Broken Frontier

Broken Frontier announce the publication of the 2017 Broken Frontier Small Press Yearbook

  Comics culture site Broken Frontier has announced the publication of their 2017 Small Press Yearbook, an anthology celebration of the work of BF’s ‘Six Small Press Creators to Watch’ of 2016 – Rebecca Bagley, Kim Clements, Brigid Deacon, Emily… Read More ›

Britain’s annual comics-promoting Small Press Day 2017 Announced for Saturday 8th July

Small Press Day, celebrating comics and self-publishing at shops and events across the UK and Ireland, is back. The fantastic Broken Frontier web site – ever at the forefront of promoting independently published small press comics and encouraging their creators… Read More ›

Creating Comics Guest Post: Is the Shine Coming Off Diamond?

Comics creator and publisher Brett Uren argues for the need for alternative distribution methods for independent comics into comic shops, outside of US market leader Diamond Distributors – and how, with some caveats, Kickstarter is proving a game changer… Talk to… Read More ›

Lakes Festival Focus 2015: An Interview with Karrie Fransman, creator of “Death of the Artist”

Last year, in partnership with the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, downthetubes brought you a number of interviews with creators attending the event – and we’re delighted to be able to run a series in the run up to their… Read More ›

David Hine: Why You should Back the Broken Frontier Anthology

  With less than two days to go before the Broken Frontier Kickstarter campaign for its proposed comics anthology to reach its target of  $58,000, comics writer and artist David Hine, one of the creators involved in the project, reveals why he feels it could be… Read More ›

Broken Frontier launches exciting anthology Kickstarter featuring David Hine, Alison Sampson and many more

  The team over at the fabulous Broken Frontier web site, along with over 40 incredibly talented creators, have just launched an ambitious Kickstarter campaign to raise $58,000 for a massive anthology featuring 27 stories, celebrating the unlimited storytelling possibilities of creator-owned comics.    … Read More ›

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