Working with Antarctic Press, digital comics publisher ROK Comics, now based in the United States, is back in action – delivering its flagship title Team M.O.B.I.L.E. to comic shops. The first of an initial three-issue mini series, based on a concept created by ROK CEO Jonathan Kendrick, is on sale now, written by John FreemanContinue reading ROK Comics action series “Team M.O.B.I.L.E.” returns – and this time around, it’s in print!
Last year, in partnership with the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, downthetubes brought you a number of interviews with creators attending the event. We’re delighted to be able to run a series in the run up to their eagerly anticipated 2015 event this coming weekend (16th – 18th October), continuing the series with an interview with comics editorContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus: An Interview with Comics Editor and Writer John Freeman
It’s a real history lesson this week as John Freeman of downthetubes, Crucible, ROK Comics and many more joins Vince Hunt, Dan Butcher and Tony Esmond to talk about all things comics. There’s talk about the latest webcomic site Tapastic and its benefits for comic book creators, John’s own creations over the years and everyoneContinue reading Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 15: Comics Editor and Writer John Freeman
I’ve been digging around in the cupboards for things to show folk at EdenCon tomorrow in Carlisle for things to show folk besides the audio comics I edit for ROK Comics on my iPhone, and came across these comic strip submission guidelines for Doctor Who Magazine that I sent out to aspiring writers back inContinue reading Doctor Who Magazine Flashback: Comic Strip Submission Guidelines, May 1990
Heres’ a quick follow up on our report at the weekend that Great Britain is the guest country at this year’s Munich Comic Festival, the second largest comic event of its kind in Germany, running 4th – 7th June 2015. We can confirm that artwork from Angus Allan and Arthur Ranson’s The Beatles Story, first publishedContinue reading Angus Allan and Arthur Ranson’s “The Beatles Story” re-published in Germany