Archive for the ‘Magazines’ Category


German publication Eclipsed (April 2017). Third Deep Purple magazine cover for “inFinite” in Europe. And this is only the beginning.

Love the expedition idea.


UK publication Rock Sound (issue) 212, published in May 2016.

Nice cover.


And here it is, the Agent Smart moment. If you know your television history you know that the Agent Smart character often said “Missed it by that much”, meaning he was soooo close to solving the case, but somebody else probably beat him to it (like his beautiful assistant, Agent 99). Found this half page ad in Sweden Rock Magazine (issue) 12 2016 from Playground/earMusic, pushing product with Jon Lord (“Gemini Suite” CD), Deep Purple “California Jam 1974” DVD) and Babymetal (“Live At Wembley” CD). There is no way on earth that I could have missed this ad, but apparently, I missed Babymetal by that much…

Well I am on the case now…

The Warren Magazines

Posted: March 21, 2017 in Comics, Cool stuff, General, Magazines


Fresh of the printers in the UK, the latest edition of Illustrators deals with the Warren publications (and Spanish artists in general). Loads of Vampirella etc. This is very very cool.

Get it here.


Posted: March 20, 2017 in Cool stuff, General, Magazines


And from Malaysia we have got a brand new issue of Hypertune (184), with yet another enticing cover.

They are pretty good at what they do.

Camelot revisited

Posted: March 20, 2017 in General, Magazines, TV & Movies


Out today in the US. TV Guide features a promoshot from “The Kennedys: After Camelot” starring Katie Holmes as Jackie Kennedy and Matthew Perry as Ted Kennedy on the cover. It was the first dynasty in American politics and it has been called Camelot, based on the promises of what could have been (the assassinations of John F. Kennedy in 1963 and Robert F. Kennedy in 1964 pretty much ushered in a far uglier era). A mini series that centers around Jackie is a pretty interesting idea.

And I just have to say this. In my humble opinion, the Trump Family could well be Camelot II.


True Action (August 1961). Cover artist unknown.