Got a mention in the new issue of Comics International (#191) which sports this rather fetching Shaun of the Dead cover. Article is 'Panini celebrates 10 years of Marvel UK'. Our (Jon Haward and I) second Spidey/Captain Britain strip is thus described "versus the old Alan Moore character, The Fury". Right, so no pressure then. The strip is due out next year. I'll no doubt be returning to the subject to wax lyrically ad nauseam, but it'll keep for another day. Editor Ed Hammond also hinted "maybe we'll make it a yearly thing of having a Spidey/Cap Britain team-up..." Well, Ed, god bless ya, I already have a storyline in my head for the next instalment, which I intend to verbally pitch to you this weekend at the Brighton Expo. Expect no mercy on this, although perhaps I should enact the deed while under my ten pint breakfast limit.
Anyway great cover and it inspired me to watch Shaun again on Saturday night. Was struck by how tightly written the opening scenes are, and how they tie in so effectively to what goes on later. Cock it!