Inspired by Marvel and DC Superheroes, Amnesty UK have created a unique and inspiring take on a superhero collective – ‘The Human Rights Defenders’, aiming to spotlight the work of real life heroes battling for their rights worldwide. Passion is their power, and human rights for all is their mission – and the latest issue of Amnesty magazine features them in an eight page insert, with art by Marvel and DC artist Neil Edwards.
With Captain Marvel in cinemas in a couple of weeks and Avengers: Endgame hot on its heels, it should be no surprise the Royal Mail has turned its hand to a Marvel-inspired Special Issue stamp release – and artists Alan Davis… Read More ›
Doctor Who Infinity is a new game coming to PC, iTunes and Google Play next month, featuring art by a number of creators well known for their work on the Doctor Who Magazine comic strip – and details of the… Read More ›
Oldham Comic Con, taking place 12th May, is a free comics-oriented event in Oldham Library, drawing on mainly comic creator talent in the North West, including Manchester. if you’re a 2000AD fan, there’s plenty to interest you based on the… Read More ›
Top US publishers DC Comics and Marvel are competing like crazy to grab your hard-earned pounds with revamps of top characters and universes at the moment – and my, what a fuss about Captain America, eh? Along the way, there’s some great stuff coming… Read More ›