Given the increased pace of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics collections, it’s perhaps no surprise the clamour for the return of even more heroes from yesteryear is growing… and one character that keeps getting mentioned is the time travelling immortal, Adam Eterno, a man vulnerable only to the purest gold. So why hasn’t he? CouldContinue reading Calling Adam Eterno… Where are Rebellion hiding you?
The latest sales figures for some comics and children’s magazines available on the UK news stand for the second half of 2017 have just been published by the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC). There are winners and losers as ever, as consumer magazines in general fight for readers in an increasingly difficult market – but at leastContinue reading British Comic Sales Figures, Winners and Losers (July – December 2017): Good news for Beano, bad for TOXIC
Gift company I Just Love It has launched a range of personalised hardback and softback Thunderbirds-inspired books utilising strips from several sources – and a Gerry Anderson Collector’s Edition that offers other strips, too. Seven new personalised books are now available, re-packaging collections previously published by Egmont UK, priced at £14.99 each. The books offer different collectionsContinue reading “I Just Love It” gift company launches personalised Thunderbirds comic collections
Last Updated: 10th July 2017 Scroll down for publication details of collections in Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics range Back in 2007, while working for digital comics publisher ROK Comics, I approached Egmont UK about the possibility of publishing some of their many characters in a digital format. Because they also owned a number of FleetwayContinue reading Rebellion: The Classic Comics (and characters) 2000AD’s Publisher Now Owns
While humour and political comment magazine Private Eye is celebrating another modest increase to its circulation this week, some British comic publishers may be scratching their heads after a mixed bag of sales results were announced – but there’s still plenty of cheer, for some, in them too. The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) sales figures for titles registeredContinue reading British Comic Sales Figures: Winners and Losers (January – June 2016): TOXIC beats off sales woes