Imagine what a school for the offspring of the creatures of the Cthulhu Mythos would be like… well, actually, you dont have to, because that’s exactly what small-press comic creators Peter Duncan and Andrew Pawley have done. Their wonderful Cthulhu Kids comic is the result, and a second Issue is in the pipeline, crowdfunding permitting.Continue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight and Sneak Peek: Cthulhu Kids #2
Writer: Peter Duncan Artist: Andrew Pawley The Comic: Meet the Cthulhu Kids at The Miskatonic Academy for Outer Entities- the most exclusive school in the multiverse for the children of Elder Things and Outer Gods! A mash up of vintage kids comics and the existential terror of an infinite universe. The Review: What do you getContinue reading In Review: Cthulhu Kids, All Ages Cosmic Terror & Mythos Madness!
Marc Jackson is one of the busiest cartoonist’s on the British comic scene at the moment. From his strips in online comic Aces Weekly, to his own superb self-published books to his cover for Splank! Number One, his style is instantly recognisable. Marc is also a perfect example of how to promote comics to kidsContinue reading In Praise of… comic artist (and editor!) Marc Jackson (and his new humuour comic, Goof!)
After a successful launch at the recent Enniskillen Comics Festival, the Belfast originated anthology comic SPLANK! , eited and published by Peter Duncan, is now available, featuring some fabulous new strips from Mike Higgs (creator of “The Cloak”, first published in POW! back in the 1960s, now revived), Davy Francis, Marc Jackson, Nigel Parkinson, John Robbins, DaveContinue reading New indie humour comic SPLANK! makes a splash with first issue now on sale
Belfast-based 2000AD fan group, Sector House 13, launch the second issue of their Sector 13 fanzine on Friday 3rd November from 7.30pm in their regular haunt of the Parlour bar on the city’s Elmwood Avenue. Bigger, and more ambitious than their first effort, the second issue runs to 36 magazine-sized pages with the same mixtureContinue reading Sector 13, the Belfast-based 20000AD zine, is back!