Robbie Morrison

In Review: Traces of the Great War

Publisher: Image Comics (English Edition)/ Editions de la Gouttière (French Edition) Out: Now The Book: Traces of the Great War is a remarkable, original collection of 18 thought provoking graphic short stories bridging the past and present. Internationally-acclaimed comic book artists, graphic… Read More ›

Goldsboro Books announces “Capital Crime”, comics convention-styled crime fiction festival for London

A comic convention style crime and thriller festival is to launch in London in September 2019, a new project from Goldsboro Books. Capital Crime – founded by Goldsboro Books Managing Director David Headley and novelist and screenwriter Adam Hamdy – will… Read More ›

Scotland in the spotlight at this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival

Kendal’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival has played host to creators of many nations – and this year, the Scots will be among the nations in the spotlight over the Festival weekend in October. The weekend-long Festival will give visitors the… Read More ›

Robbie Morrison talks Nikolai Dante and more for latest Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast

Robbie Morrison, co-creator of 2000AD‘s “Nikolai Dante”, is the guest of the latest Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast – available now. Robbie discusses his work at 2000AD, starting with the Judge Dredd Megazine and the creation of Nikolai Dante and… Read More ›

14-18 NOW “Traces of the Great War” international comic anthology announced

Kendal’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival has announced Traces of the Great War, a new and ambitious anthology publication exploring the traces and impact of the World War One on our lives today. Featuring over 20 internationally acclaimed comic artists and writers,… Read More ›

Lakes Festival Focus 2017: An Interview with Comics Laureate and Walking Dead artist Charlie Adlard

The countdown has begun to this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October (13th – 15th). We continue our “Kendal Calling” interviews with Walking Dead artist and UK Comics Laureate 2017-2019 Charlie Adlard. Charlie has been a “veteran” of the… Read More ›

Something for the Weekend (w/c 15th August 2016): Doctor Who, Dream Gangs, Dredd and Mind Mines, Too!

I’ve heaped plenty of praise on the fast-developing PJ Maybe -focused “Judge Dredd: Ladykiller” story (by John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra and Annie Parkhouse) and “Scarlet Traces: Cold War” (by Ian Edginton, D’Israeli and Annie Parkhouse) in 2000AD in recent weeks in our weekly… Read More ›

Shrewsbury International Comic Art Festival Goes Free! (Free to enter, that is…)

The first ever Shrewsbury International Comic Art Festival, taking place 15th – 17th July, is now a free event – giving full access to an amazing guest list and exhibitors for the general public all three days. Guests lined up include creators Dan Berry,… Read More ›

Comics Spotlight: A New Story Arc and Companion for the Twelfth Doctor

An all-new story arc begins for the Twelfth Doctor (Year Two #6), in a new Doctor Who comic from Titan, written by Robbie Morrison, art by Peter Capaldi-praised Rachael Stott, coloured by Ivan Nunes and lettered by Comicraft. In the wake of Clara’s exit,… Read More ›

Something For the Weekend: Penny Dreadful Monsters, Oh My! (New Comics w/c 9/5/16)

Alongside promoting this week’s 2000AD – and do check out Prog 1980, because there’s some great revelations, and it’s worth the cover price alone for the stunning art from Neil Googe on “Survival Geeks”, written by Gordon Rennie and Emma… Read More ›

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… Read More ›

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