Tammy and Jinty were two of Britain’s best-loved girls’ comics of the 1970s and ’80s – ground-breaking female-led comics that covered everything from science fiction and fantasy to romance and a whole lot of fun… and now they’re back, for what’s hopefully the first of many more Specials. In the Tammy & Jinty Special, withContinue reading Out This Week: The Tammy and Jinty Special
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 SceneContinue reading Tammy & Jinty Special 2019 Cover and line-up Reveal, Forbidden Planet Signing announced
Along with the lowdown on this week’s thrill-packed 2000 AD, hold on to your boot straps as downthetubes brings you a taster of things to come from Rebellion in coming months – both books and comics – including some Roy of the Rovers 65th anniversary editions, a terrific Leo Baxendale Sweeny Toddler collection and more!Continue reading Simian superhero stalks this week’s 2000 AD… Plus, a Rebellion Summer Titles preview!
Joe Gordon reviews the latest 2000 AD, a special issue of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic offering an all-ages take on the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic. Does it deliver?Continue reading In Review: 2000 AD – Regened!
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, PJ Holden, Richmond Clements and Vicky Stonebridge. Based on the premise that some of history’sContinue reading Are you ready for “The Spine Chillers”? (I doubt it…)