Seeking crowdfunding right now on Indiegogo is a limited edition release of Slash Moron, written, inked and lettered by Bambos Georgiou – a wonderful parody of a certain square-jawed all-action space hero of the 1930s… Bambos, who I’ve known since my days at Marvel UK days (he was my editor on the mini-series, Gene Dogs,Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: The Slash Moron Limited Edition Graphic Novel
Mark Harrison might have delivered a dramatic cover and a stunning episode of “Grey Area” for this week’s 2000AD (Prog 2091), but it seems it’s Dan Abnett who’s taken over Rebellion’s output this week more than anyone else, with collections of Brink Book Two and the terrific Lawless: Long Range War (from the Judge DreddContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2091 (plus, a plug for the new Brink and Lawless books out now from Rebellion)
One of the first comics I wrote for on a regular basis, thanks to faith in me from launch editor Richard Starkings, was Marvel UK’s The Real Ghostbusters. Well, there’s now a fan site dedicated to the title – The Art of Real Ghostbusters – run by comic collector Joe O’Brien, who has kindly givenContinue reading Remembering Marvel UK’s The Real Ghostbusters: An Interview with artist Brian Williamson
Doctor Who Adventures Issue 23 is in sale now from Panini, and I’m delighted to report that the Doctor is still battling aliens accompanied by an alien talking horse. (Not that it wouldn’t be great to have new companion Bill in the strip – she gets an introductory UNIT “Alien Archive” feature this issue –Continue reading New Doctor Who Adventures Out Now – We’ll Shout that ’til we’re Horse!
The latest issue of 2000AD – Prog 2021 is on sale today. Here’s a quick taster. Boo Cook’s work on the latest “Judge Dredd” is positively a delight and joy to behold! Judge Dredd: Thick Skin by TC Eglington (Writer) Boo Cook (Artist) Annie Parkhouse (Letterer) A pair of Tri-D celebrities have suffered complete body liquification live onContinue reading New Thrill: 2000AD Prog 2021, Out Today, “Kingdom” and “The Order” collections out this week