Supermarionation (and more) celebrated with shows old and new by Century 21 Films

A draughty warehouse on the Slough Trading Estate in the 1960s: what could possibly be so special about such a place? One word: Supermarionation… the term most associated with Gerry Anderson’s many TV shows, and the inspiration for Moon Rangers,… Read More ›

New documentary celebrates the ground-breaking SF art of Chesley Bonestell

Long before satellites would journey to planets and deep-space telescopes would photograph distant galaxies, there was an artist whose prescient vistas dazzled the eyes and the imagination of all who beheld them. His name was Chesley Bonestell. How could he… Read More ›

Sequart’s Image Comics Documentary Released Through Shout! Factory

The Sequart Organization and Respect Films have announced that Shout! Factory has picked up their documentary, The Image Revolution, for distribution. The Image Revolution examines one of the most important and daring moves in comic book history. In 1992, a group of… Read More ›

ARGH! Comics Need You! Or Rather, Bay TV Liverpool Need You For a TV Show About Comics…

Can you laugh out loud while someone drones on for hours and hours about bloomin’ comic books? If so, Bay TV Liverpool want you to be part of the audience at Liverpool’s Central Library on Saturday 30th January 2016. You will witness the… Read More ›

Starblazer remembered by legendary comic artist Enrique “Quique” Alcatena

  DC Thomson’s 1970’s Starblazer – “Science Fiction Adventure in Pictures” – is remembered by Enrique “Quique” Alcatena in a new Spanish-language documentary titled, simply, Alacatena, directed by Diego Arandojo. Enrique “Quique” Alcatena is regarded as one of Argentina’s most prestigious cartoonists who also drew several… Read More ›

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