Children of Merseyside have had their work published in the brand new Liverpool Heartbeat Comic Magazine
The Beano has gifted climate activist Greta Thunberg with a bespoke illustration to express thanks for all she has done for a cause that is so important to the Beano community
Beano has partnered with World Book Day, offering a Book Token with this week’s issue
Bananaman’s 40th commemorative Beano comic is available in all good newsagents, supermarkets and through digital delivery now, fronted by a great cover from Nigel Parkinson
Beano is celebrating the 40th birthday of one of the super hero world’s fruitiest creation, Bananaman, with the launch of a special edition of the weekly comic, featuring an extended story for the character.
Beano has continued its rubber chicken Christmas tradition with a brand new window display, unveiled earlier this week at their Fleet Street office. Passers-by were surprised with a unique insight into the rubber chicken’s home life as the flock took… Read More ›
Malta Comic Con organisers Wicked Comics have announced a number of new British guests for this year’s event in November – and the launch of both super discounted Sonic Saver Tickets and the debut of a new admission offer for… Read More ›
This summer, much-loved Beano characters are setting up home at Mottisfont, in Hampshire, for a vibrant new exhibition exploring 80 years of mischief and mayhem!
DC Thomson Media have teased the covers for this year’s Beano Summer Activity Special and Dandy Summer Special – and you can pre-order both now. Both will be in the bookazines, the Beano special offering new material the Dandy publication… Read More ›
Iconic British comedian and author Harry Hill has been announced as special guest judge in Beano’s nationwide search to find Britain’s Funniest Class. Teachers up and down the country have until 10th May 2019 to put forward their class’ very… Read More ›
Enniskillen ComicFest returns for its fourth year next month, on 10th and 11th May, bringing the world of comicbooks and superheroes to the town to celebrate sequential art and storytelling
This series of articles by Jeremy Briggs covers the dummy comics that were created through the years as potential ‘modern’ versions of the original Eagle comic from the 1950s and 1960s, none of which ever made it to newsagents’ shelves…. Read More ›