A British comic gem is set to go under the virtual hammer
In Review: Sez Dez Book One, by Dez Skinn
Comics writer, editor and publisher Dez Skinn has launched his planned five-volume autobiography project in style
WebFind: Captain Britain, in LEGO – but not the superhero you may be thinking of!
When it comes to what’s more obscure, a rare LEGO design or a cosplayer seeking to outdo all others in terms of their design skills, I’m not sure who would win in a fight – but this fun design of… Read More ›
In Review, Times Two: “King’s Reach” by John Sanders
Two views on “KIng’s Reach” by John Sanders, a new book offering the inside story on British comics over several decades
Replacing Eagle: The Comics That Didn’t Make It – Part 1 Lost Eagle and Lightning
April 1950 saw the publication of the first issue of the weekly boy’s comic, Eagle. It was an immediate success with its mixture of historical, modern-day and futuristic adventure strips with some humour plus factual articles and cutaways, and, unlike… Read More ›
Looking back at Battle Action Force
Many older British comic fans will remember Marvel UK’s Action Force comic, but the team had another home – in issues of IPC’s Battle in the early 1980s. Luke Williams looks back at the stories… By the early 1980s, sales… Read More ›
Calling Adam Eterno… Where are Rebellion hiding you?
Given the increased pace of Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics collections, it’s perhaps no surprise the clamour for the return of even more heroes from yesteryear is growing… and one character that keeps getting mentioned is the time travelling immortal,… Read More ›
Why news of the Adventures of The Three Musketeers collection is – hopefully – great news for classic British comic fans
The Book Palace is to publish a limited edition of Adventures of The Three Musketeers, collecting the work of the brilliant Chilean comic artist Arturo Del Castillo, first published in Film Fun and Lion in the 1960s. Collected in a… Read More ›
In Review: It’s Ghastly, the untimely demise of “Scream!” (Not for the nervous…)
Greetings mortals! Don’t expect an objective review of It’s Ghastly, the new Comic Archive from Hibernia Comics (their third), because I’ve been waiting for this publication for over 30 years. I was absolutely the right age to be into Fleetway Editions short-lived… Read More ›
Scream! in the spotlight: a wonderfully ghastly new Comic Archive from Hibernia Comics!
We’ll be running a fuller review of this cracking new title from Hibernia Comics soon, but I couldn’t not give an early plug to their latest brilliant ‘Comic Archive’, It’s Ghastly, the untimely demise of Scream!, on sale now. The third… Read More ›