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Day of Dredd – Signing Details across the UK and US revealed

Rebellion has announced the full thrill-powered line-up of events for The Day of Dredd, celebrating the legacy and cultural impact of Britain’s biggest comic book export, Judge Dredd. Taking place on Saturday 7th September 2019, this mixture of creator signings, live art jams, film screenings, and panel talks is dedicated to recognising and exploring Dredd’sContinue reading Day of Dredd – Signing Details across the UK and US revealed

Remembering Marvel UK’s The Real Ghostbusters: An Interview with artist Brian Williamson 

One of the first comics I wrote for on a regular basis, thanks to faith in me from launch editor Richard Starkings, was Marvel UK’s The Real Ghostbusters. Well, there’s now a fan site dedicated to the title – The Art of Real Ghostbusters – run by comic collector Joe O’Brien, who has kindly givenContinue reading Remembering Marvel UK’s The Real Ghostbusters: An Interview with artist Brian Williamson 

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British Comics Past: Super Naturals

Super Naturals must surely rank as one of the shortest-lived British comics of all time, with just nine regular issues to its name. In common with the M.A.S.K. and Ring Raiders comics, Super Naturals was based on a series of toys, released in 1986 by Tonka, a company now owned by Transformers makers Hasbro. TheContinue reading British Comics Past: Super Naturals

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Sparkle World’s “Goblin Princess” strip Brought To Book

A few years ago Jenny O’Connor, Editorial Director at Redan Publishing (whose titles include the best-selling Peppa Pig) started writing a strip story for the company’s popular Sparkle World called The Goblin Princess – and now the strip has become a book, illustrated by Kate Willis-Crowley, published by Faber. The Goblin Princess is set in aContinue reading Sparkle World’s “Goblin Princess” strip Brought To Book

Family Guy comic

Steve White, editor of Titan Comics new Family Guy comic – which launches next month in the US and in August in the UK – says the comic will not only uphold the TV tradition of the Emmy-nominated animated show but delve deeper into the characters and comedy of Peter Griffin, his family, and friends.Continue reading Family Guy comic