Step back to the 1990s for some dinosaur-inspired thrills!
Celebrating ten years in publication, the latest issue of the US magazine Colored Pencil leads with a cover feature on dinosaur and natural history artist supreme and comics creator and editor, Steve White
Anyone of a certain age, who probably grew up in the 1960s and 70s any way, will remember Letraset’s “Action Transfers” (and similar products), offering the opportunity to create your own Doctor Who, Joe 90, Star Wars and Tarzan adventures with “rub-down” figures applied to “blank canvas” backgrounds. But until this morning, I had no idea they were still being made.
TASCHEN’s stunning-looking new book Paleoart: Visions of the Historic Past, featuring a wide range of gorgeous dinosaur and prehistoric animal-inspired visuals, has just been released. And yes, it’s not cheap at £75, but it looks absolutely gorgeous! It was 1830… Read More ›
The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel – Volume 4 Edited by Owen Watts and Geoffrey Crescent Cover Art by Alex Ronald Released at the Melksham Comics Festiaval earlier this year the latest The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel is an… Read More ›
Signature Publishing has re-branded its long-running monthly dinosaur-inspired title Dinomite with Issue 77, on sale today (29th November) Now called Dinosaur Action, the name change coincides with a Walking With Dinosaurs The 3D Movie takeover special. Readers can enjoy Patchi,… Read More ›
Stuart Jennett, Creative Director at Alien Apple Studios, is a name older downthetubes might remember as a once rising star in comics, delivering some terrific work for Marvel UK in the early 1990s on their Warheads title – and then… Read More ›
Writer / Director: Edgar WriterArtist / Animator: Tommy Lee EdwardsNarrator: Julian BarrattMusic: Unloved (David Holmes, Keefus Green and Jade Vincent)Publisher: Microsoft 4 online episodes, approx 7 mins each The plot: Brandon Generator, a freelance writer with writer’s block, overdoes on… Read More ›
Time-travelling cowboys and murderous lizards are rampaging back into the pages of 2000AD, as Flesh returns again. One of the all-time classic strips from early 2000AD, Flesh made a thrilling, blood-splattering return to the weekly British anthology title last year… Read More ›