Spanish publisher Amigo Comics will release the first collection of their acclaimed mini-series Planet of the Daemons: The Eye of Lucifer in June, a bewitching story of occult adventure from British creators writer Kevin Gunstone and artist Paul Moore, coloured by Serbian Stefan Mrkonjichas, with lettering by Malaka Studios. Described by one reviewer as “likeContinue reading Amigo Comics announces “Planet of Daemons” collection
The next issue of indie hit and Kickstarter-funded Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman (#8), created by Tom Ward and Luke Parker (artist on the Halloween Eagle strip for Dark Horse appearing in Astro Hustle), lettered by Nic J. Shaw, is available to pre-order now!Continue reading Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman is back… and in big trouble!
Renegade Entertainment are to publish The Burning Black: Legend of Black Shuck by Mark Allard-Will, a British-born writer now living in Canada, bringing one of Britain’s most famed monsters, Black Shuck, to comics. Regular readers may recall the project was one he highlighted when it was seeking funding on Kickstarter last year. The project –Continue reading Sneak Peek: The Burning Black – Legend of Black Shuck
Renegade Arts Entertainment has released a collection of Ben Clark‘s utterly bonkers – and wonderfully funny – The Spine Chillers later this month, a series inspired by the company’s audio books line. The collection features guest strips from William Simpson, PJ Holden, Richmond Clements and Vicky Stonebridge. Based on the premise that some of history’sContinue reading Are you ready for “The Spine Chillers”? (I doubt it…)
Comic creators David Hine and Mark Stafford will be interviewed by Alex Fitch at the free Cartoon County in Brighton on Monday, discussing their brilliant recent graphic novel Lip Hook, published last year by SelfMadeHero, and their forthcoming book The Bad Bad Place, coming from Soaring Penguin Press at the end of this year. David Hine has been workingContinue reading Brighton’s Cartoon County delivers Lip Hook creators David Hine and Mark Stafford