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Beano writer Tommy Donbavand was diagnosed with inoperable throat cancer just a few short weeks ago. In this interview, he talks about his novels and comics, writing a blog about dealing with his cancer and how...

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Monty Nero is a writer (and artist and designer) whose comic book work has included scripting stories for Marvel and 2000 AD, and working on his own now-continuing creator-owned series, Death Sentence. With a brand-new...

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David McDonald is one of the men behind Hibernia Comics, an independent publisher that reprints classic British comics and produces the non-fiction Comic Archive series. Hibernia do a cracking job and so, in an attempt...

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In 2014 I chatted to Simon Ward, who edited the tenth volume of Charley’s War for Titan Publishing. Some quotes from the conversation were used in an article that was published in the last issue...

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Co-writer Dan Hartwell and co-writer/artist Neill Cameron are the team behind The Pirates of Pangaea in The Phoenix, a weekly anthology comic for children (that quite a few adults seem to like too). Now that...

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I’m a big Sherlock Holmes fan and have been since I was a child. I was pretty excited, therefore, when I heard that some my favourite creators were getting together to produce a new comic...

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Spleenal – or mild-mannered Nigel Auchterlounie as he is by day – is a cartoonist who has worked on everything from all-ages comics like Dennis the Menace to biting, one-page satirical strips that, when posted...

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Last year I chatted to Calum Laird, Editor of Commando, for an article about Charley’s War – the seminal comic strip by Pat Mills and Joe Colquhoun that ran in Battle Picture Weekly from 1979...

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Since 2004, Arthur Wyatt has written fast-paced comic strips for 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, from the classic 2000 AD shorts, the Future Shocks, to many tales in the world of Judge Dredd,...

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Last year I chatted to Darryl Cunningham about his graphic novel, Supercrash: How to Hijack the Global Economy. That book, released by Myriad in October 2014, tells the story of the recent global financial crisis...

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