A panel from a strip written by John Freeman with art by Lew Stringer for the 2019 Cor! & Buster Special © Rebellion Publishing Ltd

Rebellion’s Keith Richardson talks “Treasury of British Comics” plans, return of “The Vigilant”

There are exciting times ahead for fans of classic British comics as 2000AD publisher Rebellion expands its “Treasury of British Comics” line in 2019, taking full advantage of the huge range of characters and comic titles it now owns, from tentpole football legend Roy of the Rovers to much-missed humour titles such as Buster andContinue reading Rebellion’s Keith Richardson talks “Treasury of British Comics” plans, return of “The Vigilant”

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In Pictures: Treasury of British Comics Exhibition – Orbital Comics, London

Here’s a few snaps from the Treasury of British Comics exhibition currently on at Orbital Comics in central London. The art is being exhibited courtesy of 2000AD publisher Rebellion Publishing in a celebration of their imprint, The Treasury of British Comics. Rebellion have been lovingly breathing life into some of the most classic British comics of the 1970s and 80s,Continue reading In Pictures: Treasury of British Comics Exhibition – Orbital Comics, London

Art for the Marney the Fox stories for Sunny magazine published in the 1980s, artist unknown

Marney the Fox: after Buster, a “Sunny” star, thanks to Bernard Long

The beautiful Marney the Fox collection, gathered from the pages of weekly comic Buster is out this week, but who remembers an incarnation published in the nursery title Sunny in the 1980s? The “Marney the Fox” comic strip – the story of a wandering fox cub – by Scott M. Goodall, drawn by John Stokes, appeared in Buster  from theContinue reading Marney the Fox: after Buster, a “Sunny” star, thanks to Bernard Long

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Artist John Stokes at Gosh Comics in October

Comics creator and stage designer John Stokes will at Gosh! Comics in London, in conversation with Broken Frontier’s Editor-in-Chief Andy Oliver, on Friday 6th October to celebrate the release of the wonderful  Marney the Fox from the Treasury of British Comics. John is perhaps best known for “Fishboy” or for his years of work forContinue reading Artist John Stokes at Gosh Comics in October

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John Stokes interviewed in Judge Dredd Megazine, classic strip “The Lawless Touch” from Tornado reprinted 

We’ve already trailed this week’s 2000AD – but don’t forget Judge Dredd Megazine (Issue 387) is on sale now, with a plethora of great strips – “Judge Dredd”, “Anderson – Psi Divison”, “Havn”, “Dredd” and “The Dark Judges”. The issue also includes a smashing interview with veteran comics artist John Stokes, who returns to comics thisContinue reading John Stokes interviewed in Judge Dredd Megazine, classic strip “The Lawless Touch” from Tornado reprinted