Tripwire Awards winners announced at Portsmouth Comic Con, wins for ComicScene, Mister Miracle and more

The winners of the inaugural Tripwire Awards were announced at the hugely-successful second Portsmouth Comic Con at the weekend, at a ceremony hosted by comics writer Jasper Bark.Continue reading Tripwire Awards winners announced at Portsmouth Comic Con, wins for ComicScene, Mister Miracle and more

Free Comic Book Day 2019

Happy Free Comic Book Day 2019!

Free Comic Book Day is back this weekend, and across the UK many comic shops are again taking part, with free comics for customers on offer, including Funny Pages from 2000AD publisher Rebellion and Doctor Who and Robotech from Titan Comics – full details of these here. is an annual event founded on the beliefContinue reading Happy Free Comic Book Day 2019!

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Lazarus artist Michael Lark joins Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019 line up

US comic artist Michael Lark has just been announced as a guest at this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival (www.comicartfestival.com – tickets on sale now) exclusively revealed during a quick interview yesterday with John Freeman for BBC Radio Lancashire Breakfast. Michael Lark is the artist and co-creator with writer Greg Rucko of Lazarus andContinue reading Lazarus artist Michael Lark joins Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019 line up

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In Review: Traces of the Great War

Publisher: Image Comics (English Edition)/ Editions de la Gouttière (French Edition) Out: Now The Book: Traces of the Great War is a remarkable, original collection of 18 thought provoking graphic short stories bridging the past and present. Internationally-acclaimed comic book artists, graphic novelists and writers, all of them explore the continued relevance and resonance of the FirstContinue reading In Review: Traces of the Great War

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Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s “Monstress” wins at the British Fantasy Awards

The autumn season means it is time for the annual British Fantasy Society‘s convention and the BFS Awards. The second volume of Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda‘s rather glorious Monstress (published by Image) won the Best Comic / Graphic Novel category on Sunday at Fantasycon. This follows another major science fiction and fantasy con, Worldcon,Continue reading Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s “Monstress” wins at the British Fantasy Awards