Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 SNIP

Out This Week: The Tammy and Jinty Special

Tammy and Jinty were two of Britain’s best-loved girls’ comics of the 1970s and ’80s – ground-breaking female-led comics that covered everything from science fiction and fantasy to romance and a whole lot of fun… and now they’re back, for what’s hopefully the first of many more Specials. In the Tammy & Jinty Special, withContinue reading Out This Week: The Tammy and Jinty Special

Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 SNIP

Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 Cover and line-up Reveal, Forbidden Planet Signing announced

Rebellion have revealed the cover of their eagerly-awaited Tammy & Jinty Special by Roy of the Rovers artist Lisa Henke, and more information on the content has now been revealed via Rebellion direct – and in an interview with editor Lizzie Boyle and writer Rob Williams conducted by Stephen Jewell online, ahead of coverage by Richard Bruton for the next issue of Comic SceneContinue reading Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 Cover and line-up Reveal, Forbidden Planet Signing announced

32 Kills by Mike Garley and Andy Clift

Silent Killer: 32 Kills by Mike Garley, Andy Clift, out now from Comichaus

32 Kills , a new project by Mike Garley and Andy Clift, published by Comichaus is getting its launch at Thought Bubble this weekend, and is available on the publisher’s digital comics platform, available to read now on the Comichaus app. Co-created by Emmy-nominated writer Mike Garley and Captain Cosmic artist Andy Clift, it’s lettered by MikeContinue reading Silent Killer: 32 Kills by Mike Garley, Andy Clift, out now from Comichaus

Hangover - Christabel

P M Buchan’s HANGOVER at Thought Bubble 2017

If you’re at Thought Bubble this weekend, then look out for P M Buchan’s HANGOVER – a new anthology of horror and horror-comedy comic strips created by Buchan and a range of some of the world’s brightest emerging comic creators, including Martin Simmonds, artist of the upcoming IDW/Black Crown series Punks Not Dead, and LeonieContinue reading P M Buchan’s HANGOVER at Thought Bubble 2017

Exploring Tapastic: The Weird and the Fantastic

As regular readers of downthetubes know, we regularly post new episodes of our SF adventure strip, Crucible, to the web comics platform Tapastic. The series, written by me, drawn by Smuzz and lettered by Jim Campbell (and which has had an absurdly long gestation period) started out as a creator-owned strip in STRIP: The Adventure Comics Magazine,Continue reading Exploring Tapastic: The Weird and the Fantastic