It’s Thought Bubble in Leeds this weekend, so as something of a departure from our usual coverage of new comics on sale in newsgents and comic shops, I thought I’d spotlight just a few of the great comics (and I do mean a few, because there are loads!) that will debut at the event, includingContinue reading Something For the Weekend – Thought Bubble and Dan Dare! – New Comics On Sale in the UK (w/c 31st October 2016)
Quite beside the continuing mayhem, action and general all-out fun within the pages of 2000AD (favourite line: “Obliterate the capitalist quadruped scum!” in “Judge Dredd“, thank you Rob Williams!), my pick of the week is the first issue of Dynamite Entertainment’s James Bond – Hammerhead, written by Andy Diggle. We’ve already posted got a reviewContinue reading Something For the Weekend – “The Name’s Bond” in This Week’s New Comics in the UK (w/c 10th October 2016)
Despite all the excitement of last week’s sell-out 2000AD prog 2000, don’t be thinking the team on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic are resting on tier laurels! Prog 2001 offers a fine mix this issue, which includes a new Judge Dredd story from Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, Barry Kitson, Dylan Teague, and Annie Parkhouse; and newContinue reading Something For the Weekend – Killer Dinosaurs in This Week’s New Comics in the UK (w/c 3rd October 2016)
So, last week as I was promoting the week’s new comics, I was a bit flippant about the price rises for imported US comics British comic shops will have to pass on to their customers (imposed by Diamond, who had no choice, either, raising prices for the first time in eight years). After some face to face andContinue reading Something For The Weekend (w/c 18th July 2016) – Support Your Local Comic Shop!
Lancastrians enjoyed a great night boogieing to reunited local band Mostly Hums, Sea of Rain and Frenetic at Lancaster Library on 3rd July 2016. The event raised £500 raised for Cancer Care UK and the local St John’s Hospice, and included a Conga around the library. It also saw the first use of a new lighting rig, paidContinue reading Lancaster Library Gets its Lighting Rig, thanks to Lancaster Comics Day