Philip Harbottle’s SF videocast series, featuring “Dan Dare”, “Garth”, the work of Ron Turner and more, draws to a close… for now…
downthetubes highlights the work of many comic creators, but after Orkney-based comic artist and illustrator Tony O’Donnell kindly sent us his report on the recent Jim Baikie exhibition at the Kirkwall Museum, he also sent us his current biography, which… Read More ›
There was a uproar from several creators when downthetubes reported Canadian-based publisher CPEG had announced reprints of some of independent British publisher Harrier Comics 1980s titles back in 2017 – and it seems the project is now in limbo.
John Lawrence, publisher of terrific retro stripzine, Space Ace, has been in touch to say that he’s recently unearthed a small cache of the Ron Turner comics he produced in the 1980s, published by Harrier Comics. If you’re unfamiliar with… Read More ›
Harrier Comics revival continues at CEPG, 1980s strips revived for the 21st Century, tentative schedule revealed
Denver-based publisher CEPG is continuing to roll out new editions of some of the 1980s Harrier Comics titles that offered many now well-established creators one of their first entry points into publishing thanks to publisher Martin Lock. CEPG’s publisher Mike… Read More ›
Humour artist and writer Lew Stringer has been actively contributing to British (and some American) comics for over 30 years, freelancing for titles such as Viz, The Beano, Doctor Who Magazine, Oink!, Buster, TOXIC, Transformers, and many more. After the… Read More ›
The latest issue of Infinity, SEQUENTIAL’s free iPad magazine of graphic novels and sequential art is available now for free download through the SEQUENTIAL app from Panel Nine. Infinity #7 collects great content from around the web and presents it… Read More ›