Anyone of a certain age, who probably grew up in the 1960s and 70s any way, will remember Letraset’s “Action Transfers” (and similar products), offering the opportunity to create your own Doctor Who, Joe 90, Star Wars and Tarzan adventures with “rub-down” figures applied to “blank canvas” backgrounds. But until this morning, I had no idea they were still being made.Continue reading WebFind: Rub-Down Transfers Revived!
The TV drama Vikings will be back at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with a cast panel, new Season 5B trailer, and an exclusive comic book, Vikings: Causor, written by Andi Ewington (Red Dog, Freeway Fighter) with art by Daniel Indro (Vikings, Doctor Who) coloured by Slamet Mujiono (Red Sonja, Sherlock Holmes) and lettered by Jim CampbellContinue reading HISTORY’s San Diego Comic-Con 2018 Panels and Fan Events, includes free Vikings comic by Andi Ewington, Indro
Created by Soren Mosdal Published by Centrala Books Oversized full colour hardback – 135 pages – 234 x 314 mm £16.20 (Currently on sale as of 16/10/2016) ISBN: 978-0-9933951-4-7 The Story: This is a comic story inspired by the historical events surrounding the colonisation of Greenland, a tale of the harshness of the north and the figures whoContinue reading In Review – Erik The Red: King of Winter by Soren Mosdal
There’s a cracking new story, “Brink”, in this week’s 2000AD Prog 1978 from Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard, which sits very nicely in an all-round thrill-drenched issue of the weekly SF comic, with the mystery of Judge Dredd’s current fat ever deepening. Is he really dead? Still reeling from that one! Writer Michael Carroll take upContinue reading Something For The Weekend: This Week’s New Comics (w/c 25th April 2016)
Cavan Scott counts himself lucky to work in the worlds that first sparked his imagination as a kid. He writes the Doctor Who: The Ninth Doctor comic for Titan, is one of the writers of the Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space series of novels for children (as well as the young at heart) andContinue reading Answers in Blood: An Interview with “Vikings” comic writer Cavan Scott