Preludes, Previews and Purchases Locked in your house for a year with nothing to do? Unable to leave your council area? Forbidden from “congragating” with others? These might be the terms of your bail, or it might just be the last year for all of us. So what to do with all the spare time? Make a comic of course. There have been a lot … Continue reading Let it Rain Comics!
Atomic Hercules by Tony Esmond and Adam Falp This book has a slightly silly premise which pokes light fun at millenials and political correctness and all that stuff. Of course we now know that what really causes the apocalypse is not safe spaces but eating bats, underfunding healthcare and thinking that spin doctors and media management could stop a virus. The authors were not to … Continue reading Nuclear Olympian
The Spark As a history nerd I must admit that my first thought when I saw The Spark was, did they name it after Lenin’s pre-revolutionary Bolshevik newspaper Iskra? I mean, it would be educational but maybe not the best for an audience of primary school age. No, this Spark is a new title that describes itself as “an all-ages, sci-fi comic magazine”. The Spark … Continue reading Bright Sparks