As the new Heritage Brands Editor at DC Thomson, replacing Kirsten Murray who inaugurated the role, Gordon Tait brings a great depth of knowledge and experience to the position that includes editorship of 104 issues of Commando a year plus the weekly “Broons” and “Oor Wullie” pages in the Sunday Post newspaper and the alternating biannualContinue reading DC Thomson’s Heritage Brands Editor Gordon Tait Talks Buckets, War and Reprints
DC Thomson, publishers of the long-running war comic Commando comic, have announced a new five-part series, ‘The Weekes’ War’, launching this week and running through November, all featuring new covers by the legendary Ian Kennedy. A special war saga depicting the end of World War One as you’ve never seen it before, the series willContinue reading Sneak Peek: Commando’s new one-off World War One saga, running through November
Brand new Commando (issues 5131 – 5134) are on sale this Thursday in all good UK newsagents, and there’s also a new editor on board. Evade fate and fatalities with Captain Valentine as The Phantom returns, beat the Nazis at their own game in Operation Midnight Sun, solve a series of nefarious murders on theContinue reading New Editor on board at Commando comic!
We’re delighted to report that artist Gordon Tait‘s Beano-inspired painting, auctioned via eBay on behalf of the Willow Foundation, raised £3200 for this great cause. Founded by former Scotland and Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson and his wife Megs in memory of their daughter Anna, the Willow Foundation aims to offer quality of life and timeContinue reading Beano charity painting sells for £3200
If you’re an art lover and like to support worthy causes, artist Gordon Tait has lovingly reproduced a stack of Beano panels onto one canvas. Funds raised from the sale of the painting via eBay will go to the Willow Foundation, which organises and funds special days for seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds.Continue reading Beano painting set to raise hundreds for charity