Monday, 30 September 2019
Sunday, 29 September 2019
Posted by Terry Hooper-Scharf at 04:21
Saturday, 28 September 2019
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Posted by Terry Hooper-Scharf at 15:43
Friday, 27 September 2019
I was asked, via Messenger (PLEASE comment on the blog itself), why I do not use the Obscure British Super Heroes material to produce a book?
Why on Earth would I produce another book when I have an online store with around 100 books and have only sold 2 this year? Months of work so gather internet dust?
As I am currently taking care of a few "problems" -physical and very financial- spending the months working on the book and preparing illustrations is completely out. There is enough material to hand but just no incentive to do the work -remember that selling books is my only income (as such).
The above image, by the way, is a header by Paul Ashley Brown for my Comics F/X page (MU Press) from 1989/1990. I had hair back then...and there was a decent enough comics industry.
But any questions please use Comments on this blog and because of all the abusive and spam comments everything is moderated so...dont waste your time spamming!
Posted by Terry Hooper-Scharf at 15:49
Thursday, 26 September 2019
Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Monday, 23 September 2019
Titan's latest reissue of a Marvel prose novel, Captain America: Dark Designs, which releases next month.
Steve Rogers knows the art of survival better than most. Decades under ice will do that to a man. But the Avengers chipped more than rock-hard morality and super-strength out from under that permafrost. When Cap takes out a terrorist cell threatening to poison the world, he’ll discover a threat far more deadly. An incurable virus has hidden in his body for years—and now it’s come to the surface. To save the world, he’ll have to return to his own personal hell: deep freeze.
And he’ll have to take an old friend with him. Having survived his own death by inhabiting a clone of Steve Rogers, the Red Skull has inherited the virus — and he’s a little less willing to play martyr. As the deadly disease shifts and evolves, new patterns emerge. Can Captain America contain the Red Skull before the virus runs rampant?
Posted by Terry Hooper-Scharf at 08:50