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In Review: Rok of the Reds #4

Rok of the Reds #4 - Cover

Written by John Wagner and Alan Grant Art by Dan Cornwell Colour by Abigail Bulmer Lettered by Jim Campbell Publisher: BHP Comics Industry legends John Wagner and Alan Grant (Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, Judgement on Gotham, A History of Violence) team up once again to bring you Rok of the Reds alongside stunning art by Dan Cornwell. Rok of the Reds ... Read More »

In Review: Coelifer Atlas

Coelifer Atlas - Cover

Written by Alex Paknadel, Dan Watters Art by Charlie Adlard, Dan Berry, Nick Brokenshire, Joe Decie, Mike Medaglia, Bruce Mutard, Ken Niimura, Jake Phillips, Bryan Talbot, Craig Thompson, Petteri Tikkanen and Emma Vieceli Published by the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Out: Now. Buy it from from Page 45 here “You sure these seats are ours? Check the tickets.” “Jess… it’s me.” “Point.” Rarely have ... Read More »

In Review: A Corner of Some Foreign Field (a free web comic)

"The Corner of Some Foreign Field" - S3

Written by Martin Hayes Art by Alfie Gallagher Colours by Chris O’Halloran Letters by Bram Meehan This short, eight page strip, available to read online for free, is ideally suited to those long cold, and slightly spooky, winters nights. It’s partly inspired by the true story of the murder in February of 1945 of one Charles Walton, a crime that ... Read More »

In Review: Preston North End – The Rise Of The Invincibles (and book launch news)

PNE can't stop scoring against Hyde FC, in the 1st round of the 1887 FA Cup.

Bookings are being taken for seats and tables for the official launch of the new graphic novel Preston North End – The Rise Of The Invincibles, a full-colour, graphic history about the birth and early success of one of England’s most famous clubs, created and written by Michael Barrett, illustrated by Roy of the Rovers artist David Sque, and with a foreword by former player and now ... Read More »

In Review: Ron Turner’s Space Ace Volume 7

Ron Turner's Space Ace Issue 7 - Cover SNIP

The latest issue of Ron Turner’s Space Ace (Volume 7) is out now, featuring three wonderfully retconned stories by the late comics artist (and writer) perhaps best known for his work on “The Daleks” strip for TV Century 21, but whose career encompassed many comics projects and a huge body of memorable illustration work. Edited by Ron’s longtime agent and ... Read More »

In Review: It’s Ghastly, the untimely demise of “Scream!” (Not for the nervous…)

It's Ghastly! - Cover

Greetings mortals! Don’t expect an objective review of It’s Ghastly, the new Comic Archive from Hibernia Comics (their third), because I’ve been waiting for this publication for over 30 years. I was absolutely the right age to be into Fleetway Editions short-lived weekly horror comic, Scream!, when it first came out and I devoured each issue with eager anticipation. When it ceased ... Read More »

In Review: Alex Automatic

Alex Automatic - Cover

The Book: Alex Automatic is written by Fraser Campbell with art by James Corcoran, colour art by David B. Cooper with lettering and design by Colin Bell. Variant covers are by Iain Laurie, Alisdair Wood and Nick Pitarra plus pin-ups by a host of others. Alex Automatic is about a Government agent called Alex Anderson. Subjected to an experimental programme, ... Read More »

In Review: The Artist by Anna Haifish

Created by Anna Haifish Published by Breakdown Press Published: 17th November 2016 (Available at Thought Bubble) The Book: Anna Haifsch’s idiosyncratic, episodic comic chronicles the experiences of a young artist in his formative years, satirising the exclusive, ephemeral and frequently absurd world of fine art. Plagued by doubts and anxiety, the artist is confronted with constant setbacks punctuated by occasional, surprising ... Read More »

In Review: MULP – Sceptre Of The Sun Issue 3

The rodent adventurers of MULP are back in their on-going quest to discover a powerful ancient relic, the Sceptre Of The Sun. Written by Matt Gibbs and illustrated by Sara Dunkerton, MULP issue 3 joins our mousey heroes as they prepare to set foot on Antarctica. Ex-soldier Jack Redpath and reporter Vicky Jones stay with the archaeological team of Prof Walter Harvest-Scott, ... Read More »

In Review: Largo Winch – Crossing Paths / 20 Seconds

It feels like a long time since we heard from Largo Winch, writer Jean Van Hamme and artist Philippe Francq’s billionaire, businessman, adventurer and philanthropist, and part of the reason for that is that Cinebook, who publish the English language versions of the books, no longer have a backlog as they have caught up with the latest French editions. Each ... Read More »

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