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    Antony Johnston Discusses ‘The Coldest Winter’ on The Cosmic Treadmill at FORCES OF GEEK

    New York Times bestselling author of comics and video games Antony Johnston (Wasteland, Dead Space, The Fuse, Daredevil) joins us today to talk about his latest graphic novel The Coldest Winter. This is the prequel graphic novel to the upcoming film, The Coldest City starring Charlize Theron (Lorraine Broughton) and James McAvoy (Percival) about MI6 agents in The Cold War.

    The Coldest Winter is for fans of the action spy genre and a good murder mystery. Antony bravely sends agents behind the Iron Curtain with no certainty of returning and the loyalty of his characters and the mission is always at the forefront.

    When you are a spy, you must always watch your back!

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    FOG!: Thanks for joining us to talk The Coldest Winter, Antony! Is it cold where you are right now?

    Antony Johnston: I live in north-west England. It’s always cold here.

    This is the volume that precedes The Coldest City (soon to be a major motion picture). Were the volumes meant to be released in this order?

    That’s a bit of an odd question. If I’d wanted to tell the story of The Coldest Winter first, I would have written it first instead of The Coldest City. So yes, that was always the intention.



    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. February 1, 2017


    When it comes to Star Wars legends, the characters with the least screen time get a special place in the hearts of fans. And as Sith Lords are concerned, Darth Maul is one of the coolest looking! Darth Maul #1 fleshes out more background to this badass in a limited series. … Over on the Light side, Yoda is trapped with a mysterious race of crystal worshippers, can he escape? Find out in Star Wars #28! … Hawkeye #3 puts Kate cracking the case of the campus culprit! … Picks this week from


    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. January 25, 2017



    Ra’s al Ghul hired Catwoman to steal a book, and only the Caped Crusader and the Amazonian Princess can get to the bottom of it in Batman ‘66 meets Wonder Woman ‘77 #1! … We’re not completely sold on the newest season of G.I. Joe, but issue #2 stars our favorite Dreadnok, Road Pig! … Jason Latour (Southern Bastards) is back with Loose Ends #1, a southern fried crime drama over at Image. … Picks this week from


    ‘Hype’ (review) at Forces of Geek


    Last year, we talked to Jimmy Palmiotti (Jonah Hex, Painkiller Jane, Marvel Knights) about his Kickstarter project, Hype. After the project reached it’s goal, I couldn’t wait to get the full story in my hands. The superhero sci-fi action graphic novel is available next Wednesday, January 24th.

    Hype is the story of superhero Noah Haller and behavioral genetics scientist Amanda Marr. What is special about Noah, and the story, is that when his body is activated to perform an essential mission, he’s only given an hour a day to perform that task before needing to recharge and regenerate his cells.



    League Podcast Comics Picks of the Week for Wed. January 18, 2017



    Your favorite vampire Angel is back for Angel Season 11 #1! Written by Corinna Bechko (Star Wars). Can he change his future by confronting his past? … Dr. Aphra #3, the Darth Vader spin-off is exploring the galaxy and Imperial encampments! 000 and BT-1 had better watch out! … Marvel reaches into it’s classic grab bag for Monsters Unleashed #1 written by Cullen Bunn and drawn by the legendary Steve McNiven! … Picks this week from

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