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In Praise of… Comic Artist Alfonso Font

If you caught yesterday’s news about the impending release of a collection of the 1970s strip “Black Max” as part of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics, the signature of the incredible artist Alfonso Font on the cover of the Collection just might have jumped out at you. If it didn’t, then here’s why it should have…Continue reading In Praise of… Comic Artist Alfonso Font

In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Issue 2

Tales Of WesterNoir, the short story anthology spin-off Accent UK’s ongoing old West demon hunting series WesterNoir, returns with a second issue as the two WesterNoir creators, writer Dave West and artist Gary Crutchley, both turn their hands to writing with art duties taken this time by others. Both tales in this issue feature Jim Wilson,Continue reading In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Issue 2

Accent UK Brings Trolls And Gunslingers To The Glasgow Comic Con

Accent UK will have their two latest titles The Troll and WesterNoir Book 5 at the Glasgow Comic Con this coming weekend. The Troll is by Danish artist and storyteller, Martin Flink, the author of Accent UK’s Man Of Glass. The silent, all-ages, colour comic is co-written by Martin’s young son Malthe, who inspired the storyContinue reading Accent UK Brings Trolls And Gunslingers To The Glasgow Comic Con

In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Book One

One of my favourite small press series over the last couple of years has been writer Dave West and artist Gary Crutchley’s WesterNoir published by Accent UK. The series follows Josiah Black who hunts supernatural creatures in the Old West and to date the series has run to four books with the fifth due this year.Continue reading In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Book One