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  • For this month’s Collective Consciousness we thought we would take a look at a moment which has really affected us emotionally, or to put it another way a comic which has ruined you emotionally. With so many comics to pick from we bring you some of our personal moments.

    To open the article we have Olivier talking about his chosen moment:

    The Death of Sarah Essen in Detective Comics #741

    When Nick suggested we go with
  • Synopsis

    Warrior Nun is the latest of Netflix's adaptations of comic book to streaming series. Based on the Antarctic Press series, Warrior Nun Areala, it's a Manga-style comic series written by Ben Dunn. Netflix's official synopsis is as follows:

    Inspired by
  • Here at Comics: The Gathering we're excited to be bringing you coverage of the second season of Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy. The first season was a phenomenal success, being watched by 45 million households in the first month alone and coming third in Netflix's most popular shows of 2019. An impressive feat.

    It adapts the incredible Dark Horse comics written by Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance fame, and illustrated by the talented Gabriel Bá.

  • Key Comic Releases 
    Week of June 16th / 17th

    After an incredible return of comics last week, this weeks sees the beginning of one of the most anticipated mini series of the year with Dark Nights Death Metal #1. This week we also see the return of Strange Adventures with issue #2 and a Flash and Nightwing Annual from DC Comics. As far as Marvel goes however, this week there are no issues
  • This Weeks Key Comic releases June 10th

    One of the things I hear often in
    this interview was done in conjunction with CTG writer, Wes Greer

    Hi Rodney, and thanks for joining us here at Comics: The Gathering.
  • Interview With Artist Karl Mostert

    The Man Himself - Karl Mostert

    If you have read DCeased UNKILLABLES then the name Karl Mostert should ring a bell to you. Karl is the artist who brought all gruesome deaths to life. Based on the amazing work he did in this series; you may not be able to tell that
  • Hi Ollie, thanks for taking the time out to talk with Comics: The Gathering. The first issue of Old Haunts was incredible.

    So where did the inspiration for Old Haunts come from?
    I can’t remember if there was an initial Old Haunts inspiration, any single thing that sparked the idea.

    Rob and I had been trying figure out something to co-write for a while and when we were discussing ideas we realised we’d
  • Hi Rob, thanks for taking time out to talk to Comics: The Gathering. I was blown away by the first issue of Old Haunts, the blending of different genres and settings which wouldn’t normally go together produced an incredibly stylish, cinematic comic.

    The first thing which struck me about Old Haunts is how it takes familiar stories and