In Review: We Shall Fight Until We Win: a Century of Pioneering Political Women

Edited by Laura Jones, Heather McDaid & Sha Nazir 404 Ink / BHP Comics Review by Joe Gordon Two small Indy Scottish publishers, BHP Comics (who are also behind the Glasgow Comic Con and the Edinburgh Comic Art Festival) teamed up with 404 Ink to create this anthology of “pioneering political women”, We Shall FightContinue reading In Review: We Shall Fight Until We Win: a Century of Pioneering Political Women

Sustaining Comics: What the Future Holds

Future of creating comics to be explored at free Cartoon Museum event this Saturday

London’s Cartoon Museum is to host an creating comics event entitled Sustaining Comics: What the Future Holds this Saturday. Join a host of comics professionals to explore the challenges of working in comics, the opportunities out there, and what the future might hold. Over the course of the afternoon, visitors can join discussions, talks and workshops ledContinue reading Future of creating comics to be explored at free Cartoon Museum event this Saturday

Killtopia Print by Darick Robertson

Killtopia creators reveal Darick Robertson print for their stunning-looking SF comic

Here’s Darick Robertson’s fantastic Kickstarter Print for Killtopia, which will go out to all £12+ backers in October. Even if you didn’t back the comic, which secured over £16,000 in funding support, you can pre-order the first issue here on BHP Comics. “This one is a big deal for me, as Transmetropolitan by Darick andContinue reading Killtopia creators reveal Darick Robertson print for their stunning-looking SF comic

Tomorrow by Jack Lothian and Garry Mac - SNIP

In Review: “Tomorrow” by Jack Lothian and Garry Mac

Written by Jack Lothian Art by Garry Mac Colours, design and lettering by Sha Nazir and Kirsty Hunter Flatting by Greg Watt 51 pages – Full Colour – Published by BHP Comics The Story: This is a book that opens quietly. We see the beach at an unnamed seaside town and the sea beyond. InContinue reading In Review: “Tomorrow” by Jack Lothian and Garry Mac

The cover of Freedom City Comics by Paul Peart Smith and Paul Barry with Brian Ward

Tynside’s freedom fighters immortalised in a new, free comic

Historical figures from Britain’s North East, including suffragette Emily Davison, the Jarrow Marchers and anti-slavery campaigner Frederick Douglass are among the Tyneside radicals whose stories are told in Freedom City Comics, which is to be distributed free around Newcastle and made available as a free comics download from 1st October 2017. The new anthology, celebratingContinue reading Tynside’s freedom fighters immortalised in a new, free comic