Futuropolis by Emmanuel Lepage

Comic Creator Spotlight: Comic Artist Emmanuel Lepage

Born in 1966, French comic artist and writer Emmanuel Lepage, whose work Springtime in Chernobyl is being re-published this June by IDW Publishing, began developing his talent as an artist at just 13, He worked hard, aided by careful guidance of the creator of Bizu, Jean-Claude Fournier. In 1983, the newspaper Ouest-France started featuring someContinue reading Comic Creator Spotlight: Comic Artist Emmanuel Lepage

The Regiment Volume One (Cinebook Recounts Édition) SNIP

Stunning graphic novel telling origins of the SAS out in September

War comics seem to be getting a new lease of life right now. Following up on DC Thomson’s release of their full colour Commando Presents Ramsey’s Raiders volume, and the serialised release of Battle Presents: Operation Overlord with the latest Issue of Judge Dredd Megazine (with more to come), Cinebook have a World War TwoContinue reading Stunning graphic novel telling origins of the SAS out in September

A Real Job by Alberto Madrigal SNIP

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

Tony Esmond - View in Spain

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