Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at its titles on sale December 7, including Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #2, Battlestar Galactica: Gods & Monsters #2 and more! The post Flash Gordon, BSG & More Dynamite Comics On Sale December 7, 2016 appeared first on CBR.com.
On the run from forces they don’t understand! Dynamite Entertainment's Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #2 by Jeff Parker, Jesse Hamm & Grace Allison. The post Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #2 appeared first on CBR.com.
The 23-foot-tall installation weighs over two tons.
Google is looking to expand its UK workforce from around 4,000 people today to 7,000 people by 2020. The search giant currently has three main offices in London with one in King's Cross, one on Tottenham Court Road, and another in Victoria. Show More Summary
The Virginian-Pilot reports, “The Martin Luther King Freeway Extension, a new elevated route to connect the Midtown and Downtown tunnels, is in the finishing-touches stage. Elizabeth River Crossings, the private entity that operatesShow More Summary
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and Thomas Heatherwick will team up for another Google project, this time in the form of a new design for the tech giant’s new London headquarters at King's Cross. The two firms previously partnered to develop...Show More Summary
An exclamation point for the burgeoning King's Cross neighborhood The post Google’s A-Team Architects Will Shape Its New London HQ appeared first on WIRED.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai, gave a talk at our new campus in King’s Cross, London, where he spoke about the UK’s digital heritage, our investment in the country, and ensuring everyone is part of the digital economy: Building a new London...Show More Summary
Google delivers vote of confidence in London's future as a technological hub by announcing plans for a new building in King's Cross. ||| London - Google delivered a vote of confidence in London's future as a technological hub after the...Show More Summary
(Reuters) – Google delivered a vote of confidence in London’s future as a technological hub after the Brexit vote on Tuesday by announcing plans for a new building in the King’s Cross area of the city that will house thousands of extra engineers. Google’s Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said computer science had a great future […]
Quirks of King's Cross's neighbour.
A major new outdoor work by Bangladeshi-British artist Rana Begum was unveiled at King?s Cross today, Wednesday 9 November, marking the start of a new series of public art commissions for the area. Measuring 50 metres long and 3.5 metres high, the work, entitled No.700 Reflectors, Cubitt Sq. Show More Summary
Last night I left a pub in Kings Cross with a massive smile on my face as over the course of a few hours I was transported back to my childhood to play Pokémon: The Trading Card game. Here are my impressions of the evening. Full disclosure, I am a huge Pokémon fan. I collected the […] The post Pokémon TCG Event Impressions appeared first on Next-Gen Gaming Blog.
Michael C. Hall is dapper in a suit while posing for photographs at the press night performance after party for his new play Lazarus held at the King’s Cross Theatre on Tuesday (November 8) in London, England. The 45-year-old former Dexter actor was joined at the event by his wife Morgan Macgregor, who showed her [...]
Flash Gordon, the Phantoms, and Mandrake team up once again thanks to Jeff Parker & Jesse Hamm.
From a screaming woman at Kings Cross, London, to a growling dog in Moulsecoomb, Sussex, here's a round-up of some of the most haunted train stations across the country.
Dynamite Entertainment's Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #1 by Jeff Parker and Jesse Hamm. The post Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
Hidden corners of the area.
The Camley Street Natural Park is located close to King’s Cross Station. I happened to spot a sign for it when I was in the area, and decided to take a look. The park was created in an old railway coal yard which was saved from redevelopment in the 1980s. The park has a visitor […]
The National Portrait Gallery has acquired a group of portraits of leading British cultural figures photographed in the 1990s - including Daniel Day-Lewis, Damon Albarn, Alan Bennett, Tilda Swinton, Bob Geldof and Salman Rushdie. They have been saved from destruction after being rescued from a condemned warehouse in King?s Cross. Show More Summary