Delving into this collection from Kevin Jackson and Hunt Emerson led reviewer a merry dance…
Making fun of the occult – Hunt Emerson and Kevin Jackson’s hilarious take on the lives of Aleister Crowley and the great occultists
What’s not to love about a book full of demons, weirdos and other crazies?
Knockabout have re-published Hunt Emerson’s brilliant version of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner now back in print.
Echoing British girls comics of the 1960s and 70s, Kevin O’Neill‘s fantastic cover for the third jaw-dropping instalment of his and Alan Moore’s astonishing League of Extraordinary Gentlemen swan-song The Tempest takes us from a boarding school in Big Brother-dominated… Read More ›
Out in August from Knockabout is a full length graphic novel, Scotland Yardie, by Bobby Joseph with art by Joseph Samuels, featuring the character who sprang to fame (or should that be infamy?) in the pages of the 1990s indie title Skank… Read More ›
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has just announced appearances by two top Spanish comic creators at this year’s Festival (14th-16th October) – Torpedo and Jonah Hex artist Jordi Bernet and Paco Roca, best known for his award-winning graphic novel Wrinkles…. Read More ›
Celebrating its 45 year anniversary in April 2016, The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Staged annually, LBF sees more than 25,000 publishing professionals arrive… Read More ›
Knockabout has announced Alan Moore’s second novel, Jerusalem, will now be published in September 2016. Described as a fantastical exploration of his hometown of Northampton which runs to more than a million words in draft form, publisher Tony Bennett described… Read More ›