It’s a Top Shelf Two-in-One! Issue #1 of Alan Moore & Kevin O’Neill‘s final project, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest sold out immediately upon release, but reprints are now back in stock… along with the brand-new issue #2! Head to your favourite comic shop now to grab ’em. In case you missed it, after an epicContinue reading League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 reprints in comic shops now, along with #2
Echoing British girls comics of the 1960s and 70s, Kevin O’Neill‘s fantastic cover for the third jaw-dropping instalment of his and Alan Moore’s astonishing League of Extraordinary Gentlemen swan-song The Tempest takes us from a boarding school in Big Brother-dominated England to a civic ball with a Frankenstein monster in Toyland. The story pauses forContinue reading League of Extraordinary Gentlemen finale continues in October, new omnibus edition out next year
The Three Rooms in Valerie’s Head, a new graphic novel by David Gaffney and Dan Berry explores relationships, memory, loneliness and obsession in a darkly humorous way – and debuts very soon, published by US publisher Top Shelf. The project, originally a commission by the Lakes International Comic Art Festival that delivered a well-received liveContinue reading Sneak Peek: “The Three Rooms in Valerie’s Head”, exploring relationships and memory
When everyone has a number, everyone knows their place. Lower numbers are better, higher numbers are less important, and that’s just the way it is. But what if that number could change? You might try to buck the system and assert your individuality… or you might end up with a big fat zero. Big questionsContinue reading Sneak Peek: Artist Rian Hughes’ I Am a Number
Here’s this week’s list of comics on sale now in comic shops across the UK. As usual, our list highlights the work of British creators and publishers. Prize-winning British cartoonist Julian Hanshaw makes his US debut this week with the rich and meditative story of Tim Ginger, published by IDW/Top Shelf. Once a government testContinue reading Something for the Weekend (22nd July 2015) – A little 2000AD for the weekend, folks?