Brand new Commando – Issues 5319 – 5322 are on sale this Thursday, offering plenty of action and adventure, including two World War One forays, one very unusual, a stint in a Spitfire, and a weird romp in the North African desert!
Some British comic fans regularly regale the lack of reprints of classic comic strips. Here’s some indication of what’s actually involved…
Commando Issues 5315-5318 were released last week but, somehow, the release slipped our radar! The DC Thomson war title continues to troop on with two tanks, a Catalina – and some Motor Torpedo Boats…
Glenrothes, Fife, is inextricably linked to British comics, home to some terrific artists… as Colin Noble discovered
Dandy fans may remember a Border Collie more valuable than Megan…
Writer and artist Steve Bright recalls the origins of Bananaman, a splendiferous and silly superhero created for Nutty with David Donaldson and artist John Geering
The latest Compal Comics auction has gone live, and their February – March 2020 offering not only includes some great classic comics, but plenty of great art too
Japanese soldiers versus crocodiles in the mangrove swamps of Ramree Island? Foreign Legion duels to the death? Terror on an isolated sea fort, and a coward in the cockpit? It’s all happening in the latest issues of DC Thomson Media’s… Read More ›
Brand new issues of Commando – Issues 5287 – 5290 – are out this week, and include the teased release of a revival of another popular DC Thomson comic character, Union Jack Jackson, who first appeared in The Hotspur but… Read More ›
Several “Mystery Artists” who worked on DC Thomson girls comics for decades, largely uncredited, have been identified, thanks to information received from various sources, including former staff at the Dundee-based comics publisher. Author and artist David Roach is trying to… Read More ›
Last Saturday’s Comic Jam Symposium at London’s Cartoon Museum really got comics artist and author David Roach fired up to try and identify some of the last unknown British comic artists that have been nagging away at him for years
This new illustrators Special is for all those schoolboys that have refused steadfastly to grow up and master the art of reading serious works of literature. Do you recall Commando Comics, with those amazing covers and equally amazing interior art and stories?