• Jinty: ’70s Schoolgirl Sci-Fi Still Relevant in 2018

    Jinty: ’70s Schoolgirl Sci-Fi Still Relevant in 20180

    Jinty Vol. 1: The Human Zoo & The Land of No Tears Pat Mills, Malcolm Shaw (writers), Guy Peeters (artist) Rebellion Publishing June 28, 2018 (UK release), July 11, 2018 (US release) A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. While the boys of 1970s Britain

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  • Of Window Washers and Walkovers: Bella at the Bar

    Of Window Washers and Walkovers: Bella at the Bar0

    Bella at the Bar Jenny McDade & Primrose Cumming (Writers), John Armstrong (Artist) Rebellion July 2018 In 1971, Fleetway began publishing Tammy, a weekly comic for girls. One of its long-running stars was the newly-collected Bella at the Bar. However, what new readers might not realize (and what no one mentions in the collection’s introduction)

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  • The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing

    The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing0

    The Beatles Story Angus Allan (Writer), Arthur Ranson (Artist) Rebellion/The Treasury of British Comics February 2018 Ever since Beatlemania began in 1963, comics has watched, recorded, and re-interpreted the Fab Four. It started very early on, with the now defunct Dell Comics 1964, a sanitized one-shot biography of The Beatles. But it has included everything

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  • Women Making Comics: Barbara Nosenzo on Coloring Halo Jones (EXCLUSIVE)1

    2000AD is a very British comics institution. One that, due to their very own post apocalyptic hot dad Judge Dredd, became an international cultural phenomenon. Their alumni include pretty much every male British cartoonist and comics creator, including Alan Moore and Ian Gibson– whose groundbreaking Halo Jones was published at the company in 1984. Though

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