Army Recruitment posters by John Worsley

Creator Spotlight: Eagle’s PC49 artist John Worsley

We’re used to thinking of John Worsley as the artist on the “The Adventures of PC 49” strip in the original Eagle comic, but of course he was a professional illustrator who worked in a number of different fields – as a war artist, police sketch artist artist and illustrated Wind in the Willows books.Continue reading Creator Spotlight: Eagle’s PC49 artist John Worsley

Eagle Times Volume 28 - Number Two

New Eagle Times highlights Joan Porter’s work on “Dan Dare”

The latest issue of the Eagle-inspired magazine Eagle Times, published by the Eagle Society, is available now, offering a wealth of insights into the much-loved boys comic of the 1950s and 60s. The features, which include insights from colourist and researcher Joan Porter about the Frank Hampson Studio, where Dan Dare was first conceived; and a newContinue reading New Eagle Times highlights Joan Porter’s work on “Dan Dare”

Eagle Times Volume 24 Number One - Cover

Eagle Times Enters Its 24th Year Of Publication (Volume 24, Number One)

Eagle Times, the journal of the Eagle Society, reaches its 24th year of publication (Volume 24, Number One) with three articles on British artists – from original Eagle, cutaway artist Hubert Redmill and the rather better known Brian Lewis, plus from new Eagle, Dan Dare artist David Pugh. Eagle‘s link with 1950s radio are coveredContinue reading Eagle Times Enters Its 24th Year Of Publication (Volume 24, Number One)