Porcelain: Bone China - Cover

Something For the Weekend – Bone China, Doctor Who and Unmentionables!

Here’s my pick of this week’s list of British creator and British publisher-skewed new comics, including new comics on sale in UK newsagents. This feature covers all titles released from Monday 7th March onwards with most new US comics released on Wednesday 9th March. There’s some great stuff to look out for this weekend atContinue reading Something For the Weekend – Bone China, Doctor Who and Unmentionables!

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New Comics On Sale This Week (Wednesday 3rd February) – Bad Kids, Bunnies and Soviet Space Dogs!

2000AD have a feast of great graphic albums out this week as well as the regular Prog (1966), but a quick heads up that coming out next week in comic shops is Judge Dredd: Dead Zone by John Wagner, with stunning art by Henry Flint. In the on-going follow-up to the critically-acclaimed Day of ChaosContinue reading New Comics On Sale This Week (Wednesday 3rd February) – Bad Kids, Bunnies and Soviet Space Dogs!

As the day progressed, more creators joined the merry throng at the event. Photo: Tony Esmond

Safari Festival 2015 – An Old Bloke’s Review

The Safari Festival 2015 was billed as “a celebration of the new wave of alternative and art comics from the UK and beyond…. and for attendees to experience the best of the UK comics’ avant-garde”.  Run by the team behind the ever intriguing Breakdown Press , in partnership with Berlin-based comics collective Treasure Planet and theContinue reading Safari Festival 2015 – An Old Bloke’s Review

Collecting Sticks by Joe Decie - Pages

Lakes Festival backs Joe Decie’s new “Collecting Sticks” project

  Continuing its efforts to invest in and promote the comics form, the Lakes International Comic Art Festival has a new project in the works. For 2015, they’re working with Joe Decie, one of the artists who took part in the event’s hugely successful 24 Hour Comics Marathon. Joe is the author of The ListeningContinue reading Lakes Festival backs Joe Decie’s new “Collecting Sticks” project