A montage of just some of the characters Comic Scene UK will cover.

ComicsFlix news site announces return of stripzine Atomic and a new, subscription-only comic magazine

The comics news site ComicsFlix has just announced two great new print titles – including Comic Scene UK, a subscription only monthly comic magazine – as part of a return for its team’s return to publishing. Also in the works is a revival of the 1980’s/90’s stripzine Atomic in a one off summer special, following up on the onlineContinue reading ComicsFlix news site announces return of stripzine Atomic and a new, subscription-only comic magazine

The main selection of kids' comics. All of Eason's shelves aren't too high and are within reach of children, unlike some supermarkets where the shelves can even tower above adults.

Northern Ireland’s newsagents put some of England’s to shame when it comes to Comics Retailing

Back in 2015, Oink! Blog creator Phil Boyce wrote a post in the early days of December encouraging readers to go and explore the comics shelves of their local shops, whether they were newsagents, supermarkets, comic stores or local corner shops, or to look into independently published comics and maybe go online and explore theContinue reading Northern Ireland’s newsagents put some of England’s to shame when it comes to Comics Retailing

Atomic Issue 6 - Captain-Scotland SNIP

Lost superhero Captain Scotland returns, in time for Book Week Scotland 2017

After mysteriously disappearing from the pages of the Scottish small press magazine Atomic some 30 years ago, superhero Captain Scotland is to return on St Andrews Day 2017, during Book Week Scotland. “Captain Scotland: Back to the Future”, a new short story featuring the character, will appear on the Scottish-based comic and film website ComicsFlix.org on Thursday 30th NovemberContinue reading Lost superhero Captain Scotland returns, in time for Book Week Scotland 2017