David Broughton

In Review: Shaman Kane Book Four by David Broughton

Tasked with investigating a series of supernatural murders on his home planet, Gefion, Shaman Kane – created by British comic creator David Broughton – returns to find that the ghosts of his past have returned to haunt him. Can Kane overcome what awaits him – or will history repeat itself?

Tony Esmond’s Comic Shop Survival Guide – Part Four: How To Buy A Comic (It isn’t always that easy!) – The Actual Buying Bit

There isn’t a week that goes by that one of the downthetubes team reads a post or receives a news item about declining comic sales, some articles blaming comics piracy, others the cost of comics, the end of physical print…. Read More ›

Tony Esmond’s Comic Shop Survival Guide – Part One: Dealing with Comic Shop Staff … and other customers

There isn’t a week that goes by that one of the downthetubes team reads a post or receives a news item about declining comic sales, some articles blaming comics piracy, others the cost of comics, the end of physical print…. Read More ›

Creating Comics: Lee Robson and David Broughton talk “Strontium Dog”

Lee Robson is the writer of the graphic novel Babble and a frequent contributor to many British independent titles, including Zarjaz, Futurequake, the Strontium Dog-inspired Dogbreath, Something Wicked and several of Accent UK‘s themed anthologies. He’s also penned a series of online daily strips featuring 2000AD‘s Judge Dredd for FutureQuakePress,… Read More ›

New 2000AD-inspired Zarjaz ‘zine, FutureQuake and more out in time for Thought Bubble

The latest issue of the 2000AD-inspired fanzine Zarjaz (Issue 27), FutureQuake and other great FutureQuake Press titles are now available online from the Future Quake web shop. Featuring a cover by Neil Roberts, the new Zarjaz, on sale at this weekend’s… Read More ›

Get Down With the Dogs! Latest Strontium Dog-inspired “Dogbreath” Out Now

The latest issue of Dogbreath, the superb comic zine inspired by the Starlord/2000AD character Strontium Dog, is out now from FutureQuake Press, wrapped in a over photo by Steve Green, featuring Matthew Simpson as Johnny Alpha and Kevin Horsham as Wulf… Read More ›

%d bloggers like this: