PJ Holden

Lakes International Comic Art Festival declares it’s still Full Steam Ahead for October

Responding to the uncertain times we are in as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Lakes International Comic Art Festival has confirmed it is still working on its plans to bring comic fans of all ages a weekend of comic fun to Kendal this October

Day of Dredd – Signing Details across the UK and US revealed

Rebellion has announced the full thrill-powered line-up of events for The Day of Dredd, celebrating the legacy and cultural impact of Britain’s biggest comic book export, Judge Dredd. Taking place on Saturday 7th September 2019, this mixture of creator signings,… Read More ›

Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 Cover and line-up Reveal, Forbidden Planet Signing announced

Rebellion have revealed the cover of their eagerly-awaited Tammy & Jinty Special by Roy of the Rovers artist Lisa Henke, and more information on the content has now been revealed via Rebellion direct – and in an interview with editor Lizzie Boyle and writer Rob Williams conducted by Stephen Jewell online, ahead of coverage by Richard Bruton for the next issue of Comic Scene

Are you ready for “The Spine Chillers”? (I doubt it…)

Renegade Arts Entertainment has released a collection of Ben Clark‘s utterly bonkers – and wonderfully funny – The Spine Chillers later this month, a series inspired by the company’s audio books line. The collection features guest strips from William Simpson,… Read More ›

Garth Ennis and PJ Holden Deliver New Tank Combat Story

Eisner Award-winning comics legend Garth Ennis (Preacher, Punisher) and artist PJ Holden (Warhammer Monthly, Johnny Woo, 2000AD) once again take command for a new action-packed miniseries inspired by Wargaming’s massively popular online game World of Tanks. World of Tanks: Citadel from… Read More ›

Belfast’s “Laughter in the Dark – Illustrating the Troubles” exhibition includes free workshop by 2000AD artist PJ Holden

A free political cartoons exhibition “Laughter in the Dark – Illustrating the Troubles” is running in Belfast’s Linen Hall Library for the rest of the month. The exhibition which charts the birth and rise of the political cartoon and its… Read More ›

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