Dave Gibbons Watchmen #1 Cover Original Art (DC, 1986) SNIP

Dave Gibbons first Watchmen cover among latest Heritage Auctions art offerings

There’s a host of art by British artists featured in the upcoming Heritage Auctions Comic Art Signature Auction, taking place over 21st – 23rd February 2019 in Dallas – and a number of covers created for early Marvel UK comics by American artists. Rubbing shoulders with Krazy Kat art by George Herriman, newspaper strips by AlexContinue reading Dave Gibbons first Watchmen cover among latest Heritage Auctions art offerings

Lakes Festival Focus 2018 - Frank Quitely. Image in ident of Frank Quitely Luigi Novi/ Creative Commons Usage

Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Comics Artist and Writer Frank Quitely

Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. Over 70 are attending in 2018 in October (and that’s not including creators you’ll find in the Comics Clock Tower). This Festival Focus for 2018 is Frank Quitely, who started hisContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Comics Artist and Writer Frank Quitely

Panel Borders: Tom Gauld and Simone Lia discuss Cabanon Press

Panel Borders: Cabanon Press In the second of a series of shows about comic book creators who have collaborated together, Alex Fitch talks to celebrated British cartoonists Tom Gauld and Simone Lia in a conversation recorded at this year’s Spring Comiket at Bishopsgate Institute, London.Tom and Simone talk about their collaborative comics First and SecondContinue reading Panel Borders: Tom Gauld and Simone Lia discuss Cabanon Press

Stan Lee Excelsior Award 2012 Winners announced

The full results of the Stan Lee Excelsior Award 2012 can now be revealed! This award for graphic novels is fully endorsed by The Stan Lee Foundation and the School Library Association. Seventy seven UK schools took part this year and, of the eight shortlisted graphic novels, hundreds of students (in the 11-16 age bracket)Continue reading Stan Lee Excelsior Award 2012 Winners announced

Green Lantern artwork stolen

Green Lantern: Legacy Page 27. Pleasenote, this may or may not be one of thestolen pages – it’s included here as an example (via ComicArtFans): Green Lantern artist Brent Anderson‘s car was broken into while at the San Diego Zoo during the San Diego ComicCon week and many pages of original art were stolen. TheContinue reading Green Lantern artwork stolen