Comic artists, writers, editors, publishers, academics and broadcaster and comics collector Jonathan Ross gathered in person and by Skype at London’s Cartoon Museum this weekend (Saturday 2nd November 2019) to voice support for the preservation of British comics history, and hopes for a new national Comics Museum. Comics Jam – Preserving British Comics History wasContinue reading Broadcaster Jonathan Ross joins campaign to preserve British Comics History and call for national Comics Museum
Marvel Comics has been a cultural phenomenon for 80 years. As part of their anniversary celebrations the US comic publisher have been working with the Books on the Underground initiative (temporarily renamed ‘Comic Books on the Underground‘ and part of the now global Books On The Move project) to give away copies of iconic andContinue reading Look out for free Marvel Comics on the Underground… and elsewhere around the UK!
My main hobby is comics (you’d never have guessed, would you?) but one of my many other interests is history. When I found out about the Great War Dundee event that combined both, involving the launch of the free Great War Dundee Comic and appearances by Pat Mills, Ian Kennedy and Anya Morozova, located inContinue reading In Words and Pictures: The Great War Dundee Comic Launch
A short bonus extra episode of the ComicScene Podcast takes a look at the new, free, Great War Dundee Comic, which launches tomorrow at the V&A DundeeContinue reading ComicScene Podcast spotlights Great War Dundee Comic
Ian Kennedy’s cover art for the upcoming free Great War Dundee Comic has been unveiled, featuring “Ragtime Soldier”, a character created by Pat Mills, with art by Gary Welsh and Phillip VaughanContinue reading Ian Kennedy’s “Great War Dundee” cover revealed