Previewing Two More Spreads From The Tripwire Autumn Special

Previewing Two More Spreads From The Tripwire Autumn Special

Miller And Mignola From The Archive

We have just designed two of the classic features from the Tripwire archive in the magazine, a Mike Mignola and a Frank Miller interview, and so we wanted to share the opening spreads with everyone here…

Under an exclusive Russell Walks James Bond cover for those who support us here, the autumn Special contains the kind of material people familiar with Tripwire’s history would expect:

• A Flash 80th anniversary feature looking at the history of DC’s Scarlet Speedster

•A look at the four Daniel Craig James Bond films so far and a taste of what we can expect in No Time To Die 

• A Neil Gaiman feature, taking a look at the writer’s long and renowned career including The Sandman, Good Omens and American Gods

•An exclusive Kieron Gillen interview with the writer talking about hit series like Once & Future, Die and his latest series, The Eternals for Marvel.

•A look at 80 years of Batman’s deadliest and most iconic foe, The Joker, star of comics, film and TV 

•A State Of The Industry piece talking to people like Image’s Eric Stevenson, Diamond’s Steve Geppi and Aftershock’s Mike Marts on how the comics industry has changed and adapted after the coronavirus •Louise Simonson talks about her long career as a writer and as an editor •An exclusive chat with writer Ram V on his work for companies like DC, Vault and Marvel. •A look at how comic artists like Frank Quitely, Jock, PJ Holden and others create their work using Wacom and Cintique tablets. •Company profiles of Vault Comics and SelfMade Hero 

•An archive section reprinting interviews with the likes of Alan MooreFrank Miller and Mike Mignola

The return of Stripwire, Tripwire’s acclaimed strip section which will include work from the likes of Sean Phillips (Criminal), William Simpson (Game Of Thrones, 2000AD), Roger Langridge and Andy Bennett, who has drawn a Sherlock Holmes alternate world short created with Tripwire’s editor-in-chief Joel Meadows. The strip section was always a major part of Tripwire in print and our latest is up to the same quality people would expect. 

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