One of the stars in Japanese contemporary modern art is Takashi Murakami. Billionaire Boys Club collaborates with Murakami on a limited edition men’s collection of graphic tees and a sweater. The collection features Murakami’s distinct art style of flowers and skulls, his “Ensō” series.
This is it – the final issue of the Twelfth Doctor Year Two. This might be travelers Sonny and Val last trip landing on the planet Mindmorphs. Can they help the Doctor? Look for issue #15 on the comic book racks this week.
I must admit I got into the Doctor Who bandwagon a little late. I really started watching when actor Matt Smith became the Eleventh Doctor with Karen Gillan playing Amy Pond. The Eleventh Doctor with new traveling companion rides into a new adventure with Part 1: “The Tragical History Tour.”
If you’re a comic book reader veteran, then you’re probably familiar with the usual once-a-year mega cross-over event like in the DC and Marvel Universe. Well, this summer 2015, Titan Comics will mix-it up with 4 Doctors and 3 companions meeting up in this 5-issue mini-series. Doctor Who: Four Doctors #1 (1-5) follows the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors and their companions on a mission against an unknown foe. The epic crossover-event is written by Paul Cornell (Wolverine) and illustrated by Neil Edwards
Usually when it’s a comic book tie-in with popular TV program, the comic book usually sucks. The art is not up to par and the stories and world-building does not tie-in enough to the TV show, there is a disconnect of sorts. But over the past year, I have the pleasure of reading the various Doctor Who releases by Titan Comics and it’s been a blast. Each creative team on the books have done a fine job building upon the Doctor Who universe and mythos. Marvel and DC comics may dominate the comic-book racks, but if you’re looking for something different and something British, then look for these Titan Comics’ Doctor Who books dropping Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at your local comic book store.
I have to admit I only started watching this hit Showtime series only for Eva Green (Casino Royale, 300: Rise of an Empire), but I stayed for for the story and characters driving the “Penny Dreadful” program. We are already knee-deep into the second season and Titan Books has just released “The Art and Making of Penny Dreadful”, the official companion book to the program.
This is the Billionaire Boys Club Lookbook for Spring 2015. If by chance you are in London, make sure to check out the first Billionaire Boys Club/Ice Cream flaghip store located in the Soho district.
One of the most popular actors to play the Doctor was Matt Smith. Look for more Matt Smith adventures as the Eleventh Doctor with this on-going series by Titan Comics. Writers Al Ewing & Rob Williams and artist Simon Fraser delivers the first issue to Doctor Who fans.
Are you craving more David Tennant Doctor Who adventures? Then this all-new series published by Titan Comics should to the trick. Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor follows the Doctor to New York City to find new companion. This 5-issue story-arc is bought to you buy Eisner Award-winning writer Nick Abadzis and fan-favorite Elena Casagrande.
Japanorma host Jonathan Ross interviews the fashion mogul and toy collector Nigo. The founder of BAPE aka A Bathing Ape, Nigo takes us viewers into his fashion lifestyle.
Whenever the subject of good music comes up – I think of Kaskade. He’s the hottest DJ/Remixer/Producer on the planet right now. I love his big stadium sounds – he knows to how get people onto the dancefloor. Kaskade was recently on BBC Radio1’s Essential Mix program and he did an amazing 2 hour set. Check out the Playlist Set.