We’ll have more on the Cor! & Buster Special out this April from Rebellion soon – there’s plenty to tell you – but for now, here’s an item drawing on the official Previews information for this brand new British humour comic. With a cover from Neil Googe (artist on 2000AD‘s “Survival Geeks”, The Flash and creator ofContinue reading Easter Delight! All-new Cor! & Buster Special out in April
Watchmen and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen writer Alan Moore has written an introduction to the upcoming collection of some of Ken Reid‘s “Faceache” strips, Faceache: The First Hundred Scrunches. The hugely influential humour artist’s son, Antony Reid, also provides an introduction to this welcome first collection of just one of Ken’s amazing creations, which alsoContinue reading Alan Moore to introduce new Ken Reid “Faceache” collection
Rebellion, publishers of 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine, have announced full details of their first new collections featuring all-time classics of British comics from the 1970s and ‘80s. And what a terrific selection from their recently-expanded cache of characters it is, too, including collections of One-Eyed Jack, Marney the Fox, The Leopard of Lime Street –Continue reading Faceache, Ken Reid’s best-loved comic character and Leopard of Lime Street returns in new Rebellion collections
The news that 2000AD and Judge Dredd Meagzine publisher Rebellion has bought Egmont’s classic comic archive certainly gotten a lot of comics fans into a frenzy, with many creators already brushing up their pitches for all-new takes on adventures characters such as THUNDER comic’s Adam Eterno, Action‘s Dredger and others. But might a revival of Fleetway EditionsContinue reading Creating Comics: Could Rebellion Bring Back Buster?
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