The Beano - A Manual for Mischief - Victoria and Albert Museum 2018

In Pictures – The Beano, A Manual for Mischief Exhibition at the V&A

Beano fans are surely spoilt for choice at the moment, not only has the McManus Gallery in Dundee been taken over by them, and the gallery re-branded as the McMenace, but a small corner of London has also been given over by the comic. Running until 12th August 2018, as we’ve previously reported, The BeanoContinue reading In Pictures – The Beano, A Manual for Mischief Exhibition at the V&A

Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art at Seven Stories exhibition

Newcastle upon Tyne’s Seven Stories announces new British comic art exhibiton

Love The Beano? Can’t get enough of superheroes? Read The Phoenix? Always wanted to have a go at making your own comic? You must visit the brand new Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art exhibition at Seven Stories in Newcastle upon Tyne, opening 21st July 2017. Seven Stories – the National home of Children’s BooksContinue reading Newcastle upon Tyne’s Seven Stories announces new British comic art exhibiton

Comics in the Kitchen Exhibition - Orbital Comics, June 2016

Orbital Comics Hosts “Comics in the Kitchen” Exhibition in June

Comics. Food. Artists. Recipes. For Orbital Comics next thematic exhibition, the brilliant London comic store has gathered a bunch of food-loving cartoonists and illustrators and asked them what they really enjoy cooking these days. Their answers will be up on the Orbital Gallery walls throughout June, as a glorious exhibition of illustrated recipes. The exhibition willContinue reading Orbital Comics Hosts “Comics in the Kitchen” Exhibition in June

A Man and His Dog. Photo © Alison Baskerville

Army photographer captures off duty moments of serving soldiers

  In her forthcoming photographic exhibition, ‘Make Do and Mend’, award-winning Terriotorial Army Sergeant Alison Baskerville has captured images of many off duty moments for soldiers serving overseas in today’s combat zones. Sergeant Baskerville returned this summer from a tour in Afghanistan to win two categories, Professional Portrait and Professional Operational Image, in the AnnualContinue reading Army photographer captures off duty moments of serving soldiers

Commando #1, published in June 1961. Art by Ken Barr

Army Museum goes Commando

Scenes of action and adventure will fill the walls of the National Army Museum as ‘Draw Your Weapons: The Art of Commando Comics’, their newest exhibition, kicks off on Thursday 1st September 2011. This colourful and dynamic exhibition explores the heritage of the war comic from its initial conception, its heroic subject-matter and its continuingContinue reading Army Museum goes Commando