The Aeronauts - 1973 Annual SNIP

1970s “Flying Furies”, The Aeronauts, recalled

Picking up on our recent story about Tales from Europe, The Singing, Ringing Tree and The White Horses, who remembers The Aeronauts… or as older readers might remember them, from Lion comic – “The Flying Furies“? Not to be confused with the upcoming feature film starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, directed by Tom Harper,Continue reading 1970s “Flying Furies”, The Aeronauts, recalled

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Must have bandes dessinées for your bookshelf, by artist Keith Page

Charlotte Corday and Dan Dare artist Keith Page picks out some of his favourite bandes dessinées… Anyone who has visited a French comics shop will be aware of the vast and bewildering varieties of books displayed. Here are a few I found interesting that are well worth reading – or simply viewing, if you’re bereftContinue reading Must have bandes dessinées for your bookshelf, by artist Keith Page

Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin Volume One: Tintin in the Land of the Soviets SNIP

First ever Tintin cover looks set for one million dollar plus sale in June

The first cover appearance of Hergé‘s Tintin, arguably the most popular comic character worldwide, as well as a pair of lots by Osama Tezuka, the artist who has been called “the Japanese equivalent of Walt Disney” and a group of more than 50 lots of Walt Disney animation art, come to auction 8th – 9thContinue reading First ever Tintin cover looks set for one million dollar plus sale in June

Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani

In Review: Guantánamo Kid

Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc SelfMadeHero Life in the insanely oil-rich kingdom of Saudi Arabia may be great, if you are rich and male and Saudi. If you are a teenage Muslim boy from Chad, though, you’re part of the large underclass that carries out many ofContinue reading In Review: Guantánamo Kid

Operation Overlord 1 - Cover SNIP

Rebellion to release “Battle Presents: Operation Overlord” war story as direct sales title

Rebellion’s Battle imprint is to bring stories of the beaches of Normandy in 1944 to the direct comics market with Operation: Overlord #1. The international best-selling graphic novel series by writers Michael Le Galli and Bruna Falba, with stunning art by Star Wars and Hellblazer artist artist Davide Fabbri, Operation Overlord is being published under the company’s “Battle Presents” imprintContinue reading Rebellion to release “Battle Presents: Operation Overlord” war story as direct sales title