Dog fights and U-Boat hunts? It’s all-out action in new Commando comics

Here’s the intel on the latest issues of DC Thomson’s Commando war comic (Issues 5071 – 5074), on sale in

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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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Whaam! : The Aeronautical Perspective

Roy Lichtenstein. The art world may love him but to comics fans he is a copyist, modifying others’ work and then

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New Commando tale offers “Operation Torch”-inspired World War Two story

Here’s the lowdown on the latest issues of Commando (Issues 4887-4890), on sale this coming Thursday. These new issues are announced

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Comic Creator Spotlight: The Art of Ron Smith, Part Two – The Hotspur Mark II 1959 to 1969

My first article regarding the work of Ron Smith acted as a introduction, to remind us how great this veteran artist,

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Creating Comics: Adapting Sven Hassel’s “Wheels of Terror”

Today sees the release of the Wheels of Terror: The Graphic Novel by publisher Weidenfeld & Nicolson, an imprint of the Orion

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Greenwich “War Artists at Sea” exhibition includes work of Eagle’s “PC49” artist, John Worsley

Showcasing the very best of Royal Museums Greenwich’s collection of First and Second World War art, “War Artists at Sea” is a programme

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Hiroshima anniversary prompts new comic study, London art exhibition “Paintings from Hiroshima”

Next month sees the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, one of the final, horrific closing acts

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