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Reviews: Carrie & Rufus – Apocalypse, wow

March 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Carrie & Rufus, Ben Hennessy Highly recommended is the name if the game around here, and last year when I saw sample pages of Carrie and Rufus by Ben Hennessy at Thought Bubble, I was...

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One of the compelling hallmarks of the forty years of Judge Dredd tales is that, unlike many long-running comics series which periodically hit the reset button, Dredd’s history is mostly continual and past events can...

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Beyond 2000 AD exhibition at Orbital

February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Beyond 2000 AD: The Wider Cultural Impact Of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic at Orbital Comics Orbital Comics in London is hosting a different and eclectic exhibition to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of 2000AD by bringing...

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2000 AD : 40 Years Of Thrill Power Festival

February 23, 2017 | 1 Comments

11th February 2017, Novatel Hammersmith This was an incredible convention. The atmosphere was fantastic and vibrant, everyone was so excited, and the only complaint was deciding what to do as there were important choices to...

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I recently encountered the vibrant John Higgins, and he made mention of a forthcoming exhibition at the Victoria Gallery Museum in Liverpool and a forthcoming book, both of which were exciting fans at the 2000AD...

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The Cartoon Museum have secured their position as the premier venue in London and indeed Britain for comic art exhibitions. No one is currently coming near in reflecting this hugely popular form of art, or...

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Thought Bubble in words and pictures

November 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Thought Bubble is the best comic festival in Britain, celebrating so much about Comics and bringing together great people. The event continues to set impressive standards, and the stunning amount of comics and creators available...

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Black and Asian Writers conference

November 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Black and Asian Writers conference 2016, 8th October 2016, Manchester I went to the 8th Black and Asian Writers conference, which has been running for thirty years now, and found that it was being hosted in...

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Steve Dillon’s artwork in 2000 AD was attractive, clean, and neat, able to portray scenes and actions dynamically, grabbing the reader and telling the story at a pace that was electric. I had stopped reading...

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Even though I finished work at 5.30AM in London on a mild autumnal Saturday morning, within a few hours I was in the Camden Court Hotel in Dublin’s city centre, amongst friends and fans at...

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