Do you remember this Holiday Special, which reprinted strips from the 1970s Gerry Anderson-focused title Countdown?
Quark, Strangeness – and Santa Claus! The all-new Vworp Vworp! celebrates TV Comics Doctor Who – and much more!
The long-awaited fourth issue of acclaimed Doctor Who comics and artwork fanzine Vworp Vworp! will be released in September, available in not one but three terrific variant covers… Every issue of Vworp Vworp! so far has been an absolute treat for Doctor Who comic… Read More ›
Sad news, as the “Garth” strip draws to a close in the Mirror newspaper
Retro Review: Fantasy Advertiser International #53 (August 1974) come crammed with Kung Fu craziness
Step back into the 1970s, at a time when the world was martial arts mad, including comics…
This long-running title featured a strip by Syd Jordan – but you may never have heard of this Zambian comic…
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 ›
This series of articles by Jeremy Briggs covers the dummy comics that were created through the years as potential ‘modern’ versions of the original Eagle comic from the 1950s and 1960s, none of which ever made it to newsagents’ shelves…. Read More ›
Compalcomics has launched its March auction catalogue of British and US comics, and a huge amount of great comic art, including Black Panther art for Marvel UK, Thunderbirds and Garth art by Frank Bellamy and some other rarities from the Bob… Read More ›
We’re sorry to report the passing of Garth artist and former Daily Mirror strip editor John Allard, an unsung hero in the character’s success, not just in Britain, but in terms of his popularity wherever his adventures were re-published across… Read More ›
Available now direct from its original editor is a smashing collection of “Van Helsing’s Terror Tales“, strips first published in House of Hammer back in the 1970s. Unashamedly capitalising on the huge interest in the horror genre of the time, not only… Read More ›