Hellboy artist Ben Stenbeck joins Comics Salopia line up

At Comics Salopia this June, join host Leonard Sultana as he interviews the guest who has travelled further than any other to join us here in Shrewsbury.
Hellboy, Baltimore and BPRD artist Ben Stenbeck is joining the event, all the way from New Zealand.Continue reading Hellboy artist Ben Stenbeck joins Comics Salopia line up

Swift Morgan and the Flying Saucers - SNIP

British Comic Heroes: Swift Morgan – The First Brit in Space? – and artist Denis McLoughlin

He was Britain’s first genuine picture-strip SF hero, his adventures launched in far-off 1948, visualised by the legendary Denis McLoughlin. Now, Andrew Darlington explores the full, complex, and fascinating history of Swift Morgan… ‘FAST ACTION IN THE WORLDS OF THE FUTURE’ “Chin Up Silver! We’ve Got Out Of Other Tough Spots…!” The roundly-solid blue spaceshipContinue reading British Comic Heroes: Swift Morgan – The First Brit in Space? – and artist Denis McLoughlin

MACC-POW! announces first guests for June

This year’s line-up for MACC-POW!, a one day celebration of comics and comic art, in the heart of Macclesfield, Cheshire in June, has just been announced. Observer comics prize winner Tor Freeman, Jacob Phillips and Lew Stringer return, joined this year by Comics Laureate Hannah Berry, New Zealand cartoonist Roger Langridge and Rachael Smith.Continue reading MACC-POW! announces first guests for June

University of East Anglia Master's in Comic Art Announcement

University of East Anglia announces Master’s in Comic Art for 2020

The University of East Anglia, near Norwich, will launch a Master of Arts program in Comics Studies in September 2020 – the first in the world. “Comics have never been more popular, and never more important,” an announcement reads. “Our MA degree in Comics Studies will enable you to discover the varied history, culture andContinue reading University of East Anglia announces Master’s in Comic Art for 2020

The Tiger Who Came to Tea - Stage Play 2019

Judith Kerr talks “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” as UK stage tour begins

Direct from a smash hit West End season, Judith Kerr‘s The Tiger Who Came to Tea has returned to the stage, celebrating its tenth year as a spectacular kid’s play – and we’ve got a short interview with the book’s author for you. The tour opens at Mansfield’s Palace Theatre next week, offering the chanceContinue reading Judith Kerr talks “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” as UK stage tour begins