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Coming Soon: Dazzle Ships and the Art of Confusion 

If you’re a fan of Commando comics, then you may want to check out Dazzle Ships: World War One and the Art of Confusion, out later this year. Yes, it’s nonfiction – but there is a comics connection. Written by Chris Barton this dazzling picture book explores art, desperation, and one man’s incredible idea for savingContinue reading Coming Soon: Dazzle Ships and the Art of Confusion 

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Sean Azzopardi reflects on life in new title, “50”

Comic creator and Broken Frontier contributor Sean Azzopardi has just released 50, the follow up to Tracks, which was released in 2005. Sean, whose credits also include another autobiographical comic, Rain on Glass, is probably best known for his psychological horror work with Douglas Noble and tangential super-hero action in Necessary Monsters with Daniel Merlin Goodbrey. A founding memberContinue reading Sean Azzopardi reflects on life in new title, “50”

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Crowdfunding Spotlight: Jessica Martin’s Life Drawing – A Life Under Lights

Having created two comic biographical vignettes on the lives of actresses Clara Bow and Vivian Leigh, plus a full length graphic novel detailing the 1930s Hollywood life of the fictional Elsie Harris, actress, singer and comic creator Jessica Martin’s latest project is a full length graphic novel on her own life entitled Life Drawing: AContinue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Jessica Martin’s Life Drawing – A Life Under Lights

Campfire’s Beatles Graphic Novel gets Liverpool launch this weekend

A new graphic telling of the Fab Four’s story – The Beatles: All Our Yesterdays – gets its launch at Write Blend bookshop in South Road, Waterloo in Liverpool on Friday 10th February 2017. Written by Jason Quinn, drawn by Lalit Kumar Sharma, the book is published by Campfire Graphic Novels of Delhi, India. JasonContinue reading Campfire’s Beatles Graphic Novel gets Liverpool launch this weekend

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Who the heck are Europe Comics, anyway? A quick guide to this exciting pan-European project

Many comics fans with a social media presence may have noticed sponsored ads for a project called Europe Comics popping up in their feeds. I’ve run a couple of stories on some books and re-posted some of their items, but I hadn’t quite appreciated just how ambitious or exciting this project was until they postedContinue reading Who the heck are Europe Comics, anyway? A quick guide to this exciting pan-European project