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New Vworp! Vworp! a delight, features first ever Alan Moore interview about his Doctor Who comics

The amazing Vworp Vworp! Volume 3 zine – dedicated as ever to all things Doctor Who comics and related titles – may have been a long time coming, but it was well worth the wait, leading with Alan Moore‘s first-ever interview about his work on the Doctor Who comic strips, a terrific free Dalek CD gift, variant coversContinue reading New Vworp! Vworp! a delight, features first ever Alan Moore interview about his Doctor Who comics

The Newspaper Strip Collection Of Oscar Charles Drayton: West

Angry Candy release new ‘West’ strip as part of “The Newspaper Strip Collection of Oscar Charles Drayton’

The Newspaper Strip Collection of Oscar Charles Drayton – featuring the latest West story The Train Leaves at Noon, alongside other faux-1970s newspaper strip-style stories from John Maybury, Colin Stanford, Arthur Goodman, and David Goodman – is now available to buy online via British independent publisher Angry Candy’s Big Cartel and Comicsy storefronts for £7 post-freeContinue reading Angry Candy release new ‘West’ strip as part of “The Newspaper Strip Collection of Oscar Charles Drayton’

Panel Borders: The Last Ride of the Western Heroes

Continuing the Panel Borders comic radio show’s month of programming about genre in comics, Alex Fitch talks to creators of small press and mainstream cowboy comics. In the 300th radio show that Alex Fitch has made for Resonance FM, he talks to veteran comics writer John Ostrander about his classic serialised graphic novel The KentsContinue reading Panel Borders: The Last Ride of the Western Heroes

Read West, Young Man (and Woman)…

by Matthew Badham – cross-posted here and on the Forbidden Planet blog with full permission. Read the original version here West, by Andrew Cheverton and Tim Keable, is one of my favourite indie comics. It’s the story of Jerusalem West, a conflicted anti-hero with a chequered and incident-filled past: smart, sophisticated storytelling that both subvertsContinue reading Read West, Young Man (and Woman)…

In Review: The Bristol Comic Expo 2010

Matthew Badham reports on this year’s Bristol Expo, which attracted some 1000 fans and over 100 comic creators… I promised myself that I was going to do four things at the Bristol Comics Expo this year: make time to watch Doctor Who; get to bed at a reasonable time; make lots of notes for thisContinue reading In Review: The Bristol Comic Expo 2010