Digbeth’s free street arts/graffiti free festival HighVisFest is back and ready to paint the town red, blue and every colour in-between on 7th September – and includes a number of comic creators as guests at a “Pop Up Comic Con” at the Custard Factory. Family friendly and free, comics guests this year include David BarnettContinue reading HighVisFest back next month
The Book: Reprinting the “Combat Colin” stories from The Transformers Nos. 257 to 283, Combat Colin No.4 brings you fast-paced comedy-action that takes place beneath the sea, on Mars, in the Prehistoric past and in Colin’s home town of Wallytown! Plus, it’s time to meet Combat Kate… is she friend or foe? There’s only oneContinue reading In Review: Combat Colin No. 4 by Lew Stringer
As we previously reported, this weekend’s London Film and Comic Con has a huge roster of comic creators attending its show at Olympia this weekend – and they have a number of great comic-related talks, too, some definitely of interest to anyone interested in creating comics for a living. Among them are “Working in HumourContinue reading London Film and Comic Con offers “Creating Comics” panels
Lew Stringer‘s Combat Colin No.4 is available to order now and will be available exclusively from him at the London Film and Comic Con this coming weekend. Reprinting the “Combat Colin” stories from The Transformers Nos. 257 to 283, Combat Colin No.4 brings you fast-paced comedy-action that takes place beneath the sea, on Mars, inContinue reading New Combat Colin out now!
Review by Ben K Sy Co-created by John Charles, Barry May and Tom Newell. Co-plotted, designed, coloured by John Charles with co-plotter and scripter Barry May; art by Tom Newell. Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot, colouring assistance by Guilherme Lindemberg Mendes and Chris McAuley “Maurice the Cat” written by Stephanie Mary Jackson with John Charles, artContinue reading In Review: TechnoFreak #2: “The Dame and the Damned”