Tag: British Comics

Brief History of British Comics: Part 6 – Adaptable

These comics kept fandoms alive before the internet was as ubiquitous as it is now.

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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 5b – Roy Story

Rosalind Mosis gives us the history of the comic character, Roy of the Rovers

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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 5a – Mistyfying

A whole generation of girls missed out on horror, science fiction, and drama comics aimed at them.

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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 4 – What is it good for?

I’ve decided to go with my original plan and discuss British War comics- specifically Battle Picture Weekly- instead. Why?

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Tribute to Carlos Ezquerra

Judge Dredd Carlos Ezquerra

October 1, 2018, at 70 years old, Carlos Ezquerra, artist and co-creator of Judge Dredd (along with John Wagner), passed away

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REVIEW : The Vigilant – Maelstrom

I went into this expecting Watchmen or Miracle Man and got a proper, no nonsense, fun and thrilling superhero team

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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 3 – Marvelman / Miracle Man

It’s safe to say Great Britain is not a country known for its superheroes or superhero archetypes.

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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 1- The Farce, The Dreadful and The Sloper

Welcome to a compacted history of British comics from the 19th century to today- mostly looking at the themes that

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