This new illustrators Special is for all those schoolboys that have refused steadfastly to grow up and master the art of reading serious works of literature. Do you recall Commando Comics, with those amazing covers and equally amazing interior art and stories?
Meet the Spook Squad – Adventures Too Scary for Boys – an irresistible concept that applies to animation, toys, games, books and a wealth of potential merchandising opportunities. And, perhaps, comics too? The action is led by four feisty girls… Read More ›
Despite its longevity, DC Thomson’s last serving pocket library title, Commando, has never gained the kind of fan documentation that other British comics have. Achtung! Commando was a short-lived attempt to change that, published at the turn of the century… Read More ›
Remember how Google Scholar used to have “resting on the shoulder’s of giants” as their strapline? By pure accident, I’m sitting on the same bench with them! I’m in a published book – Frank Bellamy’s Heros the Spartan, out now… Read More ›
For those of you who think CLiNT was the first British comic to think of employing comedians to write comic strips, think again. Quite apart from the numerous works of famous British raconteurs such as Bob Monkhouse to various comics… Read More ›
Illustrators journal celebrates the finest magazine, book and comics illustrators published in the UK and Europe featuring fabulous artwork in every issue, much of which is taken from scans of the original art. It gives readers the stories behind the… Read More ›