Salty Dogs Box Art

In Review: Salty Dogs, The Pirate Card Game

Designed by Andy Brown, Sean McCaughey and Phil Cairns of Beserker Games Art by Simon Bisley Where Can I get This? Salty Dogs is seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter here Review by Phil Welch The Game: Salty Dogs is a pirate-themed card game for all the family in which each player runs a crew of motleyContinue reading In Review: Salty Dogs, The Pirate Card Game

Salty Dogs - The Card Game

Shiver me timbers, Simon Bisley’s only gone and illustrated a pirate card game!

Walk the Plank, smite your enemy with the Black Spot or send in a Stowaway in Salty Dogs, a pirate-themed card game, illustrated by Simon Bisley., currently seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter. Without further do, we briefly hand over to the pirate captain… “Does ye love the open seas? Are ye tougher than me old wellyContinue reading Shiver me timbers, Simon Bisley’s only gone and illustrated a pirate card game!

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Rok of the Reds returns in “Rok the God”, ashcan available!

Ahead of the launch of a much-anticipated Kickstarter to fund the next “Rok of the Reds” story Rok the God, the team behind the project have announced a free digital version of Chapter One will be accessible to all on Rok’s forthcoming Kickstarter (October 2nd – mark the date!).Continue reading Rok of the Reds returns in “Rok the God”, ashcan available!

Simon Bisley illustrated this sensational Slaine illustration in mixed media on heavy illustration paper. This colourful example of Bisley's work features a highly detailed battle scene. This large piece looks amazing in person.

Simon Bisley “Slaine” art offered (and much more) in latest Comic Link auction

The Spring Featured Auction at US auction house Comic Link starts closing next week – and along with rare US comics includes a wide range of original art, from creators that include British artists Simon Bisley, Alan Davis, Dave Gibbons, Bryan Hitch, Tula Lotay and Barry Windsor-Smith. Art by American artists – among them DarwynContinue reading Simon Bisley “Slaine” art offered (and much more) in latest Comic Link auction

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Pat Mills issues statement on 2000AD-related royalties

2000AD creator Pat Mills official blog, part of Millsverse, might be an acquired taste for some with its mix of marketing and memoir, but I really do enjoy the industry details. (I think “The Sparky People” strip in my childhood copies of Sparky is what started me on the road to a life in publishing,Continue reading Pat Mills issues statement on 2000AD-related royalties