Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

By: Garth Ennis & Keith Burns Publisher: Aftershock Review by Luke Williams The Books: World War Two is almost over, but no one seems to have told the Germans – as Royal Air Force pilot Jamie McKenzie finds out when he’s assigned to deadly shipping strikes along the enemy coast. Flying the Mosquito fighter-bomber againstContinue reading In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

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

MULP: Sceptre of The Sun Reaches Its Conclusion

The fifth and final issue of writer Matt Gibbs and artist Sara Dunkerton’s wonderful 1930’s mousey Indiana Jones style tale, MULP: Sceptre of The Sun, will be available at Thought Bubble in Harrogate, over the weekend of 10-11 November 2019, after its launch at the Nottingham Comic Con last Saturday. I first heard of MULPContinue reading MULP: Sceptre of The Sun Reaches Its Conclusion

Brussels Comic Art Factory to host Keith Burns exhibition

If you’re a fan of the art of Keith Burns, then you might want to head to the Comic Art Factory in Brussels, which is hosting an exhibition of his work from 25th October until 9th November 2019 – and the popular gallery is also offering original pages for sale on its websiteContinue reading Brussels Comic Art Factory to host Keith Burns exhibition

Bram Stoker’s Dracula starring Bela Lugosi SNIP

Legendary Comics stakes a claim on Bram Stoker’s Dracula

US publisher Legendary Comics has partnered with the Lugosi Estate and Kerry Gammill and announced a new Bram Stoker’s Dracula graphic novel starring the iconic film and stage star, Bela Lugosi. Set for release in late 2020, featuring art by El Garing. Set in the late 19th century, Dracula, the Transylvanian vampire, moves to EnglandContinue reading Legendary Comics stakes a claim on Bram Stoker’s Dracula