Tag: British Comics

A Brief History of British Comics: Part 7 – A Dredd-ful End

As the seventh and final part of “A Brief History of British Comics,” here’s the tale of 2000AD, aka The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic and the comic book institution of this Sceptred Isle…. and its most well-known antihero.

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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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