Beano has partnered with World Book Day, offering a Book Token with this week’s issue
Writer and artist Steve Bright recalls the origins of Bananaman, a splendiferous and silly superhero created for Nutty with David Donaldson and artist John Geering
Bananaman’s 40th commemorative Beano comic is available in all good newsagents, supermarkets and through digital delivery now, fronted by a great cover from Nigel Parkinson
Beano is celebrating the 40th birthday of one of the super hero world’s fruitiest creation, Bananaman, with the launch of a special edition of the weekly comic, featuring an extended story for the character.
Last Saturday’s Comic Jam Symposium at London’s Cartoon Museum really got comics artist and author David Roach fired up to try and identify some of the last unknown British comic artists that have been nagging away at him for years
This new illustrators Special is for all those schoolboys that have refused steadfastly to grow up and master the art of reading serious works of literature. Do you recall Commando Comics, with those amazing covers and equally amazing interior art and stories?
DC Thomson Media are trailing a collection of two stories from their much-loved pocket digest title Starblazer on their web shop – but there’s no official details, as yet, of which stories it will include from the comics’ near 300-issue run… although artist Lee Grice has some ideas…
This summer, much-loved Beano characters are setting up home at Mottisfont, in Hampshire, for a vibrant new exhibition exploring 80 years of mischief and mayhem!
Born in Dundee on 2nd February 1892, James Leuchars Crighton was one of DC Thomson’s earliest comic’s talents, and his influence lives on today
Comics Inspiration: How Celebrities have inspired the look of some Comic Characters Part 3: 2000AD Edition
As people seem to have enjoyed Part One and Part Two of my look at celebrities who inspired the look of some well-known British comic characters, I thought it makes sense to add in Part Three, while I still have… Read More ›
As a kid, I loved seeing the different faces that artists would give to characters. I enjoyed the varying takes artists would have on each character, which is probably part of the reason I have never been “precious” about who… Read More ›