2000AD creator Pat Mills is looking forward to going to Prague this week, for an-all day comic event at Prague City Library on Friday 28th September – and the event will hopefully be live streamed. He’ll be chatting about his career, 2000AD, and – most important of all – the return of 17th century zombie-hunter Defoe,Continue reading Pat Mills heads to Prague to talk 2000AD’s “Defoe”, his comics career and more
This week marks the beginning of David Lloyd‘s magnificent Aces Weekly‘s sixth year – and sees the launch of Volume 30 of the digital anthology comic, sent to subscribers screens in seven super parts every Monday, with all further volumes rolling right along after. This volume features strips by James Romberger, delivering an accidental thriller set onContinue reading Aces Weekly: Now We Are Five!
Edited by Ken Reynolds Cover by Freja Steele (Redshift Press) Featuring the work of Chris Sides (Redshift Press, Futurequake, British Showcase Anthology), Denis Vermesse (BD Adult, 100% Biodegradable, Action Lab), Tony Suleri (100% Biodegradable), Chris Redfern (The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, Zarjaz, Hallowscream), Lukasz Kowalczuk and an exciting crop of relative new comers on the small press scene The Book: Editor KenContinue reading In Review: Sliced #1 – A free experimental small press comic anthology
Following up on my plug earlier today for 100% Biodegradable Issue 11, there’s a fab “Freaks, Heroes and Horrors Bundle” on offer from four ace independent publishers on the digital platform Drivethrucomics – and it’s bigger than ever this time around. Offering 13 comics at one low price of $2.50/£1.70, Redshift Press brings horror to the mix withContinue reading Freaks, Heroes and Horrors, Good Grief! A Dastardly Digital Bundle of Comics Now On Sale
Issue 7 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable – edited by Dave Hailwood and John Kirkham – is now available to buy on Comicsy or Drivethru for just 69p/$0.99. Along with your usual smattering of brain munching goblins, boneheaded barbarians and delusional psychiatric patients, this issue features a new ongoing series – “Death Duty“, by John FreemanContinue reading Death Duty by John Freeman and Alan Burrows comes to 100% Biodegradable