Luke Williams puts this haunting SF graphic novel in the spotlight
Don’t miss this stunning, mind-bending science fiction story
Crowdfunding Spotlight: War of the Worlds-inspired “Thunder Child: The Spectre of a Dying Planet” storms the seas
You should definitely check out this steampunk title, inspired by the classic SF novel by HG Wells
SHIFT Issue Three heads to the stands, Dan McDaid’s “DEGA” and “Crucible” to join strip line-up later this year
Slightly delayed by the pesky pandemic lockdown, SHIFT is back in newsagents soon!
Episode 58 of Doctor Who: Panel to Panel is available for download, so grab your copy of The Crimson Hand graphic novel and flip through it as host Jeremy Bement chats with comic creator Dan McDaid about his run on the… Read More ›
Something For The Weekend: News Comics On Sale (w/c 27th June 2016): Mark Millar’s Jupiter’s Legacy Returns!
In terms of “event” comics out this week by British creators, the return of Jupiter’s Legacy by Mark Millar, published by Image, will be welcome news for many and comes in a variety of variant covers – including a smashing one… Read More ›
As we’ve already mentioned, Doctor Who Magazine has just published its 500th issue, and is celebrating with a special 20-page comic strip adventure, “The Stockbridge Showdown” – and writer Scott Gray kindly took time out of his schedule to give… Read More ›
I’m still playing catch up and racing to meet some pre-Christmas deadlines, so no detailed list of new comics again this week. Sorry! Luckily for you, Mark Braithwaite at Lancaster’s First Age Comics has still posted his list of new titles, so his list… Read More ›
Dan McDaid takes on the art duties on IDW’s new Judge Dredd series next month, in a new ongoing series written by Ulises Fariñas and Erick Freitas. After a bit of a break from their take on Dredd, the US publisher is really pushing out… Read More ›
If you’re a comics fan and in the vicinity of Dundee from 21st October until 25th October 2015, then an attempt needs to be made to attend the Dundee Literary Festival. Most of the events are aimed at the bibliophiles… Read More ›