Doctor Who: “Never cruel or cowardly. Never give up, never give in.”

Doctor Who Monsters in the spotlight for new Never Cruel or Cowardly podcast

Last month, comics writer and author Cavan Scott described podcasts as the “… fanzines of the 21st Century”. The team behind a mainly Doctor Who-influenced podcast, Never Cruel or Cowardly, are running with that idea in style. The work of talented creators Leon Hewitt and Matt Badham, their latest audiozine, monsters and monstrosity in Doctor Who. “We’re twoContinue reading Doctor Who Monsters in the spotlight for new Never Cruel or Cowardly podcast

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Robbie Morrison – Taking Dante DrownTown

In advance of his appearance with artust Jim Murray tomorow (Saturday 24th) at Edinburgh BookFest’s Stripped weekend, for the latest Panel Border podcast Alex Fitch talks to Robbie Morrison about his career in comics so far, from his 15 year tenure as the writer of Nikolai Dante in 2000AD, working with artists such as SimonContinue reading Robbie Morrison – Taking Dante DrownTown

Roger Langridge - by Roger Langridge. Art © Roger Langridge

Roger Langridge: Make It Then Tell Everybody

Roger Langridge chats about tricking people into liking their work, how cartoonists feel insecure about their own talent, getting better at writing and remaining visible. in the latest episode of fellow comic creator Dan Berry‘s Make It Then Tell Everybody podcast. The podcast is great fun – especially if you’re also an artist, as RogerContinue reading Roger Langridge: Make It Then Tell Everybody

Comic Artist Ron Smith. Image courtesy 2000AD

Veteran comic artist Ron Smith focus of new podcasts

(With thanks to Graeme Neil Reid): Over on the Everything Comes Back to 2000AD site the team have produced two podcast interviews with artist Ron Smith which are pure gold. Ron talks about his whole career: obviously the podcasts centre mainly on 2000AD but he covers loads of his work. • Part One: http://2000ad.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/ep113-ecbt2000ad-ron-smith-interview-pt-1/ •Continue reading Veteran comic artist Ron Smith focus of new podcasts

Panel Borders: Big Questions

Starting a month of shows about anthropomorphic comics on radio show Panel Borders – comics about animals with human attributes – Alex Fitch talks to American cartoonist Anders Nilsen about his epic 658 page graphic novel Big Questions. The book, originally serialised as 15 comics, first self-published by Nilsen and then continued by Drawn andContinue reading Panel Borders: Big Questions