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Zookie The Dragon: Book One

By Keri Johnson Published By: Keri Johnson Following another successful Kickstarter campaign, Keri Johnson presents Zookie The Dragon Book One. Collecting the first strips, up to number 157, and packed with bonus material, there’s lots here to enjoy about this loveable little dragon. And there are more dragons present than just Zookie, each with their […]

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Father And Son

By E.O. Plauen Publisher: New York Review Comics ISBN: 9781681371207 Originally created in 1934 by political cartoonist Erich Ohser, Father And Son was a hugely popular strip in Germany. Because Ohser had previously upset the Nazi regime and been blacklisted the strip was published under a pseudonym. Appearing originally in Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung for three […]

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Zookie The Dragon

By Keri Johnson Publisher: Keri Johnson Starting out as a cartoonist these days is no easy thing with so few publications publishing gags and strips. Fortunately this has gone hand in hand with the growth of the webcomic, where cartoonists are free to explore their creativity and test material. You may have  come across the […]

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My Dancing Bear: The Story Of Reg Smythe

By Hélène de Klerk Publisher: Elysee Associates ISBN: 9780993453007 It’s hard to imagine now, but in the early 1960s Andy Capp was a very big deal indeed. There had never been anything quite like Andy in a comic strip before, with his work-shy ways, boozing and, certainly in the earlier strips, wife-beating, although Andy’s wife […]

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Jeff Hawke

Jeff Hawke’s Cosmos

Jeff Hawke was a British science fiction comic strip created by Sydney Jordan and ran in the Daily Express from 1955 to 1974.  Despite it’s obscurity in English-speaking countries, it is often regarded as one of the most important science fiction comics ever released. Cartoonists’ Club member William Rudling tells us how you can find […]

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