Paul H. Birch reports on the opening of comic artist John McCrea’s solo exhibition at the Birmingham gallery Havill & Travis at Primitivo. Work from throughout John’s long and illustrious career is being showcased, including original cover art drawings framed with the actual published comics, limited edition screen-prints and limited edition giclee prints – and he’sContinue reading John McCrea’s solo exhibition opens in Birmingham
100% Biodegradable Issue 17 is on sale now, crammed with digital comics goodness – available from all the usual electronic outlets. Here’s the line-up and yes, of course I’m just a teeny bit biased about this title for obvious reasons given the creator line-up that includes myself and many great creators I’ve worked with inContinue reading All-out action from cover to cover in 100% Biodegradable – Issue 17!
With Issue 17 of the digital anthology comic 100% Biodegradable nearing completion, here’s a preview of some of the strips appearing inside. In “Capsule” by Brian Pearlman and Armin Ozdic (with colours by Liam O’Connor and letters by Ken Reynolds) a musician seeks shelter from the rain in a hotel from hell. In “Waste OfContinue reading Sneak Peek: 100% Biodegradable Issue 17 – Switchblades and Skowdogs!
Issue 16 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable, which I’m delighted to be involved with, is out now on ComiXology. Recently awarded 8.3 out of 10 on FanboyNation, and described as “some of the best science fiction storytelling outside of 2000AD” on Pop Culture Bandit, the latest issue, edited by Dave Hailwood, features a wholeContinue reading 100% Biodegradable Issue 16 is out now on ComiXology
Next month sees the debut of the Birmingham Comics Festival – a series of events that take place throughout the city which includes the Birmingham Comic Art Show at Birmingham City University, a free convention-style event which will take place on 24th June 2017. “People kept referring to art show convention as the Birmingham Comics Festival,” organising teamContinue reading Birmingham Comics Festival has big plans for its Comic Art Show next month