Month: July 2008

Britain is Broken…

British indie comics publisher Moonface Press has launched a website to support the release of its forthcoming graphic novel, Septic Isle. The site – – features a free PDF download of the book’s first 10 pages, plus information about… Read More ›

More from Blank Slate

New UK publisher Blank Slate has announced a further four graphic collections, following hot on the heels of their release of Oliver East’s Trains Are Mint and Mawli’s We Can Still be Friends. All four stick to the publishers hoped… Read More ›

The Surgeon Recut

Scottish publishers Rough Cut Comics, publishers of Rose Black, the Freedom Collective and more, are releasing a trade paperback compiling the original two-issue mini-series The Surgeon, featuring the early artwork of Jaeson Finn. The Surgeon, which ran ran for five… Read More ›

Jack Kirby Quarterly Returns

We knew Dez Skinn, former editor of Comics International, Warrior and many more Brtitish comics titles couldn’t keep away from good old print journalism forever. His next project is the 15th anniversary special of the world’s first-ever magazine devoted to… Read More ›

Happy Birthday Beano Event

As previously mentioned here, Happy Birthday Beano, the official 70th anniversary exhibition will be running in the Tower Building of the University of Dundee from from 18th July to 20th September 2008. The display will include original artwork from the… Read More ›