Skippy the Bush Kangaroo is one of Australia’s all-time most successful cultural exports. The TV show had a global audience in the early 1970s of more than 300 million – and the character was a star that rivalled Doctor Who and The Avengers in terms of popularity in Britain’s TV Comic for many years. WhileContinue reading Who remembers Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, a TV – and TV Comic – favourite?
The Wonderlands UK Graphic Novel Expo is returning to the University of Sunderland City Space building on Saturday 3 June 2017. Running from 10am to 5pm it will feature its usual selection of talks, panels, workshops and a Publisher’s Hall of artists, writers, small pressers and dealers. Creators joining Bryan and Mary Talbot this year includeContinue reading Wonderlands UK Graphic Novel Expo Returns to Sunderland in June
‘Welcoming’ is a good description of the second Lakes International Comic Art Festival held over the weekend of 17-19 October 2014 in Kendal in the Lake District. After the inaugural festival last year had proven popular, this year everything seemed to be ‘more’ – more guests, more sellers, more red-shirted volunteers, more exhibitions, more workshops,Continue reading Creators @ Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2014: Part 1
North East-based comic publisher Art Heroes , the creation of Daniel Clifford and Lee Robinson, a writer and artist team publishing comic books and offering a range of creative workshops, is hosting a comic book launch for its new book Endangered and Other Stories on 25th October 2014 at Newcastle City Library. If you’re in theContinue reading Art Heroes announces comic book launch for Endangered and Other Stories