Featuring stunning a cover over by 2000AD artist Steven Austin, Futurequake Press releases Zarjaz Issue 31 next week – the latest issue of the not for profit anthology inspired by the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic! Torquemada – Grand Master of Termight – demands you join him, as he brings purification to the masses – and “ButtonContinue reading Sneak Peek and Review: Zarjaz 31
Journey Planet is a occasional fanzine themed around – well, whatever takes the contributors’ fancy, basically, but Issue 39, just released, has a Judge Dredd theme, dedicated overall to co-creator Carlos Ezquerra. The editor for this free, 96 page monster of an e-zine is none other than 2000AD writer Michael Carroll and features contributions from theContinue reading In Review: Journey Planet 39 – Judge Dredd
By Lee Robson and Bryan Coyle Out: Now via Aces Weekly Subscription: Just £1 a week The latest volume of David Lloyd‘s brilliant digital anthology Aces Weekly recently started and three weeks in, I have to draw your attention to a terrific action adventure that features – “Velicity Jones in The Devil’s Breath” by Lee Robson and Bryan Coyle.Continue reading In Review: Velicity Jones in “The Devil’s Breath” (for Aces Weekly)
It’s been a busy week, and not just in terms of stories posted on downthetubes. Among other things, I’ve been to London (not for London Film and Comic Con, which looked incredible, but to discuss an exciting comics project at the British Library); got a sneak peek at the amazing The Spirit newspaper edited by SeanContinue reading That Was the Comic Week That Was: New Aces Weekly, Strontium Dog, Moomins – and a chance to get your work in 2000AD – and Mr Men!
Lee Robson is the writer of the graphic novel Babble and a frequent contributor to many British independent titles, including Zarjaz, Futurequake, the Strontium Dog-inspired Dogbreath, Something Wicked and several of Accent UK‘s themed anthologies. He’s also penned a series of online daily strips featuring 2000AD‘s Judge Dredd for FutureQuakePress, which are collected here. David Broughton has created his own comics, such as the brilliant ShamanContinue reading Creating Comics: Lee Robson and David Broughton talk “Strontium Dog”