This weekend at London Film and Comic Con, artist and writer David Leach will unleash a new collection of Psycho Gran Versus on an unsuspecting world… and it is very, very silly but well worth your hard-earned pounds. Just like last time out, back in 2016, It’s another no-holds-barred, free-for-all bust up published by Dead UniverseContinue reading Sneak Peek: The new “Psycho Gran Versus…”, from David Leach, poor Howard!
Back in the days of the British comics fandom of the 1980s, when our community was very different and far less diverse than it thankfully is today, Lew Stringer and I created Pedantic Stan, The Comics Fan – and Lew has collected all the strips into a new collection on sale this weekend at LondonContinue reading Pedantic Stan, The Comic Fan, returns in new collection from Lew Stringer, in time for London Film and Comic Con
Last year’s London Film and Comic Con gave us a new and improved Comic Zone, organised by #1 New York Times Bestselling writer and long-time comic creator Tony Lee – and at this year’s event, which is less than two weeks away, they intend to keep on improving, with the addition of the first everContinue reading London Film and Comic Con to host its first Comics Symposium this month
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!
There will be lots to see and do in the Comic Zone at the London Film and Comic Con this coming weekend, but be sure to check out the free preview of The Featherhood, a new project from award-winning writer Paul Goodenough, featuring art by Brazilian illustrator Fabio Guimarães, lettered by Jim Campbell. Not only isContinue reading Sneak Beak: The Featherhood by Paul Goodenough and Fabio Guimarães