The final issue of Space Ace Issue 12 – is available now, collecting four adventures of the space hero created by Ron Turner, the artist best known perhaps for his work on “The Daleks” for TV Century 21 – and the story of how he secured that commission is covered in a feature in thisContinue reading In Review: Space Ace Issue 12
The first issue of the Dan Dare-inspired title Spaceship Away for 2019 – Issue 47 – is available now, featuring front and back covers, and a centre spread, by veteran artist Don Harley. Don of course worked on the original “Dan Dare” adventures for Eagle and became the backbone of the strip, especially during Hampson’s periodsContinue reading Spaceship Away springs into 2019 with a focus on Dan Dare artist Don Harley
Book Palace Books are working in partnership with Rebellion to publish a number of limited edition “Fleetway Picture Library Classics” comic collections, bringing strips such as “Jet Ace Logan” back into the limelight.
These collections are in addition to their ongoing Illustrators magazine, which will highlight work of artists such as 2000AD’s John Michael Burns and others.Continue reading Space hero Jet Ace Logan returns in new limited edition collection
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
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