Some smashing yet silly art by Lew Stringer attracting bids on eBay
Brickman, Combat Colin and Doctor Who “Daft Dimension” art rarities up for grabs!
Ace British cartoonist Lew Stringer has some more of his art for sale on that there eBay!
Lakes Festival Focus 2017: Blimey! It’s an Interview with Comic Artist and Writer Lew Stringer!
The countdown has begun to this year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October (13th – 15th). The downthetubes “Kendal Calling” interviews continue with a chat with comic creator and British comics archivist Lew Stringer, who has worked for all… Read More ›
Celebrating the British Small Press: 60 Great Small Comic Press (Part Three)
When Marvel UK shrunk its original strip output in the mid-1990s, not being a 2000AD reader, comic creator and reader Andy Luke had nowhere to go. He came to find that the small press, often photocopied works, were a core… Read More ›
In Review: Lew Stringer’s Brickman Returns
By Lew Stringer Out: Now! The Story: Lew Stringer’s seriously-stupid superhero Brickman is back after an equally stupidly-long absence from comics – and his creator has finally realised a long-held ambition to bring the character’s many fans a new comic… Read More ›
Lew Stringer’s Brickman is Back!
Lew Stringer‘s seriously-stupid superhero Brickman is back after an equally stupidly-long absence from comics – and his creator has finally realised a long-held ambition to bring the character’s many fans a new comic packed with his wacky adventures. Brickman Returns!,… Read More ›
Something for the Weekend: British Comic Shop Releases (2nd September 2015)
It’s a busy weekend for comic fans across the UK, with many in Birmingham for the ace International Comic Expo, offering a whole host of comic creators to meet and greet – and until next week, it’s the only place where… Read More ›
Lakes Festival Focus 2014: Artist Lew Stringer
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival starts tomorrow and I’m delighted that, despite a punishing work schedule, Beano and Doctor Who cartoonist and writer Lew Stringer found time to answer my questions about his work and creating comics. Lew (who I’ve… Read More ›
Combat Colin: The New Brickman
Brickman is dead and there’s a new Brickman patrolling Guffon City – ex-Marvel UK hero of the 1980s, Combat Colin! The bobble-hatted bucaneer ditches the bobble hat for a black cowl and cape in US publisher Active Images Elephantmen #20… Read More ›
Shades of Yesteryear! Looking Back at British Comic Fanzines
Over on social community Facebook, former 1980s fanzine editor Russell Willis, who now lives in Japan, has posted a huge number of covers to some fondly-remembered British fanzines of the period, including this example of SCAN, edited by me,… Read More ›