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Hopper reduces to the max

December 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Spanish cartoonist and illustrator Felipe H. Navarro has started a new webcomic in English. Hopper is the story of a painter called Edward Hopper (not that one) who likes travelling by trains and tells of his travels. Navarro calls...

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Oh yes, another sign that Christmas is right around the corner… the annual 2000AD Christmas Special, 100 pages of thrill power available right now at your local comic shop. Under that rather tasty cover from Staz...

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Reviews: The Curios of the Paper Moon

December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Curios of the Paper Moon, Kat Hall, One Little Apple Kat Hall’s charming fantasy The Curios of Paper Moon is available as a regularly updated webcomic, but I must confess I hadn’t come across it...

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Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) #141

December 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Yes, it’s Friday again and that means time for our weekly Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) column, where Richard and Joe round up some of the news and links spotted over the last few days and...

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Stripburger hits 25, and thus still sucks

December 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Slovenian comics magazine Stripburger, one of the longest running venues for underground and alternative comics, has been running for twenty five years and, by their own accord, has miserably failed to die young. What’s more,...

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Even though it’s not yet completed, Thomas Pletzinger and Tim Dinter’s comic, Blåvand, has been awarded the Berthold Leibinger Comic Book Prize 2017, with a value of 15,000 Euros – the most important comic award in the...

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Edinburgh Comic Art Festival

December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

This weekend saw the second ECAF (Edinburgh Comic Art Festival), following its debut last winter in Summerhall (reviewed here), this year it had relocated to the Out of the Blue Drill Hall, just off Leith...

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On Monday, November 27th, the death was announced of Dutch cartoonist and designer Bob van den Born. He was ninety years old, and will probably be best remembered for his creation, Professor Pi, a silent...

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Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) #140

December 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

And once more it’s that time of week where Richard and Joe offer up a few bits and pieces of news and links spotted during the course of the last few days: Rachael Ball has...

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Batman: Creature of the Night Book One, Kurt Busiek, John Paul Leon, DC Comics “What child wouldn’t want to be Batman, after all?” This is a bit of an unusual beast, a touch postmodern, a...

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