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Alex’s audio round up

May 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

It’s time once more for Alex Fitch to bring us up to speed on what’s in his latest Panel Borders show. As ever, for more details and links to a bunch of previous shows in...

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Over the years since we started the blog one of the things which has changed, and changed very much for the better, is Indy comics publishing in the UK. When we first started blogging we...

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The Modern Prometheus

January 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

January 1st marked the 200th anniversary of one of the first and most influential works of science fiction and horror, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, first published, anonymously, in January of 1818 by...

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Slugfest: Inside the Epic 50-year Battle Between marvel & DC, Reed Tucker, Sphere Growing up as a comics reader there was often a dividing line for many – are you DC or Marvel? Personally, even...

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One of our favourite UK publishers, SelfMadeHero (celebrating ten years in the biz this year) has a couple of exciting announcements for new works coming this autumn. Tillie Walden has been impressing us and pretty...

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While December and early January tend to be where we run our Best of the Year series from guests and the blog crew, looking back (see here for our 2016 choices), later January is where...

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It is without a doubt one of the most controversial albums in the history of comics, and not in the least due to its creator’s ambivalence towards it. When Hergé created his first Tintin story,...

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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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After what must be the most raucous edition in its history, the prestigious (or at least, it was prestigious… See our earlier posts) Angoulême Festival is currently facing one of the greatest threats in its...

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Brit Comics Rock 2016

February 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

December and early January are the domain of our annual Best of the Year posts (see here for the recent 2015 series), but now as we move more fully into the new year it’s time...

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