Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

By: Garth Ennis & Keith Burns Publisher: Aftershock Review by Luke Williams The Books: World War Two is almost over, but no one seems to have told the Germans – as Royal Air Force pilot Jamie McKenzie finds out when he’s assigned to deadly shipping strikes along the enemy coast. Flying the Mosquito fighter-bomber againstContinue reading In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

Brussels Comic Art Factory to host Keith Burns exhibition

If you’re a fan of the art of Keith Burns, then you might want to head to the Comic Art Factory in Brussels, which is hosting an exhibition of his work from 25th October until 9th November 2019 – and the popular gallery is also offering original pages for sale on its websiteContinue reading Brussels Comic Art Factory to host Keith Burns exhibition

Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019. Image: Brewery Arts Centre

From the Trenches and in Pictures: The Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019

Heading to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019, the event the culmination a year of publicity work for me, and others, and endless hours of hard work and organisation by the dedicated team based largely in Kendal, I couldn’t help but feel a sense of trepidation. Not because we weren’t prepared in any way,Continue reading From the Trenches and in Pictures: The Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019

Commando 5267 - 5270

Commando 5267 – 5270 On Sale This Week

Brand new issues of DC Thomson Media‘s Commando (Issues 5267-5270) are on sale this week, (from Thursday 3rd October) in all good newsagents across the UK. The line up this time out Including fighting dustcarts, a fortified house in Stalingrad, a Siberian SAS mission, and the second Braddock issue of Commando, plucked from the pagesContinue reading Commando 5267 – 5270 On Sale This Week

Commando Issue 5259 - the wraparound "Braddock" cover by Keith Burns

“Braddock of the Bombers” revived for new Commando stories

Commando Comics has followed up its teasing of a revival of characters from the weekly boys’ comic Victor with an announcement that “Braddock” will be following in the footsteps of “Codename: Warlord” aka Lord Peter Flint and returning to comic pages in Commando. Just as we predicted last week, DC Thomson Media’s Heritage Brands teamContinue reading “Braddock of the Bombers” revived for new Commando stories