Running until the end of March, London’s Orbital Comics is hosting an exhibition of pages from publisher DK’s latest title Fearless and Fantastic! — a who’s-who of female Marvel superhero character profiles. This collection profiles dozens of aspirational female comic-book characters, all of whom use their strength, intelligence and courage to help others. Fierce fan-favouritesContinue reading Fearless and Fantastic! exhibition continues at London’s Orbital Comics
The Mazeworld signing and launch of The Art of Arthur Ranson exhibition is on tonight at Orbital Comics, London. The deluxe new edition of Mazeworld from Rebellion Publishing collects the entire dark fantasy he created with Alan Grant, and was serialised in 2000AD. The exhibition spans Arthur’s illustrious career, from his early biographical strips ofContinue reading Arthur Ranson signing tonight celebrates 10 years of exhibitions at London’s Orbital Comics
Orbital Comics in London will be hosting an exhibition by British comics legend Arthur Ranson. The show will run from 5th October to 4th November 2018, and will feature original artwork spanning Arthur’s illustrious career. In addition, Orbital will host the UK launch of the splendid new edition of the classic work for 2000AD, Mazeworld from Rebellion Publishing, written byContinue reading Orbital Comics announces “Art of Arthur Ranson” exhibition
Fans of forktail – the band comprising of 2000AD artists Boo Cook and Simon Davis – will be pleased to hear they’re doing a signing and live performance at London’s Orbital Comics on Saturday (11th August), accompanied by musical collaborator Frazer Irving. The instore signing runs from from 3.00 to 5.00pm, followed by a free, full band performance of tracks fromContinue reading Folk horror live at Orbital Comics, from 2000AD artists Boo Cook, Simon Davis and Frazer Irving!
Small Press Day, a celebration of self-publishing, DIY culture, and grassroots comics across the UK and Ireland is back for a third outing this Saturday, 7th July 2018 – and there are a whole host of happenings taking place around it. In 2016, an idea born on Twitter led to a series of nationwide eventsContinue reading Don’t Forget! Small Press Day is this Saturday!