downthetubes highlights the work of many comic creators, but after Orkney-based comic artist and illustrator Tony O’Donnell kindly sent us his report on the recent Jim Baikie exhibition at the Kirkwall Museum, he also sent us his current biography, which… Read More ›
Author, comics writer and editor Alan Cowsill has just launched a new podcast, Last Geek in Space
A huge array of comics, annuals, books, holiday specials, free gifts and magazines await you in the Phil-Comics eBay auctions this week
TV, Film-inspired classic comics and a Spider-Man “Bop Bag” among latest Phil-Comics auction goodies this month
With over 600 vintage comic listings, from the 1920s through to the 2000s, there’s something for most collectors in the latest Phil-Comics eBay auction this week
Arnside’s coffee hub Moochin’ About is hosting an evening with comics editor, writer and raconteur Tim Quinn, making an appearance at the Cumbrian cafe in March
In his latest regular “Hatch, Match & Dispatch” features on major British comics anniversaries on his brilliant Rusty Staples blog, comics writer Michael Carroll notes the upcoming 30th anniversary of Strip, published by Marvel UK
Former DC and Marvel comic artist Jeff Aclin has been delighting Marvel UK fans recently, presenting many of the splash pages and covers he drew for the company for their 1970s superhero and other comics
On sale from Wednesday 29th January 2020 in comic shops and newsagents is Marvel: Graphic Novel Collection: Volume 212: Knights Of Pendragon, a must-have for Marvel UK fans, reprinting the first nine issues of the Knights of Pendragon, a stunning,… Read More ›
We wish all downthetubes readers a very Happy New Year – and decade! Here’s to exciting times ahead for us all!
Panini Comics UK has just announced the closure if the latest incarnation of Mighty World of Marvel, on the same day its latest issue goes on sale. “Hi, Marvelites”, the company announced along with details of Issue 22 on its… Read More ›
Marvel’s January 2020 solicitations include the much-anticipated Death’s Head Omnibus TPB among them – a delightfully chunky, 416-page collection of (almost) all the early Death’s Head greatest ‘hits’, scheduled for release on 3rd March, which we trailed earlier this year.
This Saturday, 31st August 2019, the not-for-profit Marvel UK and British media culture inspired Defenders UK project returns with Issue 4 of its latest series, available to read for free on Facebook, but first, why not catch up with the series mashing Marvel mayhem with Doctor Who, Tommy Cooper, and much more so far?