I've been interviewed about the title by Newsarama, and you can see some pencil and colour work on a page here.
It'll be good to meet comics fans North of the border once more.
In other comics news, I was proud to be a part of the Kapow! Guinness World Record Special #1 of which the solicitation speaks more eloquently than I:
'Plot by MARK MILLAR Written by PAUL CORNELL, Keiron Gillen & MORE! Art by FRANK QUITELY, DAVE GIBBONS, JOHN ROMITA JR., LEINIL YU, JOCK, Olivier Coipiel, SEAN PHILLIPS, DUNCAN FERGRADO & MORE
In April 2011, Mark Millar, Frank Quitely, Dave Gibbons, John Romita Jr, Leinil Yu, Paul Cornell, Andy Diggle, Jock, Duncan Fegrado, Sean Phillips and over fifty other comic-book creators joined forces with Kapow to break not one but TWO Guinness World Records - the fastest comic-book ever produced and the biggest number of creators working on a single comic. The Kapow Special stars Superior and was written, penciled, inked and lettered in less than 12 hours. PLEASE NOTE: All proceeds from the sales of this comic will go to Yorkhill Sick Children's Hospital in Scotland and the print-run for this book will be limited to just 10,000 copies.'
Turning to the podcast of which I am a part, sharing audio duties with Seanan McGuire, Kat Valente, Elizabeth Bear and Lynn Thomas, we have a new episode up. Yes, it's SF Squeecast #3: Full Disclosure in which I rave about Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine and the others enchant on such diverse subjects as Shades of Milk and Honey and Hadestown. And if you do listen, that page is also where you can leave a comment for us. Or you can find us on iTunes.
Concerning ancient Doctor Who, Alex Wilcock has posted one of his thoughtful reviews of 'The Dominators' but has for some reason seen fit to include an ancient example, by myself, of what can only be called... filk. I suppose.