Luca Pizarri has shown us the first glimpse of the upcoming Glimmer Man #3 cover from Atomic Diner on his Tumblr account. Glimmer Man comes from a plot from Rob Curley and Darrin O’Toole and a script from O’Toole with art by Pizzari. This issue marks the end of the first Glimmer Man arc. Take […]
With the second issue of Noe: The Savage Boy is on its way, I decided to ask Stephen Downey about his Atomic Diner work from Jennifer Wilde to The Black Scorpion and on to Noe. Starting with Jennifer Wilde, given the setting of the book, it seems like it would involve a lot of research […]
Some preview penciled pages from artist Dave O’ Sullivan for the upcoming issue #2 of Rob Curley’s 1790′s adventure series Crimson Blade appeared on the Atomic Diner facebook page yesterday. Take a look below.
We have reached the final installment of our look back on the book s that graced us with their presence. Having covered the year in three month increments here, here and here over the last few days, it’s time to wrap up our round up and prepare to say goodbye to 2013 and all the […]
Yesterday we reported on the releases for the first three months of the year. Today we will cover April, May and June. Just as yesterday, whilst every effort was made to include what we knew was released, there may be someone who may have been excluded. If you know of anyone who should be in […]
Rob Curley posted the Barry Keegan variant cover to The Renegades #1 due in 2014 online a bit back. The Renegades is an all female team set in Ireland during the 1930s. Team members include, Blood Rose, Jennifer Wilde, Emerald Scorpion and the Goddess Morrigan.
Review by David Ferguson Plot: Robert Curley, Darrin O’Toole Script: Darrin O’Toole Art: Luca Pizzari [NOTE: This review will contain SPOILERS for issue one so, if you haven’t read it, you should go buy it (if you haven’t already), read it and then start this review] As with my review of issue one, I will […]
Darrin O’Toole has announced on his Facebook page that we’ll be seeing more Glimmer Man from him: “Delighted to announce I’ll be staying on Atomic Diner Comics Glimmer Man for two more arcs, at least until issue 9.” Issue 2 will be on sale at Thought Bubble in Leeds. Darrin O’Toole’s Website http://www.darrinotoole.com/ Atomic Diner’s […]
Will Sliney is the 2013 inductee in the Irish Comic News Hall of Fame. This Cork born and raised creator had his beginnings in the small press on ‘Sleepwalker’ within the pages of FutureQuake and rose all the way to the House of Ideas with the all-female cast of Fearless Defenders at Marvel Comics. A […]
At Octocon today, the creative team and fans of Jennifer Wilde were delighted at the appearance of the first ever Cosplay of Jennifer Chevalier. Hopefully we’ll see more of the same at future events.
Robert Curley posted this image on Twitter and artist Leeann Hamilton has shared it too so I thought I’d share it on here. This is a cover by Leeann Hamilton for Jennifer Wilde: The Wilde Hunt if/when it goes to a 2nd printing.
Review by David Ferguson Plot: Robert Curley, Darrin O’Toole Script: Darrin O’Toole Art: Luca Pizzari I usually start my reviews with a summary of the story so far but, on this occasion, I feel I need to start with the cover. A good cover is meant to grab you and get you to pick up […]
Review by David Ferguson Written by Karen Mahoney Art by Stephen Downey This is a one-shot which takes place just after the first Jennifer Wilde series. Jennifer has decided that a change of scenary is in order and she, along with Oscar, visit the West of Ireland. This story is different kind of story to […]
Atomic Diner’s latest title, Jennifer Wilde ‘ The Wilde Hunt ‘ one shot, is due for release next week. The script is by urban fantasy novelist Karen Mahoney with art by Stephen Downey. Here’s the cover and some interiors:
Some details for the latest AD title: Glimmer Man #1 with plot by Robert Curley and Darrin O’ Toole, script by Darrin O’ Toole, art by Luca Pizzari. Glimmer Man is set during the Spanish civil war and deals with the characters origin story. Due for August 2013 release http://www.atomicdiner.com/ The issue will feature […]
THE LEAGUE OF VOLUNTEERS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (1 OF 3) Review by David Ferguson Written by Neil Sharpson Art by Stephen Byrne Previously, the Druid gathered a team of heroes including the Archer, the Glimmerman, the Blood Rose and Fionn Mac Cumhaill to fight an ancient evil Bocanach He was defeated but with […]
Jennifer Wilde #3 (Atomic Diner) by David Ferguson In Paris 1921, Jennifer Chevalier, still reeling from the death of her father, discovers some secrets about him including a connection to Oscar Wilde. When she discovers a locket with his picture and hers, the ghost of Wilde appears and becomes her companion (seeing ghosts has been […]
League of Volunteers Written by: Rob Curley Art by: Barry Keegan, Victor Moya, Rob Carey Published by: Atomic Diner Reviewed by: David Ferguson This is part three of a three part story. In previous issues, a group of Nazi scientists brought Bocanach from the spirit world to do their bidding. He quickly dispatches them and […]
The next few weeks promises to be a busy time for Atomic Diner with 3 expected new arrivals on shelves. Take a look below for the cover art to Roisin Dubh #3, Jennifer Wilde #3 and the first issue of a three issue mini series League of Volunteers: Return of the King #1 of 3.
This is Stephen Mooney’s variant cover for the upcoming one shot Night Ghost which connects the U.S based characters like Atomic Rocket Group 66 and the Irish characters like the League Of Volunteers and Roisin Dubh etc, script is by Rob Curley with interior artist tba, due out late 2013
Maryland based artist Steven Scott posted the below mash up piece to facebook featuring Ireland’s indy comic superhero giants including The Wren, Celtic Clan, Celtic Knights & League of Volunteers. The piece is by Italian Luca Cicchitti and colours by Scott. Take a look below:
Cover art for an upcoming League of Volunteers story titled Return of the King went online last night (Wednesday) from Atomic Diner. Take a look below:
Noe: The Savage Boy Plot: Robert Curley Script: Malachy Coney Art: Stephen Downey Publisher: Atomic Diner Noe: The Savage Boy #1 continues Atomic Diner’s mining of Irish history and legend for tales of adventure of all stripes, from swashbuckling to superheroes.
Rob Curley writes a piece called “Self-Publishing Without a League of Volunteers” today for top comics news site Bleeding Cool, in which he traces how he went from selling his own collection of comics at a flea market, to opening Dublin comic shop Sub City, to founding Atomic Diner and publishing comics like Freakshow, League […]