Something For The Easter Weekend: Your Regular Dose Of Popular Posts

by Olly MacNamee

Happy Easter weekend everyone! Whether you celebrate the season or not, we do hope you’re having a relaxing weekend wherever you are. And, to help you relax here’s our regular does of popular posts from the past week in comic book and pop culture. Enjoy!

  1. From the wonderful world of comic books we had Richard Bruton give us a preview of the UK’s Monster Fun Easter Special here.
  2. And, Richard also gave us his regular preview of 2000 AD in The Weekly 2000 AD here.
  3. Another regular column to make it onto this week’s list was Brendan M. Allen’s Jumping on Point here.
  4. And, Richard Bruton’s Art for Art’s Sake also makes it on the list, celebrating the art of the late, great, Garry Leach. Check it out here.
  5. Announcing Liam Sharp’s newest series, a sci-fi/fantasy Arthurian tale, StarHenge #1 got a lot of attention. Check out a first look here.
  6. Two interviews now. First, it was my great pleasure to interview dan Slott on The ICE-Cast Live. If you missed the episode catch up here now.
  7. Secondly, Scott Redmond interviewed Norm Konyu about his new graphic novel, Junction, here.
  8. Away from comic books (kinda) and Erik Amaya reviewed Spider-Man: No Way Home 4K UHD here.
  9. Then there was Mondo’s release of a 12″ Man-Thing Psychedelic variant collectible figure here. Very groovy, man.
  10. Finally, Tito W James reported on ND Stevenson’s graphic novel, Nimona, being adapted for Netflix here.

That’s it for another weekend. So, whether you’ll be celebrating Easter, or in the middle of Ramadan, have a good weekend from us all here at HQ.

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