Gerry Anderson’s Captain Scarlet screenprints anyone? Or Asterix, too?
Screenprinter John Patrick Reynolds celebrates the comic life of “The Tough of the Tracks”…
Screen printer John Patrick Reynolds has some great images on offer from a variety of DC Thomson comic titles, including The Beano, The Dandy and Commando – but we thought we’d highlight his Alf Tupper prints, simply because they’ve left… Read More ›
While attending the inaugural Capital Sci-Fi Con at Meadowbank earlier this year, I got to see James “Safest Hands in Soccer” McCulloch, the author of City of Lost Souls being ambushed by John “Ball of Fire” Ferguson of DiamondSteel Comics… Read More ›
(Updated, added Kickstarter link): Writer, letterer and professional athlete Matthew Crehan is the man behind the Kickstarter-funded The Art of Running graphic novel, a biography of Steve Prefontain, drawn by Indonesian artist Sigit Nugroho which will will be launched on 30th May 2015 to tie… Read More ›
Athletics Weekly – the world’s only devoted weekly track and field magazine better known as AW – has revived DC Thomson’s famous fish and chips-eating runner Alf Tupper, “The Tough of the Track“, who featured in comics such as The… Read More ›
Sporting comic strip legend Alf Tupper is back in today’s Mirror newspaper in a new adventure written by Ferg Handley and drawn by comics veteran Barrie Mitchell, to celebrate this year’s Bupa Great North Run. Working-class, chips-addicted hero Alf appeared… Read More ›