The cover for Mezolith Book Two, the long-awaited continuation of the much-praised, award-winning graphic adventure created by performance storyteller Ben Haggarty and storyboard artist Adam Brockbank. First published in The DFC comic, Mezolith got its US publication through Boom! Studios imprint Archaia with the release of a new edition the first volume earlier this year– and Ben told us thenContinue reading Mezolith Volume Two Cover Revealed
Here’s this week’s list of British creator and British publisher-skewed new comics, including new comics on sale in UK newsagents. Top of your list of British creator-related buys this week is surely Mezoltih, the award-winning British graphic novel that Boom! Studios are publishing for the first time in the US. Written by renowned performance storyteller BenContinue reading Something for the Weekend: New Snowpiercer and Stone Age Nightmares!
Mezolith, the much-praised, award-winning graphic adventure created by performance storyteller Ben Haggarty and storyboard artist Adam Brockbank, first published in The DFC comic, is to get a US publication through Boom! Studios imprint Archaia – and Ben tells us this new edition brings publication of a second adventure just a little closer. Set 10,000 years ago inContinue reading Haggarty and Brockbank’s “Mezolith” to get US publication, new adventure in works
The Dark Knight Returns, Scott Pilgrim vs The World, Star Wars, the Harry Potter movies, Kingsman: The Secret Service… these wouldn’t achieve their box office successes without the genius of concept artists. So the Lakes International Comic Art Festival is pleased to be featuring four of the UK’s leading exponents who have worked on these films and more for aContinue reading Dobby to Dark Knight: Concept Artists in Action at Lakes International Comic Art Festival
The DFC, the subscription-only anthology comic that ran for some 10 months in 2008 and early 2009, was always seen as a breeding ground for graphic novel compilations of its stories and so it’s good to see the comic tales now beginning to be published in full colour A4 size hardback books. The first trancheContinue reading In Review: Mezolith Book 1