On sale soon, Doctor Who: The Clockwise War – the latest collection of strips from Doctor Who Magazine – not only presents the final Twelfth Doctor adventure, by Scott Gray and John Ross – but a remastered collection of “The Cybermen” story by Alan Barnes and Adrian Salmon and Doctor Who strips drawn by Charlie AdlardContinue reading Sneak Peek: Doctor Who “Clockwise War” includes re-mastered “The Cybermen” strip by Alan Barnes and Adrian Salmon
If you think Marvel’s The Avengers were in bad shape at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, you should have seen them at the end of the Lord Mayor’s Parade back in 1993! A chilly November winds cut through capes and skintights like lasers. Continue reading A Bad Day for The Avengers in London… in 1993!
Liverpool Lions Club have teamed up with some of the world’s best known cartoonists to produce a new comic book, HEROES!, for the patients of Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.Continue reading World’s Greatest Cartoonists create Heroes!, a new comic for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital patients
During the tail end of the busy period in the 1990s when Marvel UK was developing numerous projects for the US Direct Sales market, one of the last unpublished proposed series was Mutator, which we’ve brought to a little bit of life on downthetubes thanks to Gateway City artist Russell Mark Olson. Mutator was developedContinue reading Lost Marvel UK Projects: Mutator, created by Paul Neary and Tom DeFalco
An exhibition of art by Dan Dare creator Frank Hampson at The Atkinson, in Southport, Lancashire – where both the character and Eagle comic were “born” in the 1950s – is on now until March, and it’s well worth a visit. The exhibition covers all aspects of Frank Hampson’s career including some of his early sketches, artwork for Ladybird Books and ofContinue reading In Pictures: The Frank Hampson – The Man Who Drew Dan Dare Exhibition