Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 SNIP

All-new Tammy and Jinty Special out in June

Tammy and Jinty were two of Britain’s best-loved girls’ comics in the 1970s and ’80s – ground-breaking female-led comics that covered everything from science fiction and fantasy to romance and domestic drama. This June, hot on the heels of the Cor! and Buster Special out next month, these classic titles return in Rebellion’s 48-page TammyContinue reading All-new Tammy and Jinty Special out in June

Heroe! magazine Promotion

World’s Greatest Cartoonists create Heroes!, a new comic for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital patients

Liverpool Lions Club have teamed up with some of the world’s best known cartoonists to produce a new comic book, HEROES!, for the patients of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.Continue reading World’s Greatest Cartoonists create Heroes!, a new comic for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital patients

A panel from the long-running Faceache strip by Ken Reid. This art is from the first merged issue of Buster and Jackpot, cover dated 6th August 1982

Faceache, Ken Reid’s best-loved comic character and Leopard of Lime Street returns in new Rebellion collections

Rebellion, publishers of 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine, have announced full details of their first new collections featuring all-time classics of British comics from the 1970s and ‘80s. And what a terrific selection from their recently-expanded cache of characters it is, too, including collections of One-Eyed Jack, Marney the Fox, The Leopard of Lime Street –Continue reading Faceache, Ken Reid’s best-loved comic character and Leopard of Lime Street returns in new Rebellion collections

2000AD Prog 2011

In Review: 2000AD Prog 2011

Out: Wednesday 14th December 2016 Publisher: Rebellion This Christmas issue was previewed by John Freeman last week in his article here and the advert for the 40th Anniversary bash has been highlighted by John in the anniversary article. DANGER: SPOILERS MAY FOLLOW! The Review: I can’t believe it has been a year since I wasContinue reading In Review: 2000AD Prog 2011

Transformers rivals Robo Machines comic art by Mario Capaldi on show

Many years ago, while Group Editor at Marvel UK, I was nominally in charge of a project to clear the company’s Arundel House basement of old artwork, which Editorial Director Paul Neary wanted  cleaned out for his artists’ bullpen, where the likes of Liam Sharp, Bryan Hitch and many others would work on his “Genesis 1992”Continue reading Transformers rivals Robo Machines comic art by Mario Capaldi on show