The exciting new kids comics publisher Bog Eyed Books will be at London’s GOSH Comics store on Thursday 5th October to officially launch themselves, with appearances by the whole talented team – Gary Northfield, Nicky Evans, Jim Medway, Alexander Matthews and Wilbur Dawbarn. The launch will be followed up by further appearances across the UKContinue reading London’s GOSH Comics to host Bog-Eyed Books Launch, Orbital Comics to host Big Comic Draw
An intrepid team of comic creators have just launched the amazing-looking Moose Kid Comics – a free, brand new digital comic that aims to be a showcase for talent and stories they feel will help make both British and international children’s comics great again. Moose Kid Comics – available from www.moosekidcomics.com from today, 20th June 2014Continue reading Moose Kid Comics launches today, features Young Tank Girl and much more!
With folk buying for Christmas even earlier than ever to spread the cost, here’s a quick reminder that Britain’s best-selling comic, The Beano celebrates its 75th birthday this year and the annual is still sale now in all good bookshops, supermarkets and online – along with The Dandy 2014 annual and more from DC Thomson.Continue reading Beano, Dandy Annuals mix the old and the new for 2014
Following Ralph Steadman’s lead, the cream of Britain’s cartoonists and illustrators will be in Herne Bay on Saturday 3rd August to celebrate the Marcel Duchamp Centenary Festival. Marcel Duchamp was a French-American painter, sculptor and writer whose work is associated with Dadaism and conceptual art. He’s commonly regarded, along with Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse,Continue reading Cartoonists assemble in Herne Bay to celebrate the life of Dadaist Marcel DuChamp
The latest issue of New British Comics, edited by Karol Wisniewski, co-creator of the upcoming Harbor Moon graphic novel published by Arcana, will soon go on sale, featuring the work of creators such as Dan White, Paul O’Connell and Lawrence Elwick, who provides the stunning cover featuring “Charlie Parker – Handyman”. Also in the lineContinue reading Private Eye cartoonist Wilbur Dawbarn joins New British Comics line up