A panel from a strip written by John Freeman with art by Lew Stringer for the 2019 Cor! & Buster Special © Rebellion Publishing Ltd

Rebellion’s Keith Richardson talks “Treasury of British Comics” plans, return of “The Vigilant”

There are exciting times ahead for fans of classic British comics as 2000AD publisher Rebellion expands its “Treasury of British Comics” line in 2019, taking full advantage of the huge range of characters and comic titles it now owns, from tentpole football legend Roy of the Rovers to much-missed humour titles such as Buster andContinue reading Rebellion’s Keith Richardson talks “Treasury of British Comics” plans, return of “The Vigilant”

Hook Jaw Book 1

Egmont UK releases Hook Jaw, Rat Pack in digital collections

Egmont UK have made more strips from Battle and Action available with the launch of Hook Jaw and Rat Pack e-comics. Egmont launched its Classic Comics imprint in June last year with Roy of the Rovers e-comics for the nostalgia market and continues to grow its digital publishing programme, promoted via its new Classic ComicsContinue reading Egmont UK releases Hook Jaw, Rat Pack in digital collections

Johnny Red Volume Three

More British Comics collections to come from Titan

Titan Books have confirmed Johnny Red Volume 3: Angels over Stalingrad, the final Joe Colquhoun collection, will be published in January 2013. The volume features a third introduction by comics writer Garth Ennis about Stalingrad. The publisher of the Charley’s War collections also tells us more British comics collections are on their way, which isContinue reading More British Comics collections to come from Titan

In Review: The Best Of Battle

It feels like it has been a long time coming but Titan’s Best of Battle has finally hit the stores and surprisingly, for a “Best Of” book, the wait has been worth it. Battle Picture Weekly was IPC’s answer to DC Thomson’s Warlord, a straight shooting war comic named to tie-in with IPC’s long runningContinue reading In Review: The Best Of Battle