Sid “Swab” Burgon’s “Ivor Lott and Tony Broke” art from Buster up for sale

The London-based Illustration Art Gallery, publishers of the fantastic Illustrators magazine (Issue 19 is out now) have, this month, branched

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Alan Moore to introduce new Ken Reid “Faceache” collection 

Watchmen and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen writer Alan Moore has written an introduction to the upcoming collection of some of

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Egmont’s classic comics archive arrives at Rebellion, Roy of the Rovers collections already in the works

The surviving  bound comics volumes and comics art from the Egmont archive has arrived at new owners Rebellion‘s Oxford HQ,

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Creating Comics: Are There Better Ways to Reach Your Readers Than Through WHSmith?

I’m throwing this out there for discussion, because my article suggesting a Buster comic revival has stirred up some interesting

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Creating Comics: Could Rebellion Bring Back Buster?

The news that 2000AD and Judge Dredd Meagzine publisher Rebellion has bought Egmont’s classic comic archive certainly gotten a lot

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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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