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Snapshots in (Comics) Time: The London ComiCon 1969 Convention Booklet

Here’s another cracking glimpse at early British comics fandom courtesy of the brilliant Classic UK Comics Zines web site hosted by artist and independent publisher David Hathaway-Price – the 1969 ComiCon Booklet featuring a cover by the late, great, Jim Baikie

In Pictures: Graffiti artist “Sleek” delivers standout street art at London’s Beano Studios

Beano Studios have just unveiled a unique and bespoke piece of street art in the window of their London Fleet Street offices created by one of their licensees; the mysterious and anonymous graffiti artist known as Sleek. The Scottish based… Read More ›

Global Bat-Signal celebration planned for this year’s Batman Day – including London!

Batman Day is almost here and to celebrate the Dark Knight’s 80 years as the World’s Greatest Detective, DC and Warner Bros. are lighting up the night skies by projecting the iconic Bat-Signal, as well as producing fan celebrations, in… Read More ›

Design Museum delights: Stanley Kubrick oddities, and the promise of your very own Mars mission

London’s Design Museum is currently hosting Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, which includes some comic-related visuals inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey. running until 17th September. But the space age entertainment doesn’t stop there, because hot on the heels of this major exhibition, you’ll get the chance to travel to Mars without leaving London – in a multi-sensory adventure for all ages

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