Saturday Evening Post artist Joe de Mers profiled in latest Illustration magazine

The latest issue of the US Illustration magazine (#64) features the work of American artist Joe de Mers, best known for his many slick magazine illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post and othersContinue reading Saturday Evening Post artist Joe de Mers profiled in latest Illustration magazine

Doctor Who Magazine Issue 539 - the regular and WHSmith Exclusive editions side by side (With thanks to Lew Stringer)

New Doctor Who Magazine Exclusive Edition offers Dalek goodies*

A WHSmith exclusive version of Doctor Who Magazine Issue 539, on sale now, includes a vinyl EP featuring material from the classic 1960s Doctor Who story The Evil of the Daleks. The strictly limited Deluxe Edition for WHSmith customers offers a 28-page supplement, audio downloads, a bookmark and a 7” vinyl EP, specially created byContinue reading New Doctor Who Magazine Exclusive Edition offers Dalek goodies*

Showcase: Nella the Princess Knight

Showcase: Nella the Princess Knight on sale now

Egmont Publishing‘s latest issue of Showcase magazine, on sale now, is a special based on the popular Nick Jr. television series, Nella the Princess Knight. Nella is an eight-year old picture-perfect princess, but that’s only part of her story. She’s more than a princess, and more than a knight. She’s a princess knight! With theContinue reading Showcase: Nella the Princess Knight on sale now

INFINITY Issue 20 Cover - The Incredible Hulk by Pete Wallbank SNIP

“Don’t make me angry…” INFINITY Magazine “Incredible Hulk” cover reveal!

Artist Pete Wallbank has revealed his art for a new cover for INFINITY magazine featuring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno in their roles as David Banner and his big green alter-ego from the 1970s TV show The Incredible Hulk – and it’s absolutely awesome. He teased fans of his work with his initial design work/sketchContinue reading “Don’t make me angry…” INFINITY Magazine “Incredible Hulk” cover reveal!

Fantasy Advertiser #32 Cover SNIP

A snapshot of British Comics Fandom in 1970: Fantasy Advertiser #32

David Hathaway-Price continues his brilliant UK Classic Comic Zines project to digitise British comic fanzines across several decades, from their early beginnings in the 1960s and 70s as hand printed low print run titles to more sophisticated, slick looking publications in the 1980s and beyond – adding a ground-breaking Issue of Fantasy Advertiser his invaluable web site.Continue reading A snapshot of British Comics Fandom in 1970: Fantasy Advertiser #32