great place to start.�Posted: 29 Dec 2012 01:54 PM PSTHere’s this weeks top ten clicked on posts from this past week.We hope everyone got over Christmas alright and as always, thanks for reading. You are subscribed to email updates from Irish Comic News Email delivery powered by Google Google Inc., 20 West Kinzie, Chicago IL USA 60610 'Ghosts in the Glass' anthology on sale, £1 goes to Action Cancerhttp://www.orb-store.com/ghosts.htmFrom: Irish Comic News
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Date: Monday, 13 May, 2013, 19:47
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- TEASER ART: A Page From Singularity By Amrit Birdi; Story By Darrin O’Toole
- ART: Nick Grey’s Celtic Warrior
- NEWS: Vertigo To Release New American Vampire Anthology In August
- COVER ART ROUND UP: Roisin Dubh #3, Jennifer Wilde #3 & LOV: Return of the King #1
- THEM #1 By Tommie Kelly NOW AVAILABLE!
- Bryan Coyle nominated for Russ Manning Award
Posted: 13 May 2013 03:34 AM PDT
The British Showcase Anthology is a collection of�twenty original and complete stories in the horror and Sci-fi genre due out from Markosia later this year. Teaser art from the various strips have been appearing online lately including the page below from artist Amrit Birsi and Darrin O’Toole.
Posted: 13 May 2013 03:23 AM PDT
It’s always a good time when Nick Grey updates his blog which he did recently with a slew of recent work that he has done including the piece below that also appeared on the Irish Sketch Society page on facebook. It is of the Celtic Warrior and I don’t think it would have looked out of place on a Northlanders cover to be honest.
Take a peek at Nick’s blog to see more recent work of his: http://du1l.com/
Posted: 13 May 2013 03:14 AM PDT
Vertigo Comics have announced an August release of American Vampire: Anthology. With the main American Vampire book on hiatus right now and a Canadian Vampire book also announced it looks like later this year will be a good time to be a fan of the title with a slew of new spin off work from the�acclaimed book due. The 80 page book will feature Ireland’s Declan Shalvey along side some of comics biggest names including Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Jeff Limire, Gabrial Ba and many more.
Anthology will follow the release of American Vampire: The Long Road to Hell, co-written by Scott Snyder and Rafa Albuquerque with art by Albuquerque which debuts in June during the ongoing series’ hiatus.
Posted: 13 May 2013 02:58 AM PDT
The next few weeks promises to be a busy time for Atomic Diner�with 3 expected new arrivals on shelves. Take a look below for the cover art to Roisin Dubh #3, Jennifer Wilde #3 and the first issue of a three issue mini series League of Volunteers: Return of the King #1 of 3.
Posted: 13 May 2013 02:26 AM PDT
Issue One is now available for you to download using the PAY WHAT YOU WANT model. Basically click the Paypal Dionate link and enter the amount that you feel the comic is worth and then Paypal will re-direct you to the PDF! Easy!
22 Pages, Full Colour
Roman, a struggling but dedicated painter is trying to find his place in the world. He never quite fit in and feels that somehow he is different than most people. He believes that the Universe is in some way, out to get him, and� that chance, luck� and opportunity are passing him by. However, a new idea has come into the world which has his future in mind. Roman soon finds the world is a quite different place than he thought and that his destiny is much more in his own hands than it seems.
Posted: 12 May 2013 01:42 PM PDT
The Russ Manning Award for Most Promising Newcomer is awarded every year at the Eisner Awards, and has previously gone to such comics luminaries as Steve Rude, Scott McCloud, Jeff Smith and Gene Ha. This year, Cookstown’s own Bryan Coyle is among the nominees for his graphic novel Babble, written by Lee Robson and published by Com.X. ICN has its fingers crossed for you, Bryan.
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