Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies

Non, non, non! “Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies” sells out in 24 hours

Rebellion‘s brand new, limited edition Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies hardcover collection, written by Pat Mills with art by Kevin O’Neill, Jesus Redondo and Bryan Talbot, available only from their web shop, sold out within 24 hours of going on sale. Developed in conjunction with 2000AD’s French publisher Delirium, only 250 English language copies ofContinue reading Non, non, non! “Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies” sells out in 24 hours

Wildcat Preview Comic - Wildcat Centrespread SNIP

Wildcat, one of Fleetway’s last boy’s adventure comics, to be collected

Rebellion are to publish a collection of strips from Wildcat, Fleetway’s short-lived, last real attempt at a fortnightly boy’s adventure comic, launched in 1988. There’s also a mention on Amazon for another Jinty collection, Fran from the Floods. Published by Fleetway between October 1988 and March 1989 (with a free Wildcat mini-comic given away with 2000AD,Continue reading Wildcat, one of Fleetway’s last boy’s adventure comics, to be collected

Marvel UK Mystery: An unpublished Motormouth story

Ace artist Jesús Redondo Romain recently posted some great looking pages of a Marvel UK-commissioned Motormouth story, guest starring Death’s Head II. The only problem – he couldn’t remember what the story was called, so we did a bit of digging around, contacting former Marvel UK writers and editors to see if they recognised it… JesusContinue reading Marvel UK Mystery: An unpublished Motormouth story

Spot the Difference: Scream comic art uncensored

Over on eBay, seller “Forbidden Box” is not only selling a smashing piece of 2000AD Dan Dare art by Dave Gibbons but also an early, uncensored page from the short-lived weekly Scream drawn by Jesus Redondo. The Scream art from “Monster“, a strip originally devised by Alan Moore – offered for £350 – differs from the published editionContinue reading Spot the Difference: Scream comic art uncensored

Watch: Kicking it Old School – Talking British Comics at 2000AD’s 40 Years of Thrill-Power Festival

2000AD has posted a video of the panel called “Kicking it Old School” from last month’s 40 Years of Thrill-Power Festival (our feature on the event is here). Chaired by myself, the panel featured John Higgins, Ian Kennedy and Jesus Redondo (with Guillermo Ortego tranlating) as we discussed the rich history of British comics. AsContinue reading Watch: Kicking it Old School – Talking British Comics at 2000AD’s 40 Years of Thrill-Power Festival