Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy nowWhat a treat we have for you here! Cliff Cumber, artist on the special free download Future Schlock: BRANDED! talks to Tony Esmond of the Awesome Comics Podcast. Find out how he got involved with...
Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy nowTo whet your appetite ahead of our new comic SPACEWARP launching this summer, we've got interviews with some of the creative team. Here's Ian Ashcroft, artist co-creator of HELLBREAKER, talking to Tony...
Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy now Read more... Buy now To whet your appetite ahead of our new comic SPACEWARP launching this summer, we've got interviews with some of the creative team. Big thanks to Phil Vaughan, our friend and Senior Lecturer in Comics...
My recent positive experience at Meaux War Museum reminds me of how the British Library pointedly excluded Charley’s War from their major exhibition of influential British radical comics back in 2014.
Torquemada becomes Torquemadder! The Daily Mail’s piece on John McDonnell at my alma mater St Joseph’s inspired me to revisit the origins of one of 2000AD’s greatest villains
I had been savouring it at my work and was laughing so much I think my colleagues thought I was getting stuck into the nitrous oxide.
A Scottish fan reminded me of one of his favourite scenes in Sláine. It’s also one of mine, which is why I endlessly repeat it in my stories. The original version was beautifully drawn by Glenn Fabry for Sláine The King and shows Sláine looking longingly after his son Kai, who he’s lost forever.
Love this image of Sláine by artist Charlie Gillespie. It has so much energy and enthusiasm.
I’ve never forgotten that ex-soldier telling me why he signed up. It’s why I’m so passionate about anti-war stories like Charley’s War & Ragtime Soldier.
Download your FREE copy of Great War Dundee comic, containing Pat Mills’ Ragtime Soldier, with art by Gary Welsh and Phillip Vaughan!
Edited transcript of a talk I gave at Dundee V&A to introduce the comic GREAT WAR DUNDEE. The central question to RAGTIME SOLDIER is WHY? It’s a question rarely asked in war comics, films or books.
SCOT FREE: A GUIDE TO THE STORY OF RAGTIME SOLDIER