Combining classic and current BEANO comic art with some amazing modern work (shriek!), this Somerset House exhibition no fan of the weekly humour comic will want to miss!
The Beano at 80 – a Potted History by Phil Shrimpton
As the Beano closes in on its 80th birthday, comics auctioneer Phil Shrimpton of Phil Comics looks back at some the weekly humour comic’s achievements and its continued success today… The Beano comic needs very little introduction, certainly not in… Read More ›
Horace Panter’s Beano Pop Art exhibition heads to York
After its debut at the Beano Studios in London last month, Beano-inspired pop art created by The Specials’ bassist Horace Panter is heading to York, and will be on display at the According To McGee gallery in Tower Street from 19th May… Read More ›
Beano goes pop with Art & Hue!
As part of the ongoing celebrations throughout 2018 to mark 80 years of Beano, Art & Hue has created a new collection of stylish pop art prints inspired by the iconic British comic. Art & Hue has delved into vintage… Read More ›
Heckling Hitler: World War Two in Cartoons and Comics at the Cartoon Museum
It is difficult for those of us living in the 21st century to realise the impact of cartoon art 70 years ago. To a news-hungry public, anxious about world affairs facing possible invasion, the radio was a lifeline, but… Read More ›
The Beano celebrates Red Nose Day with special cover
The Beano will be celebrating Red Nose Day this week with a red and gold pop art inspired cover, which features Dennis the Menace’s many faces (and noses) to encourage readers to support Red Nose Day’s ‘make your face… Read More ›
First ever British comic and original ‘Tornado’ logo in new Compalcomics auction
The latest Compalcomics comic auction has just begun, offering its usual cracking offerings of British comics and artwork from days gone by – a wonderful selection of high grade and rare comics, artwork and merchandise. … Read More ›
Comic artist Dudley D. Watkins honoured with plaque
A much admired comic artist for The Beano, The Dandy, and more, is honoured