For British comic fans, the must-read memoir of 2020 is likely to be the fascinating inside story of one of British comics’ biggest movers and shakers – King’s Reach: John Sanders’ Twenty-Five Years at the Top of Comics. It certainly might ruffle a few feathers… One of the key figures of British comics in theContinue reading Will IPC’s John Sanders’ memoirs blow the lid on some British Comics secrets?
Escapologist crime-fighter, Janus Stark, is back! The Treasury of British Comics has just announced a new special perfect-bound magazine, featuring the first adventures of the rubber-boned Victorian adventurer. “Behold, Janus Stark! Master of illusion, son of the unknown! No lock can fetter me… no rope or chain can bind my limbs!” The Incredible Adventures ofContinue reading Victorian escapologist Janus Stark returns in new collection!
Legendary comics Battle and Action are back as part of a roster of twelve new special titles for 2020 from Rebellion Publishing, including the return of the popular Cor and Buster Special, which debuted earlier this year, as the Cor!! Buster Easter Special. Some of the biggest titles in British comics will make a returnContinue reading Slam, Bam! Rebellion set to deliver a stack of Comic Specials in 2020
Rebellion‘s brand new, limited edition Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies hardcover collection, written by Pat Mills with art by Kevin O’Neill, Jesus Redondo and Bryan Talbot, available only from their web shop, sold out within 24 hours of going on sale. Developed in conjunction with 2000AD’s French publisher Delirium, only 250 English language copies ofContinue reading Non, non, non! “Nemesis the Warlock: The First Heresies” sells out in 24 hours
Celebrate the 65th anniversary of Roy of the Rovers with a visit to the dedicated pop-up exhibition at Manchester’s National Football Museum, which opens next week, on Friday 19th July. The Melchester Rovers legend made his first appearance in Tiger comic in 1954, and remains a comic book icon to this very day. His exploitsContinue reading Manchester’s National Football Museum’s 65th anniversary Roy of the Rovers exhibition opens next week