Exclusive Preview: Ron Turner’s Tit-Bits SF Comics

Earlier this week, we ran our review of the penultimate issue of Ron Turner’s Space Ace (Volume 11). Well, we have an exclusive look at a new vintage comics project from publisher John Lawrence, again featuring Ron Turner’s work – and I think it’s more than an inducement to find out how to subscribe early!Continue reading Exclusive Preview: Ron Turner’s Tit-Bits SF Comics

Space Ace Volume 11 Cover - SNIP

In Review: Space Ace Volume 11

Art and Stories by Ron Turner Colour by John Ridgway Published by John Lawrence The Book: The latest Space Ace magazine features two 12-page stories from the 1957 Lone Star Annual published in 1957: “Space Ace and the Black Pirate” and “Space Ace and the Tyrant of Trathane“, plus “Space Ace and the Tower of Tongaylar” from LoneContinue reading In Review: Space Ace Volume 11

Ron Turner's Kalgan the Golden SNIP

Rare Ron Turner collected comics cache discovered, offered for sale

John Lawrence, publisher of terrific retro stripzine, Space Ace, has been in touch to say that he’s recently unearthed a small cache of the Ron Turner comics he produced in the 1980s, published by Harrier Comics. If you’re unfamiliar with them, they were black and white publications in US comic book format, both featuring fully-paintedContinue reading Rare Ron Turner collected comics cache discovered, offered for sale

Space Ace 10 - "Looters of Loomar" SNIP

In Review: Space Ace Volume 10

Art and Stories by Ron Turner Colour by John Ridgway Published by John Lawrence The Book: 44-page anthology (extra pages this issue) comprising three stories featuring “Space Ace” by Ron Turner, colourised and re-mastered by John Ridgway. The title includes the second in-depth feature on the history of the Space Ace character and a livelyContinue reading In Review: Space Ace Volume 10

Spaceship Away 44 Promo

In Review: Spaceship Away 44

The first issue of Spaceship Away for 2018 has been out for a few weeks now but this is the first chance I’ve had to give it a plug. Wrapped in a smashing new piece of Dan Dare related art by Graham Bleathman (which also features as the magazine’s centrespread), the issue continues Tim Booth‘sContinue reading In Review: Spaceship Away 44