The John Wagner and Alan Grant Interview
In this 1988 discussion from The Comics Journal #122, writers John Wagner and Alan Grant define their politics (and those of Judge Dredd), compare Dredd artists, and talk about coping with the seemingly random taboos of British comics censorship.
“But You Get Up Again. And Then You Get Up Again. And Again.”: The Liam Sharp Interview
In this extensive interview, cartoonist, creator and innovator Liam Sharp discusses his sprawling career drawing superheroes, creating businesses, writing novels, supporting a family, embracing the struggle, representing his hometown, and much, much more. Yes, more than that.
Garry Leach: A Life in Comics
David Roach takes a look at the work of Garry Leach, one of the most influential British comics artists of the last 50 years, who passed away in March of 2022.
Creating the Judge Dredd by Brian Bolland Apex Edition: A How-to Guide for the Rash and Enthusiastic
Artist, editor, writer and comics archaeologist David Roach pulls back the curtain to reveal how one goes about putting together a collection of one legend’s original comics art, decades after those pages have found their way into collections and behind couches, across the globe!
From Revere to Eternity – The Works of John Smith
A bird’s-eye view of one of the most intriguing UK comics writers, whose works are now appearing in digital form courtesy of Rebellion.
Si Spencer: 1961 – 2021
A look a the career of beloved British comics writer, Si Spencer, whose sudden passing has taken many by surprise in the UK comics community.
The Return Of The IPC Youth Group
Tim Hayes takes a measured look at the British comics published under the IPC Youth Group umbrella, now available again thanks to Rebellion and their deep, Dredd-full pockets.
Comics of the Weak Presents: The 2000 AD Thirty-Somethingth Birthday Review Spectacular! (CRITICAL EDITION)
TWO MEN. FOUR YEARS. TWELVE THOUSAND WORDS. 2000 AD. GOOD FRIDAY JUST GOT EVEN BETTER.