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Trailers / MOVED: MAGNIFICENT SEVEN!!!!!
« on: 24 July, 2016, 09:42:42 am »

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Announcements / MOVED: Ace Trucking Volume 1 - Reprint
« on: 11 August, 2015, 09:08:18 pm »

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James Bacon interviews me on the Dublin2019 blog about Judge Dredd: Blood of Emeralds.

Dublin2019 is a bid to bring Worldcon to Dublin in 2019 - lots of great stuff on the site!

-- Mike

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Books & Comics / Razorjack: Double-Crossing
« on: 17 June, 2015, 02:38:24 pm »
Yes, it's self-promotion time here again! Today I'm pushing the Kindle edition of Razorjack: Double-Crossing - an original novel set in the world of John Higgins' Razorjack.

It's an action-packed horror / science fiction tale with lots and lots of violence and exciting scenes! (Also contains adult themes and strong language, so this one is not for minors or those of a sensitive disposition.)

The book was originally scheduled to be published in 2011 - and indeed there was a limited edition for the launch; about fifty copies were printed - but for a variety of reasons the project never went any further. So I've decided that it's high time there was a Kindle version!

Check it out on my website, which contains all the necessary links for you to buy it from Amazon, no matter where you are!

-- Mike






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Events / The European Science Fiction Convention 2014
« on: 18 August, 2014, 01:44:50 pm »
I'll be appearing at this year's European Science Fiction Convention this coming weekend (22-24 August 2014) in Dublin!

Other guests of honour include Jim Fitzpatrick, Seanan McGuire, Andrzej Sapkowski and Ylva Spångberg. Plus, of course, there'll be lots and lots of other guests (Eurocons tend to only name the Guests of Honour, for historical reasons that escape me).

Do come along - it'll be a blast!

-- Mike


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Events / San Diego Comic-Con 2014
« on: 20 July, 2014, 02:00:17 pm »
All righty, folks...

A reminder for anyone attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con: the 2000AD Zarjaz Hour is taking place on Thursday at 14:00, in room 29A. Moderated by Mike Molcher, the panelists include Jock, Chris Burnham, Henry Flint and yours truly!

And don't forget to check out the 2000AD booth for lots of signings, and to pick up your Comic-Con exclusives!

-- Mike

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Events / Big Bang signing: Day of Chaos - Fallout, 25th June!
« on: 20 June, 2014, 01:15:09 pm »
PJ Holden and I will be signing Judge Dredd: Day of Chaos - Fallout at The Big Bang, Dundrum, on Wednesday 25th June, 6pm... Be there!

-- Mike

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Events / Lawgiver - a Celebration of Dredd, Birmingham 5th May 2014
« on: 07 February, 2014, 09:34:54 pm »
Woohoo!



-- Mike

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Hi all,

On May 1st my new novel Hunter will be published in the USA! It's the seventh novel in the New Heroes / Quantum Prophecy series, but it's been designed to to work as a stand-alone tale too. To help promote it, I've created a wee video trailer, which you can find on YouTube! Please be kind...  :-\

Love 'n' cuggles,
Mike


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Off Topic / Irish Comic News Awards 2013
« on: 18 October, 2013, 01:03:35 pm »
Hey chums,

The shortlists for this year's Irish Comic News Awards have been announced, and voting is now open!

I'm nominated in the Best Irish Writer Published Outside Ireland category, as is our very own Richmond Clements. Now, I realise that's a dilemma: Me or His Lordship, which to choose? We're both equally talented, especially me, and we're both fab 'n' groovy dudes. I'm taller, but Rich has more hair. Hmm... Well, I guess the only fair way is to go in alphabetical order by surname.
 ;)

Other 2000AD folks up for nomination include PJ Holden, Len O'Grady, John McCrea and Brendan McCarthy (the latter two competing in the Hall of Fame category).

Also: 2000AD and Numbercruncher are up for Best Irish Creator Comic Published Outside Ireland.

-- Mike

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Film & TV / The World's End
« on: 19 July, 2013, 02:30:10 am »
Leonia and I are just back from a triple-bill of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and... The World's End! We've always adored the first two (Hot Fuzz is one of my all-time top-five favourite movies), but how does The World's End compare?

I know you're all wondering... Well, we LOVED it! It's an absolutely cracking movie with some really great gags, nicely complex and clever story, and absolutely top performances. Definitely a worthy end to the Cornetto Trilogy - highly recommended!

I could be wrong, but I reckon the king on the placard / shingle thingy outside the tenth pub, The King's Head, has Kevin Eldon's face...

-- Mike

-- Mike

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Events / C2E2 - Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo
« on: 23 April, 2013, 07:05:05 am »
Well, we're departing shortly for Chicago for C2E2 - the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, taking place from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th!

If you're there, don't forget to visit stall #1030 in the exhibitor's hall for all your 2000AD and Judge Dredd goodies!

Be sure to check out the website for the live streaming of the panel DREDD and Beyond: The Whole Wide World of 2000 AD on Friday, April 26th, at 19:45 PM (Chicago time: in GMT that's 01:45 on Saturday morning, unless I've miscalculated, which is entirely possible given that I've only had about three hours' sleep). The panel's description:

              It’s been an incredible year for 2000 AD with the DREDD movie and critically-acclaimed stories such as Day of Chaos, Brass Sun and Trifecta – but what’s in store for the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic in 2013? Three of our biggest Creators – Andy Diggle (The Losers), Paul Cornell (Wolverine) and Michael Carroll (Judge Dredd) – join Heidi MacDonald from The Comics Beat to talk about why you should be reading 2000 AD right now!

Plus there may be some fairly exclusive - and very exciting - news about forthcoming 2000AD stuff...!

-- Mike
P.S.: Also, April 28th is Leonia's birthday! Please send her lots of presents and / or good wishes. Though presents would be preferred...

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Film & TV / Alex Cox's Bill, the Galactic Hero kickstarter project!
« on: 15 April, 2013, 03:58:32 pm »
Meant to post about this before (and possibly did, but forgot that I did). Cult movie-maker Alex Cox (director of such classics as Repo Man and Sid & Nancy) is running a Kickstarter project to raise $100,000 to make a movie adaptation of Harry Harrison's seminal anti-war SF novel Bill, the Galactic Hero.

There's only six days to go, and the pledged funds are close to the target, but not quite there yet! The project needs your help!

Alex Cox doing Bill, the Galactic Hero - how can that not be something you want to see!?

-- Mike

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