After a successful launch at the recent Enniskillen Comics Festival, the Belfast originated anthology comic SPLANK! , eited and published by Peter Duncan, is now available, featuring some fabulous new strips from Mike Higgs (creator of “The Cloak”, first published in POW! back in the 1960s, now revived), Davy Francis, Marc Jackson, Nigel Parkinson, John Robbins, DaveContinue reading New indie humour comic SPLANK! makes a splash with first issue now on sale
With the news that SEGA of America and Paramount have dated the release of the first Sonic the Hedgehog feature film for November 2019, we’re wondering if we might see the character return to British comics. The character once enjoyed a lively history – not least in the UK, where Sonic the Comic once ruled newsagentsContinue reading Sonic the Hedgehog returns to comics, but what are the chances of a British title, too?
Launched at the weekend in Leicester, Do Something is a zine of powerful, thought-provoking short stories, illustrations, strips and poetry that came about as a result of the EU Referendum and the rise in hate crime that followed. Published by Factor Fiction, edited by Jay Eales and Selina Lock, comic creators involved include Mike Carey,Continue reading “Do Something” anthology launched in aid of Hope Not Hate
Dave Windett has a new web comic over at the Webcomic Factory – Intergalactic Medical Doctor, written by Christian Beranek and Tony DiGerolamo (who he worked on with another strip, Comic Book Mafia). “It’s been described as ‘kind of like House in space!’, says Preston-based Dave, whose other credits include work on numerous characters, including Inspector Gadget, EekContinue reading Dave Windett’s new web comic “Intergalactic Medical Doctor” launches
A quick reminder that Blackpool Comic Con takes place this Saturday 12th September 2015, at the northern seaside town’s world famous Winter Gardens. The event is heavy on media guests, including Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman (who was born in Blackpool), Game of Thrones‘ Richard Madden, Star Wars Julian Glover and Thunderbirds/Gerry Anderson voice artists such as Shane RimmerContinue reading We Do Love to be Beside the Seaside: First Blackpool Comic Con on Saturday