The exciting new kids comics publisher Bog Eyed Books will be at London’s GOSH Comics store on Thursday 5th October to officially launch themselves, with appearances by the whole talented team – Gary Northfield, Nicky Evans, Jim Medway, Alexander Matthews and Wilbur Dawbarn. The launch will be followed up by further appearances across the UKContinue reading London’s GOSH Comics to host Bog-Eyed Books Launch, Orbital Comics to host Big Comic Draw
While attending the inaugural Capital Sci-Fi Con at Meadowbank earlier this year, I got to see James “Safest Hands in Soccer” McCulloch, the author of City of Lost Souls being ambushed by John “Ball of Fire” Ferguson of DiamondSteel Comics as John is the driving force behind the Scotland Comic Creators Football Club (and yes,Continue reading When Saturday Comes: Comic Sporting Heroes of Yesteryear
Moose Kid Comics, the free online children’s comic, has released a special festive mini-issue, featuring the work of 28 of the best comic artists working today – hoping the new free digital issue will encourage people to back a great project to bring comics to kids in hospitals. The 16-page, full-colour special features idiotic elves, tormented Santas, snowballContinue reading Moose Kid Comics releases special Christmas issue to help raise funds for hospital comics project
Following up on John Freeman’s post expressing joy at seeing a child ignore all the “mag in a bag” comic/ young persons magazines in favour of the cheaper, non-bagged Beano, comic creator Alexander Matthews very kindly gave us permission to re-post his solution to “plastic plethora”. He first posted this article in 2013, but his argumentsContinue reading Mags In Bags: comic creator Alexander Matthews call for “VAT on Tat”
It’s live! Moose Kid Comics Issue 2, filled with yet more amazing all-ages comics, has just been launched on an unsuspecting internet by editor and publisher Jamie Smart – and it’s just as packed with great comic strips from a huge range of creators as last year’s first issue. Moose Kid Comics launched their firstContinue reading Moose Kids, the free humour e-comic for kids (of all ages) is back!