A quick look back at a cracking British comics zine of the 1970s and 80s
Latest additions to the Classic UK Comic Zines archive
A bast from the past – a new addition to the Classic UK Comics Zines archive
Some great plans for the next issues revealed
Another terrific “love letter to British comics fandom”, available now
Retro Review: Fantasy Advertiser International #53 (August 1974) come crammed with Kung Fu craziness
Step back into the 1970s, at a time when the world was martial arts mad, including comics…
FANSCENE Issue 5, published by artist David Hathaway-Price, is now available, featuring articles and artwork celebrating 80 plus years of Batman – in print, TV, film and toy form.
FANSCENE #3 and 4, published by David Hathaway-Price, also curator of the brilliant Classic UK Comics Zines web site, are now available as Special Edition Print versions.
Here’s another cracking glimpse at early British comics fandom courtesy of the brilliant Classic UK Comics Zines web site hosted by artist and independent publisher David Hathaway-Price – the 1969 ComiCon Booklet featuring a cover by the late, great, Jim Baikie
David Hathaway-Price, publisher and editor of the not-for-profit FANSCENE, is gearing up to publish a Batman-focused issue of his terrific zine