Rebellion are offering pre-orders of this year’s Scream & Misty Special, no doubt acutely aware that newsagents didn’t carry enough stock of last year’s edition, which included first sight of the heroes now starring in the much more widely-distributed superhero special, The Vigilant. This year’s Scream & Misty Special comes with a cover by Doctor Strange artist Kyle HotzContinue reading The 2018 Scream and Misty Special – Cover Artist Spotlight!
After the success of last year’s fright-filled outing, the Scream & Misty Special is back returns for Halloween 2018 from 2000AD publisher Rebellion. Two of Britain’s best-loved comics of the 1970s have reunited once again, offering an anthology of brand new tales, guaranteed to terrify and entertain you this October. Featuring more treats than tricks,Continue reading Scream & Misty back for another Special scare feast this Halloween!
If you caught yesterday’s news about the impending release of a collection of the 1970s strip “Black Max” as part of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics, the signature of the incredible artist Alfonso Font on the cover of the Collection just might have jumped out at you. If it didn’t, then here’s why it should have…Continue reading In Praise of… Comic Artist Alfonso Font
The covers for Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics new collections this autumn and winter have been revealed – Misty Volume Three, The Thirteenth Floor, Black Max, El Mestizo, and Ken Reid’s Creepy Creations. All these collections can be ordered from your favourite book or comic shop now. Misty Volume 3: Wolf Girl & Other StoriesContinue reading Cover Reveal: The Latest Treasury of British Comics collections, including new Misty, Black Max
Considered by many as the most important war story to appear in comics, a new definitive collection of Charley’s War to mark the centenary of the end of the World War One leads the 2018 schedule from Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics. Celebrating a year since its launch in June 2017, the Treasury of BritishContinue reading Battle’s “Charley’s War” leads the charge for new Treasury of British Comics collections