Coming soon is Rejected, a British independent anthology with a terrific cover by Stephen Sampson, edited by Baden James Mellonie, with pre-orders being taken now
Month: December 2019
Work is proceeding apace on the Kickstarter-funded Rok the God graphic novel from John Wagner, Alan Grant and Dan Cornwell, the sequel to Rok of the Reds, out next year. One element of the campaign was a limited edition variant cover by Brian Bolland – and the artist has now revealed the final cover.
A Garth strip has surfaced on eBay that has fans of of the Daily Mirror newspaper strip in a bit of a spin – because it suggests there may be missing, unpublished sequences from some stories out there, that were… Read More ›
The Angoulême Festival has announced “Worlds of Wallace Wood” – an exhibition celebrating the life and work of the influential American artist whose work included Daredevil, Dynamo, THUNDER Agents and more
Eagle and Swift artist Roy Cross’ new book The Art of Roy Cross is finally out from Crowood Press and includes a chapter on his comics work along with his later Airfix work and his more modern aviation and maritime fine art paintings
Some rotten news from British vLogger Neil Kenny, who is one of the one of the small but dedicated team who produced videos and ran the “Blast Process” YouTube channel
The Winter Eagle Times (Volume 32 No. 4) is out now and contains a range of articles about the classic British weekly comic, which celebrates its 70th anniversary next year.
There are some new and welcome elements to the line-up in the latest issue of Sector 13, the 2000AD fanzine from Belfast in Northern Ireland, including the introduction a new co-host, Oonargh, inspired by the classic 1970s girls comic, Misty.
Review by Tim Robins The surviving Resistance faces the First Order once more as Rey, Finn and Poe Dameron’s journey continues. With the power and knowledge of generations behind them, the final battle commences… WARNING: DO NOT READ ON IF… Read More ›
We’re very sorry to report that the brilliant Filipino artist, writer, historian, publisher and promoter Gerry Alanguilan, better known in the Philippines by his stage name Komikero, has died, aged 51. He had been ill for some time, battling what… Read More ›