What comics did you read growing up?
Sean Michael Wilson feels there’s something lacking in The Guardians’s graphic novel coverage…
I’m not asking for much, honest…
More grim news for the UK high street, and the British comics industry
Comic shop owner Jeff Cahal urges British fans to urgent action after DC breaks with Diamond in the US
The character of Judge Dredd was designed to be satirical, depicting the ultimate draconian cop. Supplied, CC BY-ND Justin Matthews, Auckland University of Technology According to a recent study, the sixth leading cause of death for young men in the… Read More ›
I am becoming increasingly concerned by the rising number of independent publishers professing to support our comic industry, on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond, whose worthy ambition to promote comics is being marred by an apparent blind spot when it comes the reompense of creators.
WHSmith has finished bottom of the Which? annual UK high street shops survey rankings of more than 100 shops for the ninth year in a row, while specialist retailers come out on top. The annual survey of more than 7700… Read More ›
2000AD creator Pat Mills official blog, part of Millsverse, might be an acquired taste for some with its mix of marketing and memoir, but I really do enjoy the industry details. (I think “The Sparky People” strip in my childhood… Read More ›
Even before Free Comic Book Day 2019 is over, copies of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics free Funny Pages sampler of British humour comics is now being offered on eBay for a staggering £9.95