Nick Abadzis. Photo © Steve Cook

Nick Abadzis Retrospective Exhibition announced

Eisner Award-winning British comic creator Nick Abadzis been invited by Scott Eder Gallery at the Mana Contemporary in New Jersey to put on a show. “It’ll be in Fall (Autumn to you/us Brits),” says Nick, “so that gives me a little time to sort through over thirty years’ worth of comic art.” Now living inContinue reading Nick Abadzis Retrospective Exhibition announced

Peter Hampson and Stephen Whittle at the launch of “Frank Hampson – The Man Who Drew Dan Dare” at the Atkinson, Southport. Image courtesy The Atkinson

Dan Dare and Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibitions Closing Soon

Two Frank Hampson Centenary exhibitions, one at The Atkinson in Southport, the other at Bourne Hall in Ewell, are both coming to an end in March. Time’s running out if you haven’t seen them yet. And while we’re talking about Frank, his son, Peter Hampson, has pointed us in the direction of a new book byContinue reading Dan Dare and Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibitions Closing Soon

Psycho Gran by David Leach

David Leach’s “Psycho Gran” heads to Belle Vue! (the pub, of course…)

An exhibition of art from Psycho Gran opens at the Belle Vue Pub in High Wycombe on Wednesday (6th February 2019), running for six weeks, with creator David Leach attending the opening night. Psycho Gran – recently seen within the digital pages of Aces Weekly, with other adventures available in print from Titan Comics, isContinue reading David Leach’s “Psycho Gran” heads to Belle Vue! (the pub, of course…)

Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibition 2019

In Pictures: Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibition at Bourne Hall

For anyone who’s not managed to make it to Southport’s The Atkinson gallery for their superb Frank Hampson – The Man Who Drew Dan Dare exhibition, then you might try and make it to Bourne Hall in Epsom, Surrey, instead. Their small but perfectly crafted Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibition also celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birthContinue reading In Pictures: Frank Hampson Centenary Exhibition at Bourne Hall

The Smurfs head to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival this October

Wallonia-Brussels International, with the help of the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, is bringing an exhibition of The Smurfs to the Lake District later this year. The Smurfs incredible story began in October 1958, in the pages of the Belgian magazine Spirou. “Johan and Pirlouit“, a comic strip set in the Middle Ages created by Pierre CullifordContinue reading The Smurfs head to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival this October