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The American release of the comic book sequel to 2012's "Dredd" marks the first US-format comic release for British anthology series "2000AD." Henry Flint/Rebellion The self-styled "Galaxy's Greatest Comic" is expanding its horizons, with next month'
This week marks the anniversary of the publication of both the first and the last issues of The Dandy (1937-2012). That means it's also the birthday of Desperate Dan, Korky the Cat and, according to the book British Comics A Cultural History, the
Suggested Topics British writer-cartoonists rarely got the love and respect shown to their American counterparts. Many worked for DC Thomson, the controversial and secretive Scottish publisher famous for producing The Beano and The Dandy comics.
The 91-and-a-half year old is the oldest member of the Beano Fan Club, and certainly considers himself to be one of the comic's most dedicated supporters...The BBC invited him to Dundee to take a look around and meet his heroes, accompanied by his
David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson team up in Beano comic strip The comic will feature a story about Beckham trying to find a new house in Beanotown David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson are among the celebrities appearing in the 75th anniversary
20 June 2013 0 View comments It is enough to cause the stiffest upper lip to tremble Britain's most famous war comic has been captured behind enemy lines. Unthinkable as it may be to generations of readers, Commando For Action and Adventure better
England set out by Education Secretary Michael Gove have prompted debate in Wednesday's papers...But in an accompanying comment it voices fears that placing more emphasis on the final exam, rather than coursework, will disadvantage pupils who are "
Charles and Camilla star in Beano comic Charles and Camilla's cartoon figures met some of Bash Street most notorious characters The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have been given a starring role in one of Britain's most popular children'
Catwoman chatted with Colossus as they waited in line to talk to an artist...She, Colossus, and thousands of others descended on the Charlotte Convention Center Saturday for the weekend-long, 31st annual Heroes Convention, better known as HeroesCon.
In the world of British comic creators, one name looms large: Alan Moore, creator of Watchmen and commander of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. An iconic figure, who weaves tales of Lovecraftian woe and shuns the superhero genre, Moore has