The Omniverse Comics Guide headed to Portsmouth Comic Con 2023 to take a look at some of the incredible talent, intriguing Kickstarter projects and to chat with some of the creators over the course of the hot and sticky June weekend!
Will has previously published Castle Gaillard and The Call of the Wild, but we managed to catch up with his beautiful new project Gospel! The story of Matilde – a hero in need of opportunity who finds the devil come knocking instead.
UK based illustrator Clark Bint has worked with Titan Comics, Heavy Metal and BHP Comics. We caught up with him with on his most recent collaboration with Jordan Thomas – Frank at Home on the Farm.
Head to ClarkBint.com for more on his latest projects!
Eoin Marron made his debut proving the art for Sons of Anarchy: Redwood with BOOM! Studios. He’s also known for his creator-owned series Killer Groove with Ollie Masters at AfterShock Comics.
For more info check out EionMarronArt.Squarespace.com.
Writer Paul Cornell has hd a lengthy career in both comics and TV, having worked on Doctor Who & Elementary. Comics fans will know him from numerous projects at Marvel, DC, Image & Dark Horse, including Captain Britain and MI13, Saucer Country and Action Comics. His most-recent release is most recently on The Witches of World War II with TKO.
Find out more about Paul by heading to PaulCornell.com.
Cavan Scott is a New York Times best-selling author whose work includes novels, television, comic books and award-winning audio dramas. He has written for a huge number of high-profile franchises including Star Wars, Batman, Doctor Who, Assassin’s Creed, Pacific Rim, Transformers, Back to the Future, Star Trek, Vikings, Adventure Time and more.
His creator-owned series include the supernatural spy thriller Shadow Service from Vault comics and The Ward, an urban fantasy medical drama from Dark Horse.
For more on Cavan head to CavanScott.com.
The London Horror Comic is publisher and writer John-Paul Kamath’s ongoing love letter to horror anthologies of the 50’s and 70’s, but with modern twists, settings and cultural commentary thrown in. And it’s all wrapped perfectly within a blanket of thrills and child-like madness.
For the full low-down, head to LondonHorrorComic.com.
We managed to catch up with the guys from Reckless Hero showing off their awesome series of comics including The Last Sheriff, Operation Boom and Knights Vs Pirates.
Visit their online store at RecklessHero.com.