London’s Gosh! will be hosting a signing with the stellar line-up of Peter Milligan, Rufus Dayglo and Jim McCarthy for the latest installment in the Bad Company series. The signing will be from 1-2.00pm on Saturday 4th June 2016. Bad Company was originally created by Peter Milligan, Brett Ewins and Jim McCarthy, debuting in 2000AD in 1986. The story follows a young solider fighting in a warContinue reading Bad Company: First Casualties Signing at Gosh! in June
Panel Borders, the only regular monthly look at comic books, graphic novels and sequential art steam* broadcast in the UK over the airwaves, delves into the story behind one of the country’s most controversial comics tonight. Guest presenter Professor Martin Barker (from the University of Aberystwyth) investigates the story of Britain’s notorious Action comic, whichContinue reading Panel Borders delves into Action – The Story of a Violent Comic
The ninth annual Cine Excess international Festival turns its focus on the world of graphic novels for the first time this year, with a special panel discussion on violence in comics featuring Professor Martin Barker, comic book writer and editor Pat Mills (Judge Dredd, Charley’s War) and 2000AD artist Jim McCarthy. The event takes place on SaturdayContinue reading Cine Excess Gets Graphic in Brighton with Pat Mills, Jim McCarthy and Martin Barker
Here’s this week’s list of comics on sale now in comic shops across the UK. As usual, our list highlights the work of British creators and publishers. 2000AD Prog 1950, on sale today, offers an ideal for new readers or those looking to return to the fold. This issue’s highlights include a new cover byContinue reading Something for the Weekend: US Comics On Sale 30th September 2015 – Jump On Board 2000AD!
Writer Peter Milligan has paid tribute to Brett Ewins, who died recently at the age of 59, and dedicated his return to 2000AD to his friend. Milligan is returning to the dark, war-torn world of Bad Company – the series he co-created with Ewins and Jim McCarthy in 1986 – saying he hoped it would be “a fittingContinue reading Bad Company – and Peter Milligan – return to 2000AD in September