Flintlock Book 3 - Lady Flintlock

Crowdfunding Spotlight: Flintlock Book Three

Offering 64 pages of adventures in the 18th Century, Time Bomb Comics Kickstarter for Flintlock Book Three is running now and although the project was fully funded in just 12 hours, if you want to grab a copy of this fun adventure title, I’d recommend heading over to the crowd funding site and backing itContinue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Flintlock Book Three

Birmingham’s Time Bomb Comics spreads its wing with ongoing comic project Flintlock

Time Bomb Comics has successfully gained Kickstarter backing for its first-ever ongoing  adventure comic, Flintlock – but further funding support will help the independent British publisher promote the title and really make an impact with the great-looking book when it launches. Since 2007, Birmingham-based Time Bomb Comics has been publishing critically acclaimed one-shots and graphic novels.Continue reading Birmingham’s Time Bomb Comics spreads its wing with ongoing comic project Flintlock

Bomb Scares Anthology Promo

Bomb Scares Anthology Out In Time for Hallowe’en, First Annual Event for Project

Hallowe’ens are going to be just that little bit different from now on… Birmingham based comic book publisher Time Bomb Comics has announced the release of what will be an annually released horror anthology going under the title of Bomb Scares. The first volume is available now and weighs in at a hefty 96 pagesContinue reading Bomb Scares Anthology Out In Time for Hallowe’en, First Annual Event for Project

Caption 2015 Poster by Al Davison

Caption, the small and indie press convention, goes to Coventry

  Caption, the two day comics festival – now in its 23rd year – returns on 10th – 11th October. The popular event dedicated to British small press and indie publishing has moved from Oxford to Coventry as, we’re told, there aren’t enough keen people in Oxford to run it at the moment, while Al Davison whoContinue reading Caption, the small and indie press convention, goes to Coventry

Comics are for kids... Of all ages! Photo: Adam Yosef

The Birmingham Comics Festival 2015: A View From the Trenches

  The mysterious but thankfully only occasional vagaries of internet communication delayed delivery of this report by Paul H. Birch on the well-received Birmingham Comics Festival, but it’s here now! Enjoy… Walking the fully-glazed curved length of Edgbaston Cricket Stadium’s committee lounge is a suitably impressive experience: beyond the immaculately mowed lawn, your vision reaches out towardsContinue reading The Birmingham Comics Festival 2015: A View From the Trenches