Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2018 is Yomi Ayeni, an award winning Transmedia creator, producer, filmmaker, and storyteller, who will be co-ordinating a very special steampunk project at LICAF this October – he’sContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

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Pat Mills heads to Prague to talk 2000AD’s “Defoe”, his comics career and more

2000AD creator Pat Mills is looking forward to going to Prague this week, for an-all day comic event at Prague City Library on Friday 28th September – and the event will hopefully be live streamed. He’ll be chatting about his career, 2000AD, and – most important of all – the return of 17th century zombie-hunter Defoe,Continue reading Pat Mills heads to Prague to talk 2000AD’s “Defoe”, his comics career and more

‘Kingdom’ by Jon McNaught

In Review: ‘Kingdom’ by Jon McNaught

Created by Jon McNaught Hardback – 128 pages – £16.99 Published by Nobrow The Story: Jon McNaught returns with another beautiful comic that makes the ordinary, extraordinary. A family sets off for a long weekend at a caravan park on the British coast. We follow them through the familiar landscapes of a summer holiday: motorwayContinue reading In Review: ‘Kingdom’ by Jon McNaught

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Sarah Graley draws Minecraft, first pages revealed by Dark Horse

Ahead of New York Comic Con and MINECON Earth, Dark Horse, Mojang AB, and Microsoft have revealed the first art from the first instalment in a multi-project publishing partnership, Minecraft Volume One, featuring art by Sarah Graley. Minecraft Volume One is the first officially licensed original graphic novel set in the world of the gamingContinue reading Sarah Graley draws Minecraft, first pages revealed by Dark Horse

Alan Moore’s Jerusalem

Alan Moore’s Jerusalem release as omnibus paperback

Jerusalem, the New York Times-bestseller from Alan Moore, author of From Hell and Watchmen is now available in a single-volume paperback. On sale from today, Tuesday 25th September in shops and in digital from 25th September, the novel is published in the UK from Knockabout (£16.99) and in the US from Liveright ($24.95). The Library Journal describes Moore’s sprawlingContinue reading Alan Moore’s Jerusalem release as omnibus paperback