British Comics – Books

Comics Grow Up!

The National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh will be putting on an exhibition on the historical development of comics and graphic novels from their earliest beginnings to their modern contemporary diversity entitled Comics Grow Up! Running during April and May… Read More ›

IDW Goes Junior

Perhaps taking a leaf from UK Publishers such as Titan and Panini, US comics house IDW, best known as a publisher of horror, action, and SF comic books including Star Trek and Doctor Who, is launching a kid’s division titled… Read More ›

Lost Girls reach the UK

Warning: Potential readers are warned of the “adult nature” of this book before following any links below. Lost Girls, Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s controversial take on the adult lives of Alice (from Alice in Wonderland), Wendy (from Peter Pan)… Read More ›

Fontsy That…

The lettering style of Lancashire’s finest comic book artist and graphic novelist Bryan Talbot is finally at your beck and call thanks to the good graces of those awfully nice chaps at Comicraft, the US fonts company run by former… Read More ›

In Review: Cosmogenesis

Just released by Clown Press and available via amazon.co.uk, Waterstones and other good bookshops is Adam Grose and Tony Suleri’s epic Cosmogenesis, a fully revised and updated version of the sprawling, magnificent space epic these two British creators have been… Read More ›

Rumble in the Jungle!

(Report originally posted by Richard Sheaf) Two of Carlton’s Commando collections currently available have now been produced in alternative covers by Ian Kennedy. Fetaured here are the two Anzacs at War and the True Brit covers… There’s also a new… Read More ›