Writer and artist Steve Bright recalls the origins of Bananaman, a splendiferous and silly superhero created for Nutty with David Donaldson and artist John Geering
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Bananaman’s 40th commemorative Beano comic is available in all good newsagents, supermarkets and through digital delivery now, fronted by a great cover from Nigel Parkinson
Dr William Proctor, Senior Lecturer in Transmedia, Culture and Communication at Bournemouth University has announced his next academic project will be a book-length study of 2000AD sister comic, CRISIS
Beano is celebrating the 40th birthday of one of the super hero world’s fruitiest creation, Bananaman, with the launch of a special edition of the weekly comic, featuring an extended story for the character.
With over one hundred years of comics and associated titles now part of what could be collected and published by Rebellion, you can imagine there have been plenty of suggestions from fans of both their boys and girls comics – and a recent one was “The Cat Girl”, who appeared in the 1970s comic Sally…
The ultimate introduction to the ultimate lawman – Essential Judge Dredd – launches this September
2000 AD Prog 2162 – the bumper, 100-page end-of-year issue of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic – is on sale now in all good UK comic shops, UK newsagents and via various digital platforms, and it’s a real festive treat. Plus,… Read More ›
Last Saturday’s Comic Jam Symposium at London’s Cartoon Museum really got comics artist and author David Roach fired up to try and identify some of the last unknown British comic artists that have been nagging away at him for years
This new illustrators Special is for all those schoolboys that have refused steadfastly to grow up and master the art of reading serious works of literature. Do you recall Commando Comics, with those amazing covers and equally amazing interior art and stories?