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New 2000AD, “El Mestizo” collection and more out this week from Rebellion

The latest issue of 2000AD – Prog 2107 – is on sale today in all good newsagents, wrapped in a creepy cover by Clint Langley – and there are two great graphic collections out from Rebellion this week, too, one featuring art by the late, great Carlos Ezquerra. I’m really enjoying the current “3rillers” tale byContinue reading New 2000AD, “El Mestizo” collection and more out this week from Rebellion

Carlos Ezquerra receives the Gran Premio de cómic aragonés in recognition of his career at the 2014 Salón del Cómic de Zaragoza

Spanish fans of Carlos Ezquerra campaign to honour him in his home town

Spanish fans of 2000AD and Battle artist Carlos Ezquerra, who died recently, are trying to move the council of his home town of Zaragoza toward realising plans to honour him by naming a street or space after him. The campaign petition on Change.org complements other work to honour Carlos, which includes a GoFundMe campaign thatContinue reading Spanish fans of Carlos Ezquerra campaign to honour him in his home town

Carlos Ezquerra. Photo: Lisa Mills

November’s Judge Dredd Megazine to honour Carlos Ezquerra with bagged collection

The next issue of Judge Dredd Megazine – Issue 402 – will pay tribute to late co-creator of Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, Carlos Ezquerra, with collection of stories from across his 40-year career with the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic, 2000AD. Ezquerra, who co-created Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog, died unexpectedly on 1st October after aContinue reading November’s Judge Dredd Megazine to honour Carlos Ezquerra with bagged collection

Dogbreath 35 - cover by Stewart Davies and Darren Stephens

In Review: Dogbreath 35

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

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How FANSCENE plans to continue celebrating British comics fandom – and comic creators – in 2019

FANSCENE 2 is a free 212 page PDF fanzine, out now, celebrating over fifty years of Comics Fandom in Ireland and the UK, with its focus this issue on Comic Conventions, from the very first held in Birmingham and organised by Phil Clarke in 1968, through the glory days of UKCAC, to the wide rangeContinue reading How FANSCENE plans to continue celebrating British comics fandom – and comic creators – in 2019