Author and publisher Dez Skinn has released a special limited edition print of the original dummy that helped launch his award-winning comics anthology Warrior, the original home of Alan Moore and Garry Leach’s Marvelman (now Miracleman), V for Vendetta (co-created by Alan and David Lloyd) – and many other strips. As an editor who beganContinue reading Publisher Dez Skinn releases Limited Edition “Warrior #0” for the 1980s anthology’s many fans
It’s here! Aces Weekly Volume 33 has now opened its doors, offering superb-quality, high-talent, low-cost, original cyberspace comics. The team are still offering the same incredible deal of 20 pages a week for £1 in any currency because they can, and because they want to make people realise that they can, so they can save themselvesContinue reading Out Now: Aces Weekly, Volume 33, the comics non-paper, no short of quality comics!
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
Aces Weekly Volume 32, published by David Lloyd, is now running. If you’re not yet a subscriber, you can join the digital anthology, as always, for this volume and all coming volumes, for just £1 per week in any currency. In Volume 32, you can enjoy seven weeks of a magic mix from the creativeContinue reading Aces Weekly: Now We Are Volume 32
First published on the Engine Comics web site way back in 2002, this is the second part of a wide-ranging interview with Alan Moore specifically about writing comics with Daniel Whiston is a fascinating read, and is re-published here on downthetubes with permission of the interviewer. You can read Part One, which we re-published lastContinue reading Creating Comics: A Turn of the Millennium Interview with Alan Moore, Part Two