Once in every lifetime comes a sitcom like this...
Let's take a look at some of the British comics that will be celebrating (or commiserating, or completely ignoring) important anniversaries in May 2021!
The officially unofficial guide to the most successful British Comics ever! (In terms of the number of issues, that is.)
Looking back on Rusty Staples' most popular posts of 2020!
So... how'd you do in the Great Rusty Staples 2021 Calendar British Comics’ Logo Identification Competition?
Identify the comics' logos and you could win some utterly awesome books!
2000AD went missing for five weeks at the end of 1978 and to be honest, I'm still not completely over it.
Judge Dredd badges are not that odd as such -- I'm the proud owner of the best part of a dozen of various different styles -- but the one we're featuring today is a little unusual because it's fairly rare, and it's rather large. But first, a bit of a preamble (it wouldn't do at … Continue reading Oddities: Judge Dredd movie promo badge
This interview was first published in issue #7 of FTL -- the magazine of the Irish Science Fiction Association -- in October 1990. It was reprinted in issue #33 of Journey Planet in December 2016. Steve Dillon is a young British comic artist living in Dublin. Well, perhaps “artist” is too limiting a term – … Continue reading Retro interview: Steve Dillon, 1990
(Bear with me, folks... this one is going to ramble a bit. For a change.) Long before Judge Dredd The Megazine was launched in 1990, the words "Judge Dredd comic for older readers" were being whispered in the hallowed halls of comicdom. Although only around since 2000AD's second issue in 1977, Dredd had proved to … Continue reading Happy 30th Birthday, Judge Dredd Megazine!