We’re sorry to announce the passing of British girls comics artist John Armstrong, co-creator of “Bella at the Bar” for Tammy and “Moonchild” for Misty, who died peacefully yesterday. He was 94. As John himself related back in 2003, although drawing from an early age, he later took art lessons while serving in the UKContinue reading In Memoriam: Misty and Tammy artist John Armstrong
Rebellion Publishing has revealed its latest set of signings: the creative team for the highly anticipated 2018 reboot of Roy of the Rovers. Internationally acclaimed comics writer Rob Williams (Amazing Spider-Man, Adventures of Superman) and artist Ben Willsher (2000AD, Doctor Who Magazine) are the team behind the brand new Roy of the Rovers graphic novels,Continue reading Rebellion’s Roy of the Rovers revamp creative team and publishing plans revealed!
From Charley’s War to Halo Jones, we’ve already revealed in two posts (here for 20000AD, here for Treasury of British Comics releases) that it’s going to be a busy year for Rebellion, with 34 new graphic novels due to be unleashed. From the devastation of World War One in the definitive edition of Charley’s War, to the hijinksContinue reading Latest 2000AD Thrill-Cast reveals what’s in store for 2018 for Galaxy’s Greatest Comic – and Treasury collections
Rebellion, publishers of 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine, have announced full details of their first new collections featuring all-time classics of British comics from the 1970s and ‘80s. And what a terrific selection from their recently-expanded cache of characters it is, too, including collections of One-Eyed Jack, Marney the Fox, The Leopard of Lime Street –Continue reading Faceache, Ken Reid’s best-loved comic character and Leopard of Lime Street returns in new Rebellion collections
Given Titan Comics recent publication of all-new adventures of Johnny Red, with a new Hook Jaw series following in December, you’d be forgiven for thinking the London-based company would be the ones to buy Egmont’s clasic comics back catalogue if the chance arose… but it’s 2000AD publisher Rebellion that now owns Roy of the Rovers,Continue reading Rebellion buys Egmont’s classic comics archive, including Roy of the Rovers, Action, Misty and more