June is the only British comic to have a whole month named after it, so let's take a look at the comics celebrating an important anniversary in that month!
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Hatch, Match & Dispatch – February 2023
Crikey, a lot of important and influential British comics are celebrating the anniversaries of their births this month!
Hatch, Match & Dispatch – November 2022
Did you know: November is the ONLY month of the year that immediately follows October AND the only month whose name begins with a silent G! (The G is also invisible, which is why you've never noticed it before, but it's there, trust me. And from now on, every time you say "November" you'll know that's a G you're not saying at the start of it!)
Hatch, Match & Dispatch – October 2022
Here they are, folks! At short last, the British comics that will be celebrating (or shying away from) an important anniversary in October!
Marvel UK 1900s Timeline!
A timeline of every Marvel UK comic published in the 1970s, '80s and '90s!
Random Comics #20220220: The Peacemaker
Oh, sure, EVERYONE loves The Peacemaker now that he's being played by John Cena, but I was there at the *beginning*, guys. (Well, kind of.)
Hatch, Match & Dispatch – June 2021
Here's a gander at some of the British comics that are celebrating an important anniversary in June 2021!
Most Popular Posts of 2020!
Looking back on Rusty Staples' most popular posts of 2020!
In-Shallow Profile: Marvel Super Specials
The Marvel Super Specials series was a collection of one-shot comics published from September 1977 to November 1986, most of them featuring adaptations of then-current movies. I have no doubts that the series was inspired by the tremendous success of Marvel's Star Wars specials: their six-issue comic-book adaptation of the movie was repackaged as a … Continue reading In-Shallow Profile: Marvel Super Specials
Noncomics: Superman – Last Son of Krypton
In the 1970s and early 1980s streaming a movie was called "reading the novelisation" (except in America, where they instead had novelizations, with a zed, which they pronounce as "zee"). Every major movie -- and an awful lot of minor ones -- was given a second life in the form of a prose adaptation. And … Continue reading Noncomics: Superman – Last Son of Krypton