Axa, Robot Archie, Sanjulian art and more up for auction

Quite by chance, I came across an interesting auction of Original Comic Art on Catwiki which ends tomorrow but includes a few items by British creators and a huge range of art by some well known European artists, including an “Axa” strip by Enrique Badia Romero and a “Robot Archie” page by Ted Kearon, from Lion.Continue reading Axa, Robot Archie, Sanjulian art and more up for auction

Legends of Comic Women and Men of Paper By Enric Badia Romero

Axa and Modesty Blaise artist Romero announces new art book

Modesty Blaise and Axa artist Enric Badia Romero, still very much active, has announced a new book, Legends of Comic Women and Men of Paper, available to pre-order from him direct. It’s the latest in a line of self-published Books from the artist, this title dedicated to compiling all his illustrations of various comic characters,Continue reading Axa and Modesty Blaise artist Romero announces new art book

AXA: Battle for the Serpent Gate – movie promotional activity ramps up

Los Angeles-based Saturn Harvest is ramping up work on its Axa movie project, AXA: Battle for the Serpent Gate, based on the newspaper strip first published in the British newspaper The Sun from 1978 to 1986, written by the late Donne Avenell and drawn by Enrique Badia Romero. Alongside the $100 million movie project, whichContinue reading AXA: Battle for the Serpent Gate – movie promotional activity ramps up

Shadows by Kevin Richter

Sun drops “Shadows”, “Striker” return rumoured

(Updated 9th January) In a story that echoes the final days of Pete Nash’s Striker comic strip, The Sun newspaper has decided to drop its vampire-inspired Shadows saga on Friday, leaving creator Kevin Richter little time to wrap the current storyline. Posting on the Shadows Facebook page, Kevin announced yesterday that “Shadows will come toContinue reading Sun drops “Shadows”, “Striker” return rumoured