Dennis the Menace Screen Print by John Patrick Reynolds SNIP

John Patrick Reynolds offers new limited edition “Dennis the Menace” print

Screen printer John Patrick Reynolds is offering a new limited edition print of Dennis the Menace, based on an which first appeared in an edition of The Beano annual in the 1960s – and has inspired other similar illustrations of the character sinceContinue reading John Patrick Reynolds offers new limited edition “Dennis the Menace” print

Space: 1999 Book and Record Set Montage - Power Records, 1976

Space: 1999 Power Records cover art offered in auction

Heritage Auctions has some Space: 1999 art credited to Neal Adams and Dick Giordano on offer in its upcoming Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction in Dallas, taking place 1st – 3rd August 2019. Split over two lots, on offer is Cover Original Art and Book and Record Set and the Front and Back CoverContinue reading Space: 1999 Power Records cover art offered in auction

Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin Volume One: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets SNIP

Tintin in the Land of the Soviets cover art sells for $1.12 million

The very first original cover art featuring  the beloved comic character Tintin, Hergé’s The Adventures of Tintin Volume 1: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets, sold for more than $1.12 million by Heritage Auctions on Saturday, 8th June, in a sale of European Comic Art held in Dallas, Texas. The remarkable discovery is oneContinue reading Tintin in the Land of the Soviets cover art sells for $1.12 million

Sgt. Rock by Brian Bolland, coloured by Marco Lesko SNIP

Creator Spotlight: Sgt. Rock by Brian Bolland re-visited, by Robotech colourist Marco Lesko

Colourist Marco Lesko, who I worked with on the recently-published Doctor Who: The Seventh Doctor mini-series from Titan Comics, posted his colouring take on an iconic Sgt Rock page by Brian Bolland, first published by DC Comics in 1992. I’m a fan of Marco’s work and I thought you might like to see it here… MarcoContinue reading Creator Spotlight: Sgt. Rock by Brian Bolland re-visited, by Robotech colourist Marco Lesko