Nottingham Comic Convention is heading our way fast, arriving at the Nottingham Conference Centre on Saturday 20th October, with a guest list that includes the Beano‘s Steve Beckett and Lew Stringer, Hilda creator Luke Pearson, DC Comics Christian Wildgoose, Marvel’s Marc Laming, plus Zac Simmonds Hurn from The Phoenix. Here’s my rundown of who I’m lookingContinue reading Counting Down to Nottingham Comic Con – Who to Look Out For!
Titan Comics are giving the collected Lost Fleet – Corsair a bit of a “back catalogue” push right now, so as the series editor, I thought I’d share some of the early design work that went into creating the series, based on Jack Campbell‘s best selling SF novels. The series had been on the books atContinue reading Creating Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet – Corsair comic: some unseen designs and behind the scenes reveals
Leamington’s award-winning comic convention – Leam Comic Con – returns on Saturday (25th March 2017) at the Royal Spa Centre bringing big name guests, independent publishers and creators and local talent to the town. Top guests include Christian Wildgoose, artist on DC’s Batgirl, and the brilliant Improper Books series Porcelain; Daredevil and Star Wars artistContinue reading Leamington Comic Con on Saturday
Titan Comics have revealed more details about The Lost Fleet: Corsair Issue #1 – including all the covers and interior pages from this new military SF release, which launches in June in all good comic shops. (Bias declaration – this is one of the books I’m editing for the company, and it’s proving a greatContinue reading Titan Comics Lost Fleet: Corsair #1 by Jack Campbell – covers, first pages revealed
January marks what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, and the first anniversary of his untimely death to cancer. Celebrating the career of one of popular art’s most vital innovators, chameleons and talents, Moonage Daydreams – an exhibition at London’s Orbital Comics – sees 20 artists from the comic book field and beyond offer theirContinue reading Celebrating David Bowie: Moonage Exhibition opens this week at London’s Orbital Comics