QueenSpark Books will be hosting an exclusive book signing event this coming weekend at Brighton’s Dave’s Comics with Comics Laureate Dave Gibbons to help launch their new graphic novel, Brighton’s Graphic War – and there will be a special auction the night before, for the book cover art, a one-off original Brighton’s themed painting by Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell. Following on from the success of BrightonContinue reading Dave Gibbons signing this weekend for new “Brighton’s Graphic War” from QueenSpark Books
Fresh off the back of their latest calamitous chapter comes a shiny new Tank Girl tale from Titan Comics this week, the work of series creator Alan Martin and artist extraordinaire, Brett Parson. Expect a healthy dose of delirium and plenty of ball-crunching action in this high-octane cross country skirmish that asks the question: is thisContinue reading Something For the Weekend: Tank Girl Back, Debbie Drake of the SAS Debuts! (New Comics w/c 16/5/16)
Christmas is coming early this year with Issue 9 of Doctor Who Adventures, which is set to materialise in a newsagent today – Thursday 3rd December! AWESOME POSTER This issue comes with a free hand painted mega poster of Skaro from Robot City’s Paul Collicutt. THE MINISTRY OF TIME Scream Street’s Tommy Donbavand scripts this issue’sContinue reading Happy Christmas, Doctor Who Adventures – We Love Your Dalek Poster!
Following the success and critical acclaim for Brighton: The Graphic Novel, the team behind that project have started a new project, this time with 15-25 year-olds. Thanks to funding from Arts Council England, QueenSpark Books is working with young people across Brighton & Hove to produce a print and online graphic novel based on the lives of the people ofContinue reading Brighton’s Graphic War project launched
Continuing a month of shows about comics and controversy, Alex Fitch talks to graphic novelist Paul Collicutt about his book The Murder Mile, published by SelfMadeHero, which centres on a murder set against the spectacle of Roger Banister running the four minute mile, an event that has reached its 60th anniversary earlier this month.Continue reading Panel Borders: Exploring The Murder Mile