The butler tries to strangle Steed, hits him with a huge ashtray and John Steed does not have a scratch afterwards. Looks like he has a chin of steel in Game.
All right I made this manip - I want some funny lines from you!
Boom! announces today that there’s going to be a new 6-part series debuting in July capturing the spirit of the classic British spy-fi TV series from the 60’s
Boom! announces today that there’s going to be a new 6-part series debuting in July capturing the spirit of the classic British spy-fi TV series from the 60’s, The Avengers, titled Steed and Mrs. Peel. The limited series will be written by the celebrated writer on Vertigo’s Hinterkind, Ian Edginton, who’s also known for his collaboration with I.N.J. Culbard on Selfmade Hero’s well received series of Sherlock Holmes graphic novels.
Artist Marco Cosentino of Grimm Fairy Tales and cover artist Stacey Lee join Edginton in bringing these two iconic Avengers characters to a new medium. It’s a return to the roots of spy fiction grounded in iconic style and witty dialogue drawing on over 50 years of Avengers tradition…” read more
6 PART SERIES - YEAH!
"Bowler Hats and Kinky Boots" - The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to The Avengers
You can preorder the book now for £24.99 here
Published June 2014
Yeahy!!!! Sooooo happy!!!!! Can’t wait until July now!!! :-D
On one hand, I’m excited. On the other hand, I’m nervous because this is a different writer. I adored the last author, Caleb Monroe. He got the tone spot-on, and he also shipped Steed and Emma. But I know nothing of this new person…
Still, I’m excited to see what happens.
Caleb Monroe has implied (To me on twitter just now) that the new author of the upcoming Steed and Mrs. Peel comics DOES ship them. So I think we’re good. I am no longer apprehensive.
Agreed!!! It’s only a small thing…but we need to see it…just one kiss…that’s all we ask/beg!!
Steed has good reasons not to like Beresford - he doesn’t trust the way that Beresford met Emma, or his attentiveness, and generally has a bad feeling about the guy. But it’s clouded by pretty obvious jealousy. There’s no reason, as far as they know, for Beresford to be a villain. So Steed’s early dislike of him can be an intuitive sense about his character as well as jealousy.
Someone needs to bid on this. Otherwise I will, and I really can’t afford to.
I felt inspired and wrote a short little Steed/Cathy fic. Cathy remembers some moments from her past.
As always, I love responses.
I like it very much - Cathy Gale seems to have loved her husband very much. Even years after his death, she wears the wedding ring. Her husband’s death still hurts after a long time. There is this small scene in The outside in man when she reacts very emotionally, when Helen says:”You don’t no what it’s like to be made a widow.” And Cathy answers: "Yes I do!"
I loved the fact that Steed did not take advantage of the situation, in the end he’s always a gentleman.