Hi everyone, as we approach our first anniversary the team is busy preparing something special for you all. Hope you’re excited. Here’s the info for today’s releases.
For WoW fans we have World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen #1. A series of grisly, animalistic murders have rocked the walled town of Gilneas. A famous detective sets out to discover the perpetrators and finds far more than he bargained for. To find the truth, he must delve through years of twisted history – both the history of his family and Gilneas itself. This pivotal 5-issue miniseries explores the in-depth lore of the Worgen!
Artist Ludo Lullabi tells us more in this exclusive creator Q&A:
The artwork evokes the atmosphere of Azeroth perfectly. How challenging was it to capture this world in the format of a comic book?
Before working on the World of Warcraft comics series, I was a regular player and knew the general atmosphere of the game. The adaptation of my art to the comics came naturally… When I wasn’t sure of something, I went into the game on my tiger mount to study the places in which the story took place!
How much WORLD OF WARCRAFT do you play?
I played World of Warcraft very regularly when the game came out, as well as Burning Crusade. Due to a lack of time because of my work and also the fact that I want to discover all other games out there, I play less and less. I have not investigated everything in Wrath of the Lich King yet. My avatar is still lvl 78, though…
Who are your favourite comic creators?
I am influenced by many creators but to quote only some of them:
Joe Madureira, Humberto Ramos, Katsuhiro Otomo.
Name some of your favourite comic book characters, and artistic influences.
The comic books which most influenced me are “Akira” by Otomo and “Battle Chasers” by Joe Mad.
Stay tuned to playstationcomics.com for more WoW: Curse of the Worgen interviews – coming soon.
Elsewhere, Markosia bring us Turkey Grove Farms. Something has gone very wrong on the farm, tired of ending up on people’s plates the turkeys revolt and force the farm hands to provide them with a certain turkey substitute. A dark, adult but most of all, funny comic that you should be sure to pick up. Just look out for the over amorous bull.
IDW deliver the next installment of a personal favorite, Locke and Key: Keys to the Kingdom. In case you didn’t know Stephen Spielberg is producing a Locke & Key TV series, so why not read the comics before everyone jumps on the band wagon!
Born in fire. Raised by monsters. Destined to destroy. On an alien planet shattered by war, no one is stronger than Skaar, the savage Son of Hulk. Marvel release the first two issues today.
That’s it for this week. Check out the list below for all the new releases, or check out our website to browse the entire catalog and to take part in the forums.
- 2000AD Prog # 1706
- Batman # 683
- Birds Of Prey # 67
- Boffin Boy # 10
- Boffin Boy # 11
- Boffin Boy # 12
- Dark Man # 10
- Dark Man # 11
- Dark Man # 12
- Ex Machina # 18
- Fables # 33
- Green Lantern # 15
- Green Lantern Corps # 2
- JLA # 19
- Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom # 2
- Magician (2006) # 13
- Magician (2006) # 14
- Magician (2006) # 15
- Magician (2006) # 16
- Magician (2006) # 17
- New Avengers (2004) # 5
- New Avengers (2004) # 6
- N-Guard # 1
- Planetary # 17
- Powers (2000) # 35
- Powers (2000) # 36
- Powers (2000) # 37
- Reya # 3
- Sandman # 10
- Son of Hulk (2008) # 1
- Son of Hulk (2008) # 2
- Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell # 1
- Superman/Batman # 37
- Telara Chronicles # 2
- Transformers # 12
- Turkey Grove Farms # 1
- Wonder Woman Vol. 3 # 9
- World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen # 1
- Y: The Last Man # 16