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In Review: A Real Job by Alberto Madrigal

Written and drawn by Alberto Madrigal Published digitally by Europe Comics (forst published as Un lavoro vero) 129 pages – Full Colour Release Date 15/8/2018 The Story: Javi has left Spain for Berlin. He doesn’t speak German and hardly knows anyone there. He wants to be a comic book artist, but all his friends advise him toContinue reading In Review: A Real Job by Alberto Madrigal

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Comics to Read on Your Holidays – as recommended by the Awesome Comics Podcast’s Tony Esmond

Breathe in… It’s been a big week of comics reading as I have just got back from a pool side holiday. I headed out to see pals Pat and Lisa Mills, in Spain (who recently released Kiss My Axe! Sláine The Warped Warrior: The Secret History). Apart from spending many hours chatting comics with them,Continue reading Comics to Read on Your Holidays – as recommended by the Awesome Comics Podcast’s Tony Esmond

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In Review: The World Book of Records

Written by Tonino Benacquista Art by Nicolas Barral Translated by Tom Imber Published digitally by Europe Comics – Full Colour – 64 pages – £3.99 Released January 2018 in English language The Story: Egg-balancing, hotdog-eating, baton-twirling—these are a few of the records people try to break in order to find themselves included in the WorldContinue reading In Review: The World Book of Records

Europe Comics spotlights top-selling continental comics to mark Bologna Children’s Bookfair

This week is Bologna Children’s Bookfair, attended by publishers from across the globe. To celebrate, Europe Comics have gathered some of their extended previews of their bestselling children’s series and graphic novels. Europe Comics began as an idea of Franco-Belgian comics agent Mediatoon Licensing. Three years (and a lot of work) later, it evolved intoContinue reading Europe Comics spotlights top-selling continental comics to mark Bologna Children’s Bookfair

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Who the heck are Europe Comics, anyway? A quick guide to this exciting pan-European project

Many comics fans with a social media presence may have noticed sponsored ads for a project called Europe Comics popping up in their feeds. I’ve run a couple of stories on some books and re-posted some of their items, but I hadn’t quite appreciated just how ambitious or exciting this project was until they postedContinue reading Who the heck are Europe Comics, anyway? A quick guide to this exciting pan-European project