The latest issue of the longest-running 2000AD fanzine – Dogbreath, from FutureQuake Press, positively demands your attention, not least for its stunning cover by Colin MacNeil – and the more so because it includes a strip written by Marvel and 2000AD artist Kev Hopgood, drawn by Rich Waugh. “Middenface McNulty – McNulty’s Law” is a funContinue reading Latest Strontium Dog-inspired Dogbreath out now!
The fifth issue of the 2000AD-inspired zine Sector 13, offering a great mix of strips, will get its launch at Enniskillen Comic Fest this weekend. At over 40 pages, this is the biggest issue of the anthology not-for-profit zine yet, offering a mixture of colour and black and white strips. Produced by the Sector HouseContinue reading 2000AD-inspired zine Sector 13 Issue 5 to get Enniskillen Comic Fest Launch
Sweet Nellie Bligh! The latest issue of indie comics anthology Paragon, edited by Davey Candlish, looks brilliant! What other comic has Doctor Who and Ian Fleming fighting Saddam Hussein? Because that’s what you get in “Shadow Rats: WMD“, written by Dirk van Dom with art by David Metcalfe-Carr, from a story by Davey? Not toContinue reading Weird War – and look Who’s involved in the latest Paragon anthology!
After a successful launch at the recent Enniskillen Comics Festival, the Belfast originated anthology comic SPLANK! , eited and published by Peter Duncan, is now available, featuring some fabulous new strips from Mike Higgs (creator of “The Cloak”, first published in POW! back in the 1960s, now revived), Davy Francis, Marc Jackson, Nigel Parkinson, John Robbins, DaveContinue reading New indie humour comic SPLANK! makes a splash with first issue now on sale
The Book: FutureQuake 2017 is back to brighten the boring, Inspire the indolent and render the jaded jubilant! Within the 100 page issue witness 18 possible futures including the latest instalment of the astounding epic, “Idea Space”. The Review: I’ve been promising to finish this review of the latest FutureQuake special for weeks, but otherContinue reading In Review: Futurequake 2017 (The “Idea Space” Issue)