Ever since Frank Hampson’s ‘Pilot of the Future’, Dan Dare, first appeared in Eagle in 1950, he’s been a British icon. Almost a decade after the original series ended, Dan Dare was resurrected in the pages of a brand new sci-fi comic – 2000 AD! Waking from suspended animation after 200 years, Dare is faced an unfamiliar universe filled with terrible new threats, but also including all too familiar ones – such as his old nemesis, The Mekon! The first volume of this punk-fuelled space opera features stories from Pat Mills (Nemesis the Warlock), Steve Moore (Doctor Who) and Gerry Finley-Day (Rogue Trooper) with incredible art by Massimo Belardinelli (Sláine) and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen).
It’s #NCBD and here are the latest digital comics available across the internet – on apps, online, and on digital comics subscription services. Check them out and some of the new sales too. From Marvel […]
A sci-fi one-shot available on ComiXology, DriveThruComics and Google Play. Hot, noisy, and ruthless. New York is suffering one of its worst heatwaves in history. An average joe comes across a mysterious object of occult […]
Out this week from the Treasury of British Comics webshop is another fun read with the Cor! Buster Bumper Fun Book. CREATIVE TEAM: John Freeman, Lew Stringer, Tom Paterson, Leila O’millar, Alec Worley, Tiernen Trevallion, Ned […]