The latest issue of Eagle Times (Volume 32,Number Two), the magazine of the Eagle Society, is available now by mail order, offering a diverse range of features and some text fiction, largely inspired by the original Eagle adventure comic. The Eagle Society is dedicated to the memory of EAGLE – Britain’s National Picture Strip Weekly –Continue reading Indian Wars, Dan Dare and PC49, too – New Eagle Times available now
The latest issue of Eagle Times, the quarterly journal of the Eagle Society – is available now from the organisation. While remaining dedicated to the memory of Britain’s national picture strip weekly Eagle, the team behind the Society have made a decsiion to begin to expand the remit of their magazine, covering other classic British stripsContinue reading New Eagle Times explores classic comics beyond “Eagle”, examines lost Frank Bellamy strip
The latest issue of Eagle Times (Volume 30 No 3) is out now, the latest release from the long-established Eagle Society dedicated to Eagle comic and its many creators and strips. This issue includes features on Eagle‘s companion paper Swift, science fiction films in the original Eagle‘s time, the changing front page of Eagle, aContinue reading Swift comic in the spotlight in new Eagle Times
It’s been a busy week! Here are some items you may have missed on our site and beyond. Have a great weekend! • Marvel Entertainment debuted a lot of concept art and new posters for upcoming movies over the weekend at San Diego Comic-Con: Ant-Man and The Wasp (debuting 6th July 2018); Thor: Ragnarok (along with a new trailerContinue reading That Was the Comics Week That Was: Avengers, Thor, a splash of 2000AD artistry and girls comics, too!
The latest edition of Eagle Times the magazine of the Eagle Society – Volume 30 No. 1 – is now available. This Issue features articles about Alan Stranks (who created PC49 and scripted several Dan Dare stories), Space Fiction Films in Eagle‘s times, the humorous “Blunderbirds” strip – and the first part of a three partContinue reading “Blunderbirds” and Frank Bellamy’s “The Shepherd King” highlighted in new Eagle Times