Auction house Comic Link have some interesting art coming up for auction soon that includes a number of British artists, some noted below. Fellow artist David Roach spotted this mightily impressive spread from Marvel’s Paradise X by Doug Braithwaite, inked with aplomb by Bill Reinhold, published back in 2002. “I must admit to not having seenContinue reading Doug Braithwaite “Paradise X” art, and other British artists, feature in latest ComicLink auction list
Here’s this week’s round up of new comics in British newsagents and comic shops skewed, as ever to highlighting British creators and publishers. This is a bit of a quick round up owing to various circumstances, some work related, but I hope you don’t mind my shameless highlight for the latest issue of Doctor Who:Continue reading Something For The Weekend: the Doctor battles the Master! – New Comics On Sale (w/c 28th November 2016)
DC Entertainment has revealed its plans for the DC Universe: Rebirth relaunch at a special event held at WonderCon in the Los Angeles Convention Center this weekend -plans that include work by several British creators, including Dan Abnett, Bryan Hitch, Simon Oliver and Liam Sharp. First announced last month, DC Comics will hit the refresh buttonContinue reading British Creators at work on DC Universe: Rebirth
The long-running Marvel Fact Files, available through most UK newsagents, turns its attention back on Marvel UK (and more) with Issue 149 later this month, having last given the British versions of the US publisher’s heroes back in Issue 97, released last January. This new issue of the part work title, on sale from 21st January,Continue reading Marvel Fact Files Returns Attention to Marvel UK
Former Marvel UK staffer and British comics legend Tim Quinn has unearthed an absolute gem from his archives this week – a superhero competition developed in the early 1990s in association with The Sun newspaper, long before many felt it went off the boil and now call it something derogatory instead. Aside from some pictures from theContinue reading Whatever Happened to “The Sun”, hero of Britain’s best-selling tabloid newspaper?