Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection SNIP

In Review: Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection

Introduced by David A. Roach Writers: Various Art: Jordi Badia Romero Publisher: Treasury of British Comics/Rebellion Price £19.99/ 128 Pages Out: Now Reviewed by: Peter Duncan The Book: Celebrating the incredible art of Jordi Badía Romero from supernatural girls comic Misty, this sumptuous hardcover art book collects stories from the 1980s that showcase this remarkable,Continue reading In Review: Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection

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Is DCT Heritage Comics reviving “Spellbound”?

DC Thomson Media launched social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook for its DCT Heritage Comics imprint at the beginning of the month – and one classic comic getting attention on both services is the fondly-remembered 1970s girls title Spellbound.Continue reading Is DCT Heritage Comics reviving “Spellbound”?

John Armstrong “Life Studies”

Bunty and Misty artist John Armstrong “Life Studies” on eBay

More of Misty comics artist John Armstrong‘s  life studies artworks created in the 1940s, are up for sale now on eBay. I’m selling the work on behalf of John’s family, and here is a selection what’s on offer in this second John Armstrong “Life Studies” Sale. These artworks are some of comics artist John Armstrong’s life drawingsContinue reading Bunty and Misty artist John Armstrong “Life Studies” on eBay

Comic collector Peter Hansen. Behnd him, just some of the Fleetway bound editions assembled for internal use by the company

A Comics Collection for the Nation: An Interview with Peter Hansen

downthetubes is delighted to present both a video and text interview with comics collector Peter Hansen, whose extraordinary archive of British comic art, comics and comics ephemera is an incredible “Aladdin’s Cave”Continue reading A Comics Collection for the Nation: An Interview with Peter Hansen

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Out This Week: The Tammy and Jinty Special

Tammy and Jinty were two of Britain’s best-loved girls’ comics of the 1970s and ’80s – ground-breaking female-led comics that covered everything from science fiction and fantasy to romance and a whole lot of fun… and now they’re back, for what’s hopefully the first of many more Specials. In the Tammy & Jinty Special, withContinue reading Out This Week: The Tammy and Jinty Special