A group for fans of British Comics
A place to discuss British comics past, present and future. Visit our website at www.downthetubes.net.
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Hello, anyone else collect original comic art from UK comics? I'm particularly interested in Transformers UK, Dragon's Claws, Knights of Pendragon, Death's Head and Doctor Who (Gibbons and Ridgway). If you have any you'd like to sell or trade or…Continue
As I get older, on occasion my thoughts turn to the practicalities of ensuring, hopefully, that some of the work I've created as a comic author might prove to have some interest for future generations. At the very least, I'd hope some of it might…Continue
The section below is an amalgam of the latest group blog posts by individual members. I'd suggest that rather than using it as a blog, think about using it as a "PR" spot for your projects - several members already do this.
This area only displays blog posts actually posted within the forum -- it can't display posts from any RSS feeds you may have added to your own page from your own blog or LiveJournal page, say.
I have recently begun posting a series called The Strange History of Spring-Heeled Jack on my Yesterday's Papers blog. Not comics but the late American comic historian Bill Blackbeard, referring to the SHJ penny dreadfuls, once called him the first superhero.
Steve Morris (from comics blog, The Beat) recently interviewed me regarding my strip The Kaci Bell Mysteries.
The Full Interview can be seen here - http://comicsbeat.com/dave-windett-investigates-the-kaci-bell-mysteries-interview/…Continue
You can add events to this calendar: just use the scroll bar to get to the bottom of the dates listed and use the "Add Event" button. Information very welcome. Release dates for new British comics would be great. Please note this is a moderated service.