Thought Bubble this weekend saw ace print house Vice Press show off a range of limited edition posters – and some are now on general sale, with more to be released next week
Month: November 2019
Out in comic shops tomorrow, here’s some pages from Dark Horse Comics original graphic novel Our Encounters with Evil: Adventures of Professor J.T. Meinhardt and his Assistant Mr. Knox. The highly anticipated book is the sequel to the acclaimed graphic… Read More ›
The US Toy Association has unveiled 114 toy and game finalists for the prestigious 2020 Toy of the Year Awards, which include Barbie, Marvel character figures, LEGO‘s Stranger Things sets, Meccano, Pokémon, Power Rangers and more. Known as the “Oscars”… Read More ›
London’s Gosh Comics will host a signing with legendary comics creator Gilbert Shelton on Saturday 23rd November 2019
18th December 2019 would have been comic artist Ken Reid’s 100th birthday, and to celebrate this special occasion, Irmantas Povilaika, publisher of the brilliant Power Pack of Ken Reid books, is offering a Christmas gift to fans who still haven’t bought the two beautifully presented collections.
There’s a new issue of Doctor Who Magazine out this week – and it’s crammed with Daleks!
London’s Cartoon Museum hosts a Comics Laureate Round Table this Wednesday (13th November 2019), with Dave Gibbons, Charlie Adlard and Hannah Berry. This is a rare opportunity to see all three Comic Laureates on stage at the same time, including the… Read More ›
For British comic fans, the must-read memoir of 2020 is likely to be the fascinating inside story of one of British comics’ biggest movers and shakers – King’s Reach: John Sanders’ Twenty-Five Years at the Top of Comics. It certainly… Read More ›
Comedian Eddie Izzard took time out from his current global tour to support Liverpool Heartbeat’s comic/magazine
Reread in Doncaster collect and distribute thousands of free books to schools, other organisations, and individuals each year – but their warehouse was flooded on 8th November 2019, when the River Don broke its banks after torrential rainfall. The organisation… Read More ›