Feminine power - the divine to the demonic

22/05/2022 Feminine power - the divine to the demonic Exhibition / 19 May 2022 - 25 Sep 2022 British Museum, Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG more...

R.I.P. George Pérez

16/05/2022 George Pérez was born in the South Bronx, New York City of Puerto Rican parents. He started in the comics industry in 1973 as an assistant to artist Rich Buckler. best known for his work on Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four.and making his professional debut in Marvel Comics’ Astonishing Tales #25 in August 1974 more...

R.I P. Neal Adams,

30/04/2022 Neal Adams June 15, 1941 – April 28, 2022 Neal Adams was a comic book artist who could not only draw well but could also think creatively. more...

Lee Milmore

25//04/2022 The recent 2000AD, prog. 2279, Introduced work by Lee Milmore, an artist new to me but who makes an immediate impression. more...

More Drawings of devils

16/04/2022 Possibly the last. Think I am in need of a new subject. more...

順便 – by the by

06/04/2022 the site has a number of visitors from China. I have assumed they read English . 該網站有許多來自中國的訪問者。我假設他們讀的是英語 more...

more devil drawings

28/03/2022 I am still doing these things. more...

Prog-ress

22/03/2022 Prog-ress: - an exhibition from Carhartt WIP & 2000 AD more...

Drawings

14'03;2022 After a period of not I have returned to working in my sketchbook. These are the results. more...

RIP Shirley Hughes

08/03/2022 Shirley Hughes. 6 July 1927 – 25 February 2022. An English author and illustrator. Shirley Hughes wrote and illustrated more than fifty books and illustrated more than two hundred. The books she authored, most famously Dogger and the Alfie series, were hugely popular with both parents and children and have sold more than 11.5 million copies world wide. more...

Robin of Sherwood

01/03/2022 Based on the television series the comic strip Robin of Sherwood ran in Look-in magazine between 1984 and 1986. All written by Angus Allan and illustrated largely by Mike Noble, but also at different times Phil Gascoine and myself. more...

RIP Tom Veitch

22/02/20222 Tom Veitch September 26, 1941, - 18 February 2022 Tom Veitch grew up in Vermont and was educated at Columbia University. From 1963 to 1965 he was part of New York’s  St. Mark’s Poetry Project. His first published work, “Literary Days”, appeared from Ted Berrigan’s “C” Press in 1964. Other early books of poetry include “Toad Poems”, “Cooked Zeroes”, “My Father’s Golden Eye” and “Death College”.  more...

RIP Ian Kennedy

14/02/2022 2 September 1932 – 5 February 2022 Ian Kennedy began his career in 1949 at D. C. Thomson & Co. in his hometown of Dundee, taken on as a trainee illustrator. He recalled that his first published work was inking the black squares in the weekly Sunday Post crossword. Those were the days. more...

Ban that book

04/02/2022  The U.S.A. is a land of contradictions. One of them is that while its constitution upholds the right to free speech. some local authorities and school boards are empowered to ban books. more...

comic gatemouth

 27/01.2022 Some comics creators in the USA have formed a group calling themselves Comicgate. Their claim is that the increasing diversity of female and racial characters in comics have led to worse comics with a resulting a fall in the number of comics sold. more...

judge Dredd @ 45

20/1/2022 The Cartoon Museum of London are presenting an exhibition of original artwork to mark the 45th anniversary of Judge Dredd and the comic 2000AD. It runs until April 24th more...

Cartoon Conference 2022: Survival Guide

13/01/2022 For cartoonists and comic creators this conference offers a promise to meet others like themselves and learn some stuff about earning a living and the doing the job. more...

Cam Kennedy at Dundee University

06/01/2022   Cam Kennedy has helped start a new postgraduate programme for would be comics creators and scholars at the University of Dundee in what is now The Cam Kennedy Comics Studio. more...

Happy New Year

28/12/2021 新年快乐 - Gelukkige Nuwe Jaar - more...

Merry Christmas

21/12/2021 A merry christmas to all more...

The Young Cartoonist of the year

12/12/2021 Organised by The Cartoon Museum. To be judged by Martin Rowson, Adams (Evening Standard)  Banx ( Financial Times) more...

Dürer's Journeys:  Travels of a Renaissance Artist

07/12/2021 The first major UK exhibition of German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528)  in nearly 20 years. more...

Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules

30/11/2021 Curated by artist and Beano lover Andy Holden, the exhibition contains original artwork and artefacts from the magazine's archives as well as contributions from writers, musicians, painters, sculptors, and photographers, grouped together on the premise that they are all artistic rule breakers. more...

R.I.P. Jerry Pinkney

22/11/2021 R.I.P. Jerry 22 December 1939 - 20 October 2021 Jerry Pinkney was an American illustrator and writer of children's literature, illustrating over 100 books since 1964. more...

BLACK

16/11/2021 A Cartoon Museum exhibition to celebrate Black History Month, which looks at BLACK the graphic novel created by Tobias Taitt and Anthony Smith. more...