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Some details about the first virtual “I Love Comics Digital Con”
Tony Foster produced the comic Atomic in the late 1980s and early 90s to great critical acclaim. Then he simply disappeared from comics into the world of family and work. 30 years later, after successfully editing ComicScene magazine since early 2018, he’s… Read More ›
An affectionate nod the a British comics tradition is in the works…
ComicScene – The History of Comics has reached its target, but there’s still time to back it
Take a trip back to 1982, when comic shops still flourished and comic zines were the social media of the day…
A quick reminder that ComicScene Magazine 13 launches 14th April – and is only available by mail order or as a digital edition, and not through newsagents
How would you like to be in the new ComicScene Comic Creators Directory in 2020? It’s free for creators to do so from UK, Ireland, Europe, the United States, Australia and Canada
Independent comic creators can come up with the best stories in the world, but if they can’t get their finished publication – created through crowdfunding, self financed or published by an independent – in front of potential customers, then they’re… Read More ›
The first monthly issue of ComicScene Magazine, featuring a classic Roy of the Rovers cover, is on sale now. The title is available from comic shops, all good newsagents by order, WHSmith, McColls and Easons (in Ireland) and 400 selected Sainsbury’s supermarkets – and I’m honoured to be part of it.