Working with Antarctic Press, digital comics publisher ROK Comics, now based in the United States, is back in action – delivering its flagship title Team M.O.B.I.L.E. to comic shops. The first of an initial three-issue mini series, based on a concept created by ROK CEO Jonathan Kendrick, is on sale now, written by John FreemanContinue reading ROK Comics action series “Team M.O.B.I.L.E.” returns – and this time around, it’s in print!
Following up on the good news – locally, at least – that Lancaster City Council has pledged to work with the city’s Musicians’ Co-op to help secure their long-term future, revoking its eviction notice from a building much-loved organisation had occupied for decades, I thought you might like to see what was published of a comicContinue reading Untold Tales: Lancaster’s Musicians’ Co-Op the inspiration for a comic adventure
After a five-year rampage in which over one hundred bloodthirsty creators cut a bloody swath through 100% Biodegradable’s hallowed halls, leaving 750 pages of comic strip carnage in their wake, the final issue of the digital anthology is upon us! I’m very proud to have been part of this incredible project, and the final issueContinue reading Digital anthology 100% Biodegradable offers stonking final issue, and a terrific new collection
Regular readers of downthetubes will recall we’ve previously plugged the independent comic Gateway City created by Russell Mark Olson – and now the first four issues are to be collected into a new collection, accompanied by extra pages, new art and more. Set in 1925, in Saint Louis, Gateway City is told against the backdrop of ProhibitionContinue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Gateway City Volume One by Russell Mark Olson
Back in the days of the British comics fandom of the 1980s, when our community was very different and far less diverse than it thankfully is today, Lew Stringer and I created Pedantic Stan, The Comics Fan – and Lew has collected all the strips into a new collection on sale this weekend at LondonContinue reading Pedantic Stan, The Comic Fan, returns in new collection from Lew Stringer, in time for London Film and Comic Con