Superheroes both on the page and in the flesh will be out in force today at the Cineworld Cinema in Glasgow’s Silverburn Shopping Centre. Local comic book publishers Trongate Publishing will be there with cosplayers to celebrate the release of Incredibles 2 and hand out free comics to cinema goers as they go inContinue reading Superheroes take over Glasgow today in bid to boost comics readership by publisher Trongate
General Jumbo, The Smasher and Supercats are just some of the classic British heroes back in print this month, thanks to a team of Scottish comic creators, DC Thomson and Comic Heroes magazine. The Glasgow League of Writers has teamed up with publisher DC Thomson to create new versions of some of their mostContinue reading British Heroes return in Comic Heroes Magazine’s “Comic Review”
The “little comic that could” No More Heroes picked up the award for Best Comic at the SICBA (Scottish Independent Comic Book Awards) event held at Glasgow Comic Con over the weekend. The four-issue mini-series about the suspicious death of the world’s greatest superhero and his sidekick’s search for the truth has picked up aContinue reading No Heroes But One Award!
No More Heroes, a British self-published comic released just last week, is now amongst the most popular downloads on pirate sites such as Demonoid, ranking high in the “top torrents” list — alongside the likes of other ilegal downloads such as The Walking Dead and Batman. No More Heroes #1, written by Gordon Mclean andContinue reading British small press comic goes global, hopes piracy will secure publishing deal