“Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash”, A Reader’s Experience

Created by Dave McKean Publisher: Lakes International Comic Art Festival and Hourglass (the Artist’s Book, limited edition of 300 – a graphic novel edition will be

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British Comics: Charting The Reprint Rights Nightmare

The arrival of the first volume of Star Trek: The Classic UK Comics from US publisher IDW this morning (courtesy of

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The British Comics Industry: Looking Back on 2015, Looking Forward to 2016

With the festive season upon us and 2015 racing to a close, over on Comic Book Resources, staff writer and

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The British Comics Industry: Still Alive and Kicking, Despite Troll Claims to the Contrary

Phil Boyce runs the Oink! blog, dedicated to the original, cheeky, innovative comic that once featured the best of British talent, as

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Despite the Odds, Child buys Beano in Supermarket Shock; the perils and pitfalls of UK news stand distribution

Here’s a couple of snapshots of a typical British supermarket display of teen and young children’s magazines taken yesterday, which

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In My View: Why The British Comics Industry is Far From Dead

It’s hard to credit but, strangely, there are some out there who claim the British comics industry is dead, ignoring

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