Tag: Kane Gilmour

ISLAND 731 – Issue 1 – Out Now!

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ISLAND 731 is available now as a comic book. Co-written with Kane Gilmour and with art (pencils, inks and colors) by Jeff Zornow. This is not only a sweet read, it’s also beautiful to look at so snag a print copy and get reading! If you’re a digital reader, you can get yours here!

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DEADPOOL – The Good, The Bad and the Maximum Effort – Beware of Monsters Podcast!

BEWARE! SPOILERS LIE AHEAD.

This week on the Beware of Monsters Podcast, Christopher Ouellette hosts bestselling duo, Kane Gilmour and Jeremy Robinson in a round table discussion of DEADPOOL, the future of comic book movies and Jeremy’s plane to have J.J. Abrams direct Project Nemesis, starring Ryan Reynolds as Jon Hudson.  If the player below doesn’t work, download the mp3 here. Or subscribe.

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Presented by: Jeremy Robinson

Hosted By Christopher Ouellette

 

Star Wars the SPOILERS Awaken

 

(WARNING: There are SPOILERS in this description of the SPOILER episode.)

Find out the amazingly true explanation (guesses) for all the mysterious stuff in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Including, but not limited to: Why is Fin not Continue reading

Kane Gilmour interviewed on the Beware of Monsters podcast

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One Website to Unite Them All…

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…And by “All,” I mean my names.

Hunger Cover 3 copyA couple of years ago, I introduced a new horror pen name, Jeremy Bishop, whose stories were dark, gory and not entirely appropriate for fans of the Robinson novels. But there is another reason for multiple names: oversaturation. Since I work with some amazing co-authors, who like me, are quite prolific, I release as many books per year as a small press. This many books, all with the names Robinson and Bishop can be overwhelming to readers. For people who read as slowly as I do, it could mean reading Jeremy Robinson books exclusively. Even though many of my books are as different from each other as a Jackson Pollock and a Rembrandt, there’s no way to know that simply by looking at the name. That’s why Bishop exists. You see that name and you know you’re getting horror. And that leads me to this announcement: I’m splitting personalities, err, names, again.

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