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Early Death’s Head stories omnibus on its way in 2020?

With the new Death’s Head mini series by Tini Howard and Kei Zama launching later this month from Marvel in comic shops, it’s no surprise that a collection is also on its way – but so, it seems, is an “Omnibus” edition of Death’s Head adventures, scheduled for March 2020. Titled Death’s Head: Freelance PeacekeepingContinue reading Early Death’s Head stories omnibus on its way in 2020?

Comic Creator Spotlight: Roland Davies and “Come On, Steve!”

Here’s a few examples of the wonderful “Come on, Steve” strip, and a tribute to the strip’s creator, Roland Davies. Davies drew for the strip for both the Sunday Express and the Sunday Dispatch and I loved reading the stories as a kid, which appeared in annuals owned, presumably, by my Mum as a child,Continue reading Comic Creator Spotlight: Roland Davies and “Come On, Steve!”

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BBC release new Doctor Who portraits by Jeremy Enecio

BBC America unveiled new character portraits of the Doctors from Doctor Who at this year’s San Diego Comic Con – all 14 of them, including John Hurt’s War Doctor – illustrated by Jeremy Enecio. All the images are based on famous photos or scenes from the show, such as The Time Warrior, Bad Wolf/ TheContinue reading BBC release new Doctor Who portraits by Jeremy Enecio

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Apollo 11 at 50: Returning Home

It was actually 21st July that the return to Earth began. Armstrong and Aldrin spent less than three hours walking on the Moon and lifted off in the Lunar Module’s ascent stage less than 22 hours after they had touched down. 10 years ago on downthetubes, Jeremy Briggs wrote a 40th anniversary day-by-day celebration seriesContinue reading Apollo 11 at 50: Returning Home

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Marvel UK in Print: A Quick Guide

Marvel UK fans often comment on the lack of Marvel UK’s “Genesis 1992” related collections, but as we have reported down the years, at least some Marvel stories created in the UK have been reprinted, by Marvel US and Panini. Here’s a quick checklist – additions are welcome. All the links on the book titlesContinue reading Marvel UK in Print: A Quick Guide