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Alex’s audio round up

June 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Time for the Man With A Microphone, Alex Fitch, to fill us in on his latest show – as every, for more details and to check out an archive of previous shows in podcast form,...

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David McDonald is one of the men behind Hibernia Comics, an independent publisher that reprints classic British comics and produces the non-fiction Comic Archive series. Hibernia do a cracking job and so, in an attempt...

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Comics: Soaring Penguin has a Kickstarter

April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Soaring Penguin Press, one of the very fine Indy comics publishers which have sprung up in recent years in the UK scene, has created a Kickstarter fundraiser to try and help manage the substantial costs...

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I am utterly delighted to see the wonderful Ursula Le Guin and her works being celebrated at the moment Рas BBC Radio 4 gives us a fascinating  interview with Ursula by Naomi Alderman (with...

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After weeks of our traditional guest Best of the Year series all through December and early January looking back at the previous year, it’s now time to look forwards, and again we’re having a peek...

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Publisher Go Round… IDW buys Top Shelf.

January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

This news broke on Tuesday, 4th largest comic publisher IDW have purchased Top Shelf Productions. IDW hit the ground running back in 2000 with their d√©but title, 30 Days Of Night. Since that time they’ve...

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Sean Michael Wilson is no stranger to the blog; a Scottish comics writer living and working in Japan where he doubtless scandalises the locals with his barbarian ways, has been musing on an alternative model...

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Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium, is still quite a virgin country when it comes to digital comics. Rather than hopping on the technology that is presented by providers like Comixology or Izneo, WPG and...

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Only two years after Oog En Blik, the prime publisher of literary comics and graphic novels in the Netherlands, became part of literary publishing giant De Bezige Bij, the honeymoon seems to be over. Hansje...

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Thought Bubble has become one of the most keenly anticipated events on the British comics calendar, pulling in both a wide and diverse audience and exhibitors each November. Many of our friends in the UK...

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