The brilliant Scarred for Life books by Stephen Brotherstone and David Lawrence are currently available at a discount price
Comics archivist Matt Cole recently reported the passing of Australian comic artist Peter Foster, a contributor to many British comics.
Spotlighting a popular Australian comics artist who has drawn many strips for British comics
Colin Noble previews Diego Arandojo’s documentary about the life and work of Argentinian comic artist Quique Alcatena…
Notoriously secretive DC Thomson still publish Beano and Commando, but their past comics included The Dandy and weekly anthology titles aimed at boys such as Hotspur and Adventure. These specialised in sports, school and war stories, but also, occasionally, there… Read More ›
An auction of the lifetime collection of artist Alan Hunter, featuring science fiction and comic ephemera owned by the late and great fanzine artist goes under the hammer on Saturday – and includes a number of lots of British comics,… Read More ›
Steve Holland at Bear Alley Books has just the next title from the independent publisher will be a reprint of the 1979 series “Arena”, published by DC Thomson. Originally serialised in The Crunch, created by Dave Taylor (not to be… Read More ›
Prompted by the hit US TV show, there’s plenty of interest in The Walking Dead, drawn by Britain’s very own Charlie Adlard and published by Image Comics. Indeed, it seems comic fans just can’t get enough zombies at the moment,… Read More ›