British Comics Flashback: “The Phantom Footballer of Amiens” by “Charley’s War” artist Joe Colquhoun

Joe Colquhoun, co-creator of the seminal World War One comic strip “Charley’s War” with Pat Mills for Battle, had a

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Mentioned in Dispatches: How “Victor” documented the story of World War One Victoria Cross winner Jack White

Running at the Lancaster City Museum, Lancaster, until Sunday 12th November 2017 is “Boom Town“, combining the story of the

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Kendal Calling: Ivan Petrus Adriaenssens on the Draw of War…

Here’s the first of this year’s “Kendal Calling” interviews, highlighting the work of comic creators attending this years Lakes International

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Dave McKean’s “Black Dog” heads to Derby Book Festival

The work of the English artist Paul Nash (1889–1946) — one of the most important landscape artists of the twentieth

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Battle of the Somme Re-Visited in “For Valour”, a new comic by Stephen Mooney and Eoin Coveney 

An exciting comics project jointly produced by Monaghan County Museum, Armagh County Museum and Craigavon Museum Services recently saw the creation of

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Battle of the Somme marked in new Commando comic

The latest editions of DC Thomson’s Commando (Issues 4927-4930), on sale now in all good newsagents, include an issue marking

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Alien Air Aces in Commando? The Truth is Out at Your Newsagent!

Here’s the inside intel on the latest issues of DC Thomson’s Commando – Issues 4923-4926 – on sale now in

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“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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