Eighteen - Rail Safety Comic SNIP

23red and Network Rail to reveal “Eighteen” rail safety comic at MCM’s Comic Con Birmingham

Behaviour change agency 23red has announced the redesign of its multi-award-winning film Eighteen, created in partnership with Network Rail to highlight the dangers of electrified railways. The film has been reworked into a 32-page comic book and will launch at MCM’s Comic Con Birmingham 2019 this weekend to communicate the campaign’s lifesaving message to aContinue reading 23red and Network Rail to reveal “Eighteen” rail safety comic at MCM’s Comic Con Birmingham

“Mansion of Madness” studio revived?

Last year, comic creators Lee Robson and Dan Hill, working with ace designer and writer Andi Ewington and others, released the horror anthology Mansion of Madness, featuring stories from some of the best and brightest creators in the comics world today. Well, now they appear to have gone one step further and stepped up previously-announcedContinue reading “Mansion of Madness” studio revived?

Bite Me - Cover SNIP

In Review: Bite Me Comic Issue One

Edited by Arlene Russo Available at www.bitememagazine.com Cover by Gary Crutchley and Matt Soffe Contributors include: David Braysher, Gary Crutchley, David Lucarelli, Colin Maxwell, Will Pickering, Dave West The Comic: From the shadows comes this special issue of Bite Me, dedicated to the girls – and boys – picture comics of yesteryear. Step into the unknown… asContinue reading In Review: Bite Me Comic Issue One

Cup of O - Small Press Reviews

Cup of O – Small Press Reviews: A Certain Symmetry, CROSS and How To Be A Superhero

A Certain Symmetry (Self Published) By Richard Worth & Jordan Collver I’ve long been an admirer of the distinctively creative collaborations of Worth & Collver and this tantalizing pamphlet (at the time intended purely to seduce publishers) is another slice of fried gold from the team. Sadly, it appears at the moment at least thatContinue reading Cup of O – Small Press Reviews: A Certain Symmetry, CROSS and How To Be A Superhero

Future Quake Issue 26 - Cover

FutureQuake returns, bursting with talent and great stories

  FutureQuake is back! Wrapped in a stunning cover by Matt Soffe, the finest talents in the British small press are here again to save you from the boredom of a miserable March as we wait for some sign of Winter’s passing. This terrific, jam-packed anthology includes…       Where else in the printedContinue reading FutureQuake returns, bursting with talent and great stories