British publishers have been confusing us for decades. Here’s how.
Another great catalogue on offer from the London-based auction house
Incredible Nottingham hoard amassed over almost two decades goes under hammer at Unique Auctions, includes Gerry Anderson memorabilia, British and US comics
An unbelievable hoard of comic and TV collectables is up for sale
More delving into comics gained and lost
We’re building a list of Facebook British comics and creator groups and pages. Additional information welcome
Steve Winders reviews an incredible gargantuan tome by David Roach that, clearly, no British comic fan should be without!
The date of the sixth Commando and British Comics Swap-Meet has just been announced for March 2020
Joe Gordon reviews “Book of Forks”, the final book in Rob Davis’ incredible surreal fantasy adventure series, which began with ”The Motherless Oven”…
Back in 2007, the BBC broadcast Comics Britannia, a three-part documentary series devoted to history of British comics – a welcome and major retrospective of our medium (if a tad simplistic for some commentators tastes), that prompted a lot of creators to suggest the Corporation should do more to cover it
Before ComicSceneUK – available now in all good newsagents – there was a magazine which ran for 16 issues and covered all aspects of UK comic industry. Crikey! is remembered with much affection from comic fans and featured exceptional articles about UK comics during its run – and as previously reported, it’s risen from the ashes