He’s back! Bryan Talbot’s multiverse-spanning antihero returns in 2022…
Not read Grandville? Here’s your chance. Have read Grandville? Here’s your chance to re-read it all over again!
Monsters, an epic of a graphic novel by British comic creator Barry Windsor-Smith, is deservedly gaining acclaim, feels Allan Harvey…
Great news for badger fans!
Challenging Conventions: Lakes International Comic Art Festival set to tackle society taboos next month
This year’s Lakes International Comic Art Festival in Kendal next month will feature comic artwork and writers who are tackling some of the biggest issues and taboos facing society. Offering a wide ranging programme, events will include appearances by artists… Read More ›
Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival in October, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2019 is with award-winning comic creators and Festival patrons Bryan… Read More ›
Award-winning author and artist Bryan Talbot has announced the fantastic news that he has completed his script for a third Luther Arkwright book, and begun drawing it, with the aim of seeing it published in 2022. The Legend of Luther… Read More ›
Time For Lights Out by Raymond Briggs is a 256-page hardcover out on 14th November from Jonathan Cape. In his customary pose as the grumpiest of grumpy old men, the award-winning graphic novelist contemplates old age and death… and doesn’t… Read More ›
This Sunday (5th November), British newspaper The Observer is celebrating 10 years of the Observer / Jonathan Cape / Comica graphic short story prize with a graphic novel special section as part of its New Review section. This year’s winner… Read More ›
Bryan and Mary Talbot have announced they have gained funding from the Arts Council for another project together – RAIN, a 150 page graphic novel tackling environmental issues to be published by Jonathan Cape, probably in late 2019. “In a… Read More ›