David X Brunt checks out the first monthly Monster Fun, on sale now in all good newsagents and comic shops
The Leopard from Lime Street
Rebellion Releases: New 2000AD, early 2023 schedule including third “Leopard From Lime Street” collection shapes up
Plenty of thrills in the works in coming weeks and months!
Great news for British humour comic fans – an all-new title is heading our way in 2022!
The next book from the Treasury of British Comics sees the return of Buster comic’s The Leopard from Lime Street, with Volume Two of the strips collecting his adventures published between June 1977 and 1978. The “UK’s answer to Spider-Man” returns… Read More ›
2018 is not yet out but the levels of Thrill-power for 2019 are already building with a blistering line-up of graphic novels from 2000AD and The Treasury of British Comics. We’ve already trailed some of the 2019 books here on… Read More ›
There’s been news of more Treasury of British Comics titles from 2000AD publisher Rebellion for 2019 over the past few days, so here’s a run down of what we know they’re releasing so far. Note that in some cases, covers… Read More ›
Lost in the mists of time, home-grown British superheroes once entertained and enthralled millions of kids. Now, the likes of Adam Eterno, Blake Edmonds, Thunderbolt the Avenger, and The Leopard from Lime Street are coming back to make summer 2018… Read More ›
For the first time in four decades, legendary sci-fi action comic 2000AD is to publish an issue with an all-female creative line-up, including work by award-winner Tillie Walden, Tula Lotay, and Alex De Campi – and that’s not the only… Read More ›
It’s been a busy week! Here are some items you may have missed on our site and beyond. Have a great weekend! • Sales of the Oor Wullie Bucket Calendar have raised £3000 for Archie Foundation’s Tayside Children’s Hospital Appeal, Dundee’s… Read More ›
Written by Tom Tully Art by Mike Western, Eric Bradbury Publisher: Rebellion Graphic Novels (British Treasury of Comics) Out: Now The Book: Billy Farmer lives with his Aunt Joan and Uncle Charlie in the sleepy town of Selbridge. Visiting the… Read More ›