Death’s Head is back! Marvel has announced a new limited series, written by Tini Howard with art by Kei Zama coloured by Felipe Sobreir, edited by Sarah Brunstad – and with regular covers by Nick Roche, launching in July. Here’s what we know so far… Announced at the Women Of Marvel panel at C2E2, inContinue reading Marvel’s Death’s Head is back, new series launches later this year
Out next month from comiXology is Ask for Mercy: The Key to Forever by British creators Richard Starkings and Abigail Harding – the first collection of the creator-owned series launched last year on the digital comics platform. An action-packed and artistically stunning dark fantasy story from Elephantmen creator Richard Starkings and breakout talent, Abigail Jill Harding, making herContinue reading Just Ask for Mercy – the comiXology Originals collection is out soon!
Joe O’Brien recently tracked down elusive The Real Ghostbusters artist John Marshall (John Williams), who now lives in Suffolk, and interviewed him for his brilliant The Art of The Real Ghostbusters web site. With Joe’s permission, we’re re-posting the feature here, re-visiting the creation of one of Marvel UK’s best-selling titles back in the 1980sContinue reading Creating Comics: An Interview with Real Ghostbusters artist John Marshall
Former Marvel UK staff and the present team at Redan Publishing were all saddened by the news of the death of Robert Sutherland, whose passing was announced last week. Here, Redan’s Editorial Director Jenny O’Connor, who knew Robert for almost 40 years, pays tribute to the man who did much behind the scenes to shapeContinue reading Remembering Robert Sutherland: An Appreciation by Jenny O’Connor
We’re sorry to report the passing of comics letterer, colourist and inker Albert Deschesne, whose numerous credits include District X, Nova and Tim Perkins’ Worlds End graphic novel; remembered here by Comicraft’s Richard Starkings… Albert Deschesne, who had lettered for Comicraft for some 23 of our 25 years, passed away unexpectedly yesterday. Albert was renownedContinue reading In Memoriam: Comics Letterer Albert Deschesne