Aces Weekly Volume 37 begins today – and super spy Velicity Jones from Lee Robson, Bryan Coyle and Bolt-01 is back in action! Last of the year, but first in class, Aces Weekly leaves 2018 with the same mix of content this digital anthology published by David Lloyd has always offered to readers who love comics forContinue reading Super spy Velicity Jones heads back to Aces Weekly!
Wrapped in a stunning cover from Stewart Davies and Darren Stephens, Dogbreath 35 – the latest issue of the longest-running 2000AD fanzine – is available now from Futurequake Press (as is Zarjaz 32, which I’ll try and review later this week if I can) Within the 48 pages there are nine strips set in the worldContinue reading In Review: Dogbreath 35
One of the most intriguing graphic novels I’ve read in the past few months is Parassassin by Jasper Bark with art by Alfa Robbi, first published in the brilliant digital anthology Aces Weekly but available now as a full-blown graphic novel from Markosia. It’s a head-scratching but ultimately very cleverly-told, quite mind-boggling tale that playsContinue reading Creating Comics (and some dogged determination): Jasper Bark reveals the secrets of making “Parassassin”, his latest graphic novel
The Book: FutureQuake 2017 is back to brighten the boring, Inspire the indolent and render the jaded jubilant! Within the 100 page issue witness 18 possible futures including the latest instalment of the astounding epic, “Idea Space”. The Review: I’ve been promising to finish this review of the latest FutureQuake special for weeks, but otherContinue reading In Review: Futurequake 2017 (The “Idea Space” Issue)
Lee Robson is the writer of the graphic novel Babble and a frequent contributor to many British independent titles, including Zarjaz, Futurequake, the Strontium Dog-inspired Dogbreath, Something Wicked and several of Accent UK‘s themed anthologies. He’s also penned a series of online daily strips featuring 2000AD‘s Judge Dredd for FutureQuakePress, which are collected here. David Broughton has created his own comics, such as the brilliant ShamanContinue reading Creating Comics: Lee Robson and David Broughton talk “Strontium Dog”