Here’s an item from my archives that should interest some Marvel UK fans – Liam Sharp’s fax of our creator-owned heroine, Rourke, created for STRIP, alongside Marvel US heroes Monark Starstalker and Wolverine. I’ve written about this a little before, but the background is this. After a positive reaction to Rourke’s debut in STRIP IssueContinue reading Marvel UK Comics That Never Were: Rourke versus Wolverine, versus… Monark Starstalker?
Coming to Issue 17 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable is a brand new Rourke of the Radlands strip written by Dave Hailwood and me, John Freeman with art by Bill Storie and some rather glorious colours from Brett Burbridge. Originally created by Wonder Woman artist Liam Sharp and myself, Rourke first appeared in Marvel UK’sContinue reading Rourke of the Radlands back in “Fool’s Gold” for 100% Biodegradable
The latest issue of the ace British digital anthology 100% Biodegradable (Issue 16) is on sale now and of course I’m delighted to report it includes a very special re-presentation of “Rourke of the Radlands – The Wand” – a tale of hard drinking, hot tempered sword and sorcery I co-created with Wonder Woman artist LiamContinue reading New 100% Biodegradable revives “Rourke of the Radlands”, co-created by Wonder Woman artist Liam Sharp
Back in the early 1990s, myself and now Wonder Woman artist Liam Sharp co-created “Rourke of the Radlands“, who has only, to date, appeared in Marvel UK’s STRIP anthology (Issue Four). As I previously mentioned here, the response to the strip was positive and editor Dan Abnett got Liam and I working on a mini-seriesContinue reading “Rourke of the Radlands” returns via 100% Biodegradable shapes up
The SF fantasy character “Rourke of the Radlands” co-created by myself, John Freeman, and Wonder Woman artist Liam Sharp, first published in the largely creator-owned Marvel UK title STRIP, is about to get a new lease of life in the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable. Edited by Dan Abnett, STRIP, launched in February 1990, was a fortnightly comicContinue reading “Rourke of the Radlands” returns after years in the wilderness