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    24 2014 October

    From our continental correspondent – Haarlem Stained Glass Project Almost Completed

    The Project to create five new stained glass windows for the Bakenesserkerk in Haarlem (The Netherlands) is almost complete. Thanks to a sponsor campaign, the Haarlem Community Project Management Bureau was able to commission new...

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    24 2014 October

    Reviews: Tales From the Deep

    Ladies, gentlemen, intelligent androids, beings of pure energy and other assorted lifeforms, I’m delighted to announce that Richmond Clements, long a presence in UK comics for his writing, his editing (notably for FutureQuake Press) and...

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    24 2014 October

    Review: Red Baron

    Red Baron Volume 2: Rain Of Blood By Carlos Puerta and Pierre Veys Cinebook Well, I was rather taken with this on reading the first volume. The intriguing idea of taking the historical nature of...

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    24 2014 October

    Lakes – Exhibitions

    Over the weekend at the Lakes International Comic Art Show I had the pleasure of seeing more than a few exhibitions of truly inspiring comic art. Six in all, of which there are photographs of...

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    24 2014 October

    More 24HCM comics… Tom Hand from Warwick Johnson-Cadwell

    Dan Berry and Sarah McIntyre have already posted their 24-hour comic marathon comics. They’re both excellent. We looked at them here. Now it’s the turn of Warwick Johnson-Cadwell to step up and put his comic online, before...

The Project to create five new stained glass windows for the Bakenesserkerk in Haarlem (The Netherlands) is almost complete. Thanks to a sponsor campaign, the Haarlem Community Project Management Bureau was able to commission new windows for the church, designed by comics artists (Roel Smit, Hans Klaver, Gerrie Hondius, Theo Van den Boogaard, Eric J....

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tales from the deep 1 drawn chorus header Lefki Savvidou

Reviews: Tales From the Deep

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ladies, gentlemen, intelligent androids, beings of pure energy and other assorted lifeforms, I’m delighted to announce that Richmond Clements, long a presence in UK comics for his writing, his editing (notably for FutureQuake Press) and for co-founding the Hi-Ex comic con, has kindly offered to pen some reviews to share here on the FP blog,...

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Red Baron Vol2 4

Review: Red Baron

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Red Baron Volume 2: Rain Of Blood By Carlos Puerta and Pierre Veys Cinebook Well, I was rather taken with this on reading the first volume. The intriguing idea of taking the historical nature of famous flyer Manfred Von Richthofen and throwing in a dash of the fantastical, with Richthofen capable of a supernatural ability...

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Lakes – Exhibitions

October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Over the weekend at the Lakes International Comic Art Show I had the pleasure of seeing more than a few exhibitions of truly inspiring comic art. Six in all, of which there are photographs of two below, the third is the Oliver East ‘Homesick Truant‘ exhibit which deserves and is getting a post all its...

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Dan Berry and Sarah McIntyre have already posted their 24-hour comic marathon comics. They’re both excellent. We looked at them here. Now it’s the turn of Warwick Johnson-Cadwell to step up and put his comic online, before reprinting for Thought Bubble. Tom Hand: A Tale Of Stories by WJC: I loved this one, really loved it. But...

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Review: It’s totally (Extra) Ordinary….

October 23, 2014 | 1 Comments

Ordinary By Rob Williams and D’Israeli Titan Comics “I had this dream… I was dating Scarlett Johansson. I know! Thing is, it was one of those dreams where I was aware that it’s a dream, if you know what I mean. I knew I had a limited period here before I woke up, so I’m...

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Preview: Endangered from Art Heroes…

October 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’ve already covered this a couple of times, the new book from the Art Heroes team of writer Daniel Clifford and artist Lee Robinson (with colour assists from Shaun Balbirnie and edits from Mark E. Johnson), but Clifford was kind enough to send over a few preview pages, so it would be rude not to share...

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It was in the year 1864 that German author Wilhelm Busch completed his book, Max Und Moritz, ein Bubengeschichte in Sieben Steichen (Max And Moritz, a Story Of Seven Boyish Pranks. Even though the book was basically a fairly traditional children’s book, with text in rhyme accompanying the illustrations, it is widely considered as one of...

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Jim Medway had an idea… I first caught wind of it from Jonathan Edwards’ Twitter… Oh yes. This is the best thing. In fact, it’s become something of a thing… with Medway foolishly putting this up on Facebook… Cherylbacca fans – If I can get 50 likes on this, then I’ll make it my mission...

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One of the most noticeable things about the recent Lakes International Comic Art Festival was the Windows On Comic Art Trail, essentially a massive exercise to get retailers, public, local schoolchildren all involved with the Festival. It’s an excellent idea, collaboration and advertisement, the children in schools all acting as local ambassadors, going home and...

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