. For those of you who once shocked the French in Angoulême during their annual BD Festival by drinking bars dry, and those of you who’ve laughed when hotels fail to understand some comic fans capacity for drinking… there’s good news, because three “comic and beer” events are coming your way this month. (Please note,Continue reading Comics and Beer? No-one’s going to find that attractive, right? But if you do…
In the run up to the 60th anniversary of its establishment as a US government agency this year, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) you may have missed that it unveiled an official logo to mark the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo Program. NADA was established on 29th July 1958, with the signingContinue reading As NASA celebrates 60 years, Apollo’s 50th Anniversary celebrations gathers pace, offers us opportunity to remind you about a great new graphic novel!
Out next month from SelfMadeHero is the eagerly- anticipated Apollo, written Dead Canary Comics founders Chris Baker and Matt Fitch with art by Mike Collins – and this story of the first moon landing is looking absolutely stunning. Apollo is a full-length graphic novel published by SelfMadeHero and part-funded by Arts Council England, recounting the story of theContinue reading In Preview: Apollo, a stunning new graphic novel about the first Moon landing, touches down in stores next month
Doctor Who and Star Trek artist Mike Collins – not to be confused with NASA astronaut Michael Collins in this instance – is working on Apollo, a new graphic novel about the manned moon missions on the 1960s and early 1970s. Written by Dead Canary Comics founders Matt Fitch and C.S. Baker, the novel will be publishedContinue reading Doctor Who artist Mike Collins on board for “Apollo” graphic novel from SelfMadeHero
The minds behind Dead Canary Comics, Chris Baker and Matt Fitch, join the gang this week to talk about how they started in indie publishing, the impressive books they’ve released so far and the awesome books they’ve got coming up. There’s talk about MCM London, interacting with other creators at cons, the reactions to recent bigContinue reading Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 48 – Dead Canary Comics