Buster and Cor Special 2019 - Cover by Neil Googe SNIP

Easter Delight! All-new Cor! & Buster Special out in April

We’ll have more on the Cor! & Buster Special out this April from Rebellion soon – there’s plenty to tell you – but for now, here’s an item drawing on the official Previews information for this brand new British humour comic. With a cover from Neil Googe (artist on 2000AD‘s “Survival Geeks”, The Flash and creator ofContinue reading Easter Delight! All-new Cor! & Buster Special out in April

Vorr!! - The Goodies - SNIP

When “The Goodies” took over Cor!! (drawn by Joe Colquhoun)

Network has just released The Goodies: The Complete BBC Collection, as a general DVD release and a now sold out limited edition set – and there is a quick mention of the tie-in comic strip that appeared in weekly humour comic Cor!! in one of the “extras” – but here’s a bit more information… Back in 1970,Continue reading When “The Goodies” took over Cor!! (drawn by Joe Colquhoun)

Egmont's comic archive arrives at Rebellion. Image: Rebellion

Egmont’s classic comics archive arrives at Rebellion, Roy of the Rovers collections already in the works

The surviving  bound comics volumes and comics art from the Egmont archive has arrived at new owners Rebellion‘s Oxford HQ, another step in the process of seeing some great British girls and boys comics material get back into print. 2000AD‘s owners bought Egmont’s classics comic titles first published by Fleetway Editions and characters earlier thisContinue reading Egmont’s classic comics archive arrives at Rebellion, Roy of the Rovers collections already in the works

A modern look to Ken Reid's popular character Faceache, by Joe Matthews.

Creating Comics: Could Rebellion Bring Back Buster?

The news that 2000AD and Judge Dredd Meagzine publisher Rebellion has bought Egmont’s classic comic archive certainly gotten a lot of comics fans into a frenzy, with many creators already brushing up their pitches for all-new takes on adventures characters such as THUNDER comic’s Adam Eterno, Action‘s Dredger and others. But might a revival of Fleetway EditionsContinue reading Creating Comics: Could Rebellion Bring Back Buster?

Comics writer Scott Goodall

In Memoriam: Comics Writer Scott Goodall MBE

We’re sorry to learn via Hibernia Comics David McDonald and former Fleetway comics editor Gil Page of the passing of British comics writer Scott Goodall, who died on 7th March 2016, aged 80. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1935, Scott, who grew up reading DC Thomson adventure titles such as Wizard and Hotspur, was a prolific comics writer.Continue reading In Memoriam: Comics Writer Scott Goodall MBE