“It Came!” is a four issue, creator-owned , 1950s Sci-Fi B-movie style mini-series by Dan Boultwood. “Dr. Boy Brett and the suitably chaperoned Doris Night pop into a quaint village pub for a cheese ploughman’s… But waiting for them outside is a most unwelcome visitor: Grurk, an indestructible, rampaging robot from outer space, on a mission to harvest the British Blitz spirit for energy!”
A Scientist, a girl and a menacing robot! Can it get any better?
These trailers cause me no end of problems, I’m openly critical of “motion comics”, everyone knows I’m not even that big a digital guy. But the fact is a trailer like this comes along and I get excited for the project. Take a look it’s really well done.
I have it on good authority that there will be some preview stuff coming out in a few weeks. When I see it, so will you!*Dan Boultwood was a long-time collaborator with award-winning writer, Tony Lee, having worked together on the Eagle award-nominated, Hope Falls, The Baker Street Irregulars and Prince of Baghdad for weekly British children’s anthology comic, The DFC. Now, Dan Boultwood makes the leap from critically acclaimed illustrator to all-round creator in this splendidly spiffing comic series. *About Titan Comics
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