The current Coronavirus Pandemic is, I’m sure you’ll agree, a generally wretched and for so many, a very tragic thing. I doubt many of us have, or will, escape the worst of this plague, either directly or indirectly, and I… Read More ›
The record for “longest gestation period for a piece of Doctor Who project” may seem to rest with the attempts at producing a movie, but others may catch up with it. A plan I had to launch a Doctor Who… Read More ›
Children of Merseyside have had their work published in the brand new Liverpool Heartbeat Comic Magazine
Arnside’s coffee hub Moochin’ About is hosting an evening with comics editor, writer and raconteur Tim Quinn, making an appearance at the Cumbrian cafe in March
It wasn’t the greatest Spider-Man costume Marvel UK had for promotional purposes, but by gum, the company made the most of it, even in encounters with pop royalty like Queen’s Brian May
Doctor Who is 56 today, and Celestial Toyroom, the magazine of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society – and longest running Doctor Who magazine – has reached 500 issues.
Comedian Eddie Izzard took time out from his current global tour to support Liverpool Heartbeat’s comic/magazine
The Shrewsbury Beatles Weekend, taking place later this month, is to include a special event charting the many appearances of The Beatles in comics, with comics writer, editor and publisher Tim Quinn. Since arriving at the Toppermost of the Poppermost,… Read More ›
Sneak Peek: Doctor Who “Clockwise War” includes re-mastered “The Cybermen” strip by Alan Barnes and Adrian Salmon
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”… Read More ›
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.
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.
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period in the 1990s when Marvel UK was developing numerous projects for the US Direct Sales market, one of the last unpublished proposed series was Mutator, which we’ve brought to a little bit… Read More ›