ComicScene UK Issue 2 is in comic stores and available to order online now, celebrating 80 years of the Beano and humour comics. This issue includes interviews with Emily McGorman Bruce, Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett, Frank Quitely and the continuation of a wide-ranging interview with Rachael Smith. Plus there are features on features onContinue reading Comic Scene Issue 2 Celebrates 80 Years of The Beano, giant-size Christmas Special announced
Stan Lee has been a hero of mine since I read one of his comics when I was just seven years of age. So you can imagine what a blast it was many years later to bring in The South Bank Show TV cameras to produce an in-depth interview with Stan ‘The Man’ Lee inContinue reading Tim Quinn’s Marvel UK Memories: Interviewing Stan Lee
This Friday – 20th April 2018 – comics writer Tim Quinn will be announcing just how you can grab a pre-publication date copy of the latest FAB 4000 comic! Tune in to the Billy Butler show on BBC Radio Merseyside and find out how to get both comic and badge to wear with pride, asContinue reading New FAB 4000 comic in aid of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, launches on Friday
In 1988, writer and editor Tim Quinn was working for America’s Saturday Evening Post and decided, for the Easter edition of its Children’s Digest magazine, that he would put his religious upbringing to good use. “Tim Tyme” could travel anywhere in history on his fabulous Timeboard, a series that ran for about 15 years inContinue reading Comic Management Memos: Never Bring a Skateboard into Religion again!
Comic writer, publisher and raconteur Tim Quinn has had one of the most colourful careers I know, much of it documented in his biography, Argh! from MIWK Publishing. Here’s just one of his amazing stories, from his time as a stage hand in Leeds… and his encounter with Catwoman actress and singing sensation Eartha Kitt…Continue reading Music Hall Memories: That Time comics writer Tim Quinn met Eartha Kitt