Cartoon Museum 2019

London’s Cartoon Museum gets a permanent new home

London’s Cartoon Museum has announced it has secured a new, permanent home in the centre of the capital, just as it launches its 50 Glorious Shows! exhibition, marking 12 years in its current home on Little Russell Street. The new Cartoon Museum, which is due to open in January 2019, will be based on WellsContinue reading London’s Cartoon Museum gets a permanent new home

‘Whaat’ by Dave Gibbons, after Irv Norvick

Image Duplicator exhibition opens this week at Orbital Comics

Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein currently has a show on at the Tate Modern. While the public is intimately familiar with his work, what they may be unaware of is that many of his images were directly “appropriated” from comic artists like Irv Novick, Russ Heath, Jack Kirby, John Romita and Joe Kubert, who received noContinue reading Image Duplicator exhibition opens this week at Orbital Comics

Comica Festival preps for launch with Brian Bolland and many more

Brian Bolland, Frazer Irving, Warren Pleece, Mark Stafford and many more comic creators will be part of this year’s fantastic Comica Festival thus weekend (April 19th and 20th) at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, King’s Cross, London. Don’t miss the chance to hear Brian Bolland, famed for his iconic versions of JudgeContinue reading Comica Festival preps for launch with Brian Bolland and many more

Comica Festival Unveils Dave Gibbons’ Giant Print Satirising Roy Lichtenstein

The Comica Festival will unveil Dave Gibbons’ giant print satirising Roy Lichtenstein’s ‘WHAAM!’ at Central Saint Martins, King’s Cross, London, Saturday 20th April. ‘WHAAM!’ by Roy Lichtenstein is Pop Art’s most famous appropriation of comic book panels. It is currently the toast of London as the star attractions a massive Lichtenstein retrospective at Tate Modern.Continue reading Comica Festival Unveils Dave Gibbons’ Giant Print Satirising Roy Lichtenstein

Photographer Steve Cook announces "Sophie’s World" exhibition, seeks missing negatives

Brilliant photographer Steve Cook, whose design credits include Doctor Who Magazine and 2000AD as well as projects such as Alternity with Shaky Kane and whose 2009 Secret Origins exhibition of many British comic creators remains a superb snapshot of the industry, has just announced he will be exhibiting a series of previously unseen photographs ofContinue reading Photographer Steve Cook announces "Sophie’s World" exhibition, seeks missing negatives