Adrift by John Tucker - Sample Art

In Preview: “Adrift” by John Tucker

Adrift Created by John Tucker 40 pages – Black and White – £2 Launching at Thought Bubble Festival this month The General Idea: This is a world exactly like ours. Full of motorways and people and forks. One day, gravity decided that it wanted to just up and go. Suddenly and without any kind ofContinue reading In Preview: “Adrift” by John Tucker

In Preview: “Amnesia Agents” by Jason Cobley and James Gray

Written by Jason Cobley Art and Lettering by James Gray Black and White interiors – 52 pages – £6.99 The Story: Amnesia Agents are tasked with tracking down missing memories and forgotten people. The barrier between Earth and Echo has cracked… Have you ever wondered what happens to the things you forget? When you forgetContinue reading In Preview: “Amnesia Agents” by Jason Cobley and James Gray

2000AD 2097 - Cover SNIP

Sneak Peek: 2000AD Prog 2097 – and some hints of new thrills in Prog 2100!

As the countdown continues toward 2000AD Prog 2100, here’s a quick look at the next issue of Britain’s only SF weekly comic, on sale on Wednesday in all good newsagents, UK comic shops and via various digital platforms. This issue features “Judge Dredd“, “The Order“, “Survival Geeks“, “Grey Area” and “Mechastopheles“, all stories thundering towardsContinue reading Sneak Peek: 2000AD Prog 2097 – and some hints of new thrills in Prog 2100!

Snap Flash Hustle #1 - Cover A SNIP

Coming Up from Black Mask Studios: a stylish crime thriller, “Snap Flash Hustle”

Our thanks to ace letterer Jim Campbell for highlighting Snap Flash Hustle, a new comic from written by Pat Shand, with art by Emily Pearson. Jim’s lettering this four-issue series from Black Mask Studios, a comic book and graphic novel publishing company formed by Matt Pizzolo, Steve Niles and Brett Gurewitz, designed as a new infrastructureContinue reading Coming Up from Black Mask Studios: a stylish crime thriller, “Snap Flash Hustle”

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen finale continues in October, new omnibus edition out next year

Echoing British girls comics of the 1960s and 70s, Kevin O’Neill‘s fantastic cover for the third jaw-dropping instalment of his and Alan Moore’s astonishing League of Extraordinary Gentlemen swan-song The Tempest takes us from a boarding school in Big Brother-dominated England to a civic ball with a Frankenstein monster in Toyland. The story pauses forContinue reading League of Extraordinary Gentlemen finale continues in October, new omnibus edition out next year