Month: March 2012

Charting the Marvelman saga

Comics expert Pádraig Ó Méalóid has posted story about the complicated story of Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane’s ongoing disputes, presented as a timeline, which you can see here. “On the 27th January, Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane finally settled… Read More ›

Marvelman Challenge!

As it’s recently been noted on several blogs and forums that the Dez Skinn-created Warrior was first published 30 years ago (including Lew Stringer’s terrific blog, see:, I thought I’d throw down a challenge to readers and members of… Read More ›

Flesh chomps back into 2000AD

Time-travelling cowboys and murderous lizards are rampaging back into the pages of 2000AD, as Flesh returns again. One of the all-time classic strips from early 2000AD, Flesh made a thrilling, blood-splattering return to the weekly British anthology title last year… Read More ›

Go Undercover, Low Life!

From the world of Judge Dredd, comes Mega-City Undercover 02 – four tales about the idiosyncratic members of Justice Department undercover unit, known as the ‘Wally Squad’. But they patrol no ordinary patch – this is the Low Life, the… Read More ›