In an episode of the radio show Panel Borders looking depictions of astronauts and close encounters on the comic book page, Alex Fitch talks to writers Matt Fitch and Chris Baker about their graphic novel adaptation of the first American Moon Landing – Apollo – and to graphic novelist Julian Hanshaw about his books TimContinue reading Panel Borders: Apollo and other other Space Adventures
Comics. Food. Artists. Recipes. For Orbital Comics next thematic exhibition, the brilliant London comic store has gathered a bunch of food-loving cartoonists and illustrators and asked them what they really enjoy cooking these days. Their answers will be up on the Orbital Gallery walls throughout June, as a glorious exhibition of illustrated recipes. The exhibition willContinue reading Orbital Comics Hosts “Comics in the Kitchen” Exhibition in June
Dirty Rotten Comics issue 7 Edited by Gary Clap and Kirk Campbell Featuring – Matthew Dooley, Alex Potts, Jey Levang, Darren Cullen & Mark Tolson, Kathryn Briggs, Peony Gent, Andrez Bergeb & Chris Wahl, Douglas Noble, Stanley Miller, Bethan Mure, Benjamin A. E. Filby, Kevin Loftus, Andrew Warwick, Lucie Ebrey, Henry Miller, Henry St. LegerContinue reading Preview – Dirty Rotten Comics Issue 7
After many, many months of planning, reading, more reading and even more reading the team behind the British Comic Awards have just revealed the nominees for 2014/15, selected from the Longlist of titles provided by the reading public, publishers and the creators themselves. The BCA committee have decided the following titles and creators listed below represent the very best, and indeedContinue reading British Comic Awards Shortlist announced, Beano artist Dudley D. Watkins enters “Hall of Fame”
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. Prize-winning British cartoonist Julian Hanshaw makes his US debut this week with the rich and meditative story of Tim Ginger, published by IDW/Top Shelf. Once a government testContinue reading Something for the Weekend (22nd July 2015) – A little 2000AD for the weekend, folks?