More British comic gems going under the virtual hammer this weekend!
Rare Stingray Special, early Countdown comics, Rab Hamilton art and more offered in latest massive Phil-Comics eBay auction
Some great rarities on offer for Gerry Anderson comic fans
Comic artist Tony O’Donnell was lucky enough to explore The Life and Times of Orcadian Artist Jim Baikie exhibition
Dr William Proctor, Senior Lecturer in Transmedia, Culture and Communication at Bournemouth University has announced his next academic project will be a book-length study of 2000AD sister comic, CRISIS
This Saturday (8th February 2020) sees the opening of the exhibition “The Life and Times of Orkney Artist Jim Baikie” at the Orkney Museum at Tankerness House, running until the end of the month.
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
Anderson Entertainment has announced a partnership with Tiny Giants to redevelop Terrahawks for a 21st century audience, more than 30 years after its original run ended. Originally co-created by Gerry Anderson, best known for also co-creating Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and… Read More ›
Author, comics and magazine publisher Dez Skinn has released a new softback edition of his “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales“, featuring strips first published in House of Hammer back in the 1970s. Dez released a limietd edition hardback edition back in… Read More ›
A copy of the rare giant-sized US comic Wham-O Giant Comics #1, produced by a toy company in the 1960s will go under the hammer at Phil-Comics on eBay next month – and with a line-up that includes artist Wally… Read More ›
eBay “SMASH Comic” item reveals rare insight into writers and artists working on British comics in the 1960s
Nestling among hundreds of comic lots currently on offer from online eBay auctioneer Phil Comics is a copy of SMASH Issue 8, cover dated 26th March 1966, that some collectors might turn their noses up, because each strip inside has… Read More ›