If you pick up ComicScene UK you will find out more about your favourite comics or peak your interest to try something new.
If you are an Avengers Fan Check our the new exhibition at Madame Tussaud’s Blackpool. You can find out more in our Nuts and Bolts article alongside details about the Beano exhibition in Dundee and the London Cartoon Museum where you can buy your copy of ComicScene UK.
Dan Dare is featured in ComicScene UK and you can pick up the new Dan Dare graphic novel from Titan Comics or the continuation of original reprints from Titan Books.
Titan also bring you the new Prisoner comic in stores now, written by Peter Milligan and art by Colin Lorimer. Don’t forget the Prisoner:Original Art Edition out in July.
2000AD recently had a great Mick McMahon cover and ComicScene UK exposes some original wMcMahon Dredd artwork featuring Judge Cal. McMahon is also interviewed in the 2000AD AKA Tapes from ComicScene UK and explains why Dredd has such big feet – get it here.
The Treasury Of British Comics is unleashing some new Ken Reid artwork in ‘Creepy Creations’ and Rebellion/2000AD are launching a new superhero title called ‘The Vigilant’ later in the year. Both are touched on in articles on Shiver and Shake first issue and the merger of Valiant and Lion.
Dredd co creator John Wagner writes in ComicScene UK about his new graphic novel from BHP Comics called ‘Rok of the Reds’. If Football is your thing Roy of the Rovers is also featured, with a new Roy of the Rovers title out in September.
During Free Comics Day you may have picked up the Doctor Who title which features the 7th Doctor and a preview of Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor. New titles are out soon featuring both from Titan Comics.
During Free Comic Day you may also have picked up 2000AD Regened and in ComicScene UK we look back at all 2000AD Free Comic Book Day titles.
Our cover also has a 2000AD connection featuring the new Batman v Dredd Digest, which is out now.
More Batman when we look at over 25 years of Mask Of the Phantasm and a preview of the new Batman Ninja anime animation movie.
ComicScene UK also celebrates 30 years of Deadline and Tank Girl and you can get the first of several celebratory Tank Girl titles in comic stores and bookstores now.
ComicScene UK each month from August provides articles on small press Comics or great titles you might be unaware of such as Wolf, Unicorn, Apollo and Flintlock.
Finally Pat Mills has the last word in his new regular column. The question is should Comic characters die with their creators? What do you think? Let us know on twitter using the hashtags #comicscene #tlw or email us at email@example.com. Don’t forget to try out the new Charley’s War collection too.
If you like what you’ve seen here then find out more in ComicScene UK Issue 0 out now – details of how to get your copy and subscribe to future issues can be found here.