By John Wagner, Alan Grant (writing as Rick Clark) and Eric Bradbury Publisher: Treasury of British Comics / Rebellion Out: Now Review by Andrew Darlington WAR! What is it good for? Absolutely NOTHING! I was born to the immediate post-war… Read More ›
Here’s an exclusive first look at Chris Weston’s fantastic cover, coloured by Dylan Teague, for the upcoming second collection of the 1970s British comic strip “Black Max” – a character who’s been enjoying quite a revival through the various Scream and Misty Specials, and his appearance in the 2000AD strip “Fiends of the Eastern Front”.
Tasked with investigating a series of supernatural murders on his home planet, Gefion, Shaman Kane – created by British comic creator David Broughton – returns to find that the ghosts of his past have returned to haunt him. Can Kane overcome what awaits him – or will history repeat itself?
Tales from the Udderverse (Mother Udder Comics) Written by Darren Cameron and Geoff McGrath Art by Francois LeClerc (including cover), Bolt-01, Bernard Campbell, David Deon, Mat Heldwen, Adam Stone Colour (“Harla”) by Michael Sanders Inks and Colour (“Sarna”) by Thiago… Read More ›
Web of Horror was an anthology horror comic published by Long Island-based Major Publications in the United States between 1969 to 1970. It ran for just three issues – but material from an unpublished fourth issue by some top comic artists is out there…