Back in 1956, Junior Express Weekly, a weekly comic from the Daily Express, produced a batch of Jeff Hawke-inspired cards with a scientific background. The settings are those in which comic strip hero Jeff Hawke works, all with reference to Sydney Jordan‘s stories: the solar system, the spaceships, the various moments in the daily lifeContinue reading Jeff Hawke Space Gen Cards: comics inspired education!
The latest issue of the Jeff Hawke Club magazine – Volume 10 Number Two – is on sale now, offering 86 pages celebrating work of Sydney Jordan, as well as offering features on space flight and insights into the background to strips featured in the issue. This issue features two complete stories from the laterContinue reading In Review: Jeff Hawke Club Magazine Volume 10 Number Two
The remarkably warm and dry weekend of 16-18 October 2015 saw the third Lakes International Comic Art Festival take place in the Lake District town of Kendal. LICAF, or more simply Lakes, has grown in stature and visitor numbers over the course of these three years as the comics community realise that the European comic festivalContinue reading Creators @ Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2015
Just published is Volume 9 Number One of the Jeff Hawke Club magazine, Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos. A heavyweight issue of 94 pages – excluding the cover! – the magazine features four complete newspaper strip stories, with Hawke’s Notes, articles, club event, space news and astronomy features. • Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos is available by annual subscriptionContinue reading Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos: Now We Are Nine
We’re pleased to report that Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos, the magazine Jeff Hawke Club run by Bill Rudling, has reached its eighth volume and tenth year of publication. The tales of (more or less) contemporary air and space pilot Jeff Hawke, created by artist Sydney Jordan, ran in the Daily Mirror from the 1950s right throughContinue reading Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos Begins Eighth Volume