Thor is, and has always been, my second favourite comic character/series. Now, Jason Aaron is ending his Thor run with four-issue miniseries King Thor!
This month Biff looks at the milestone 300th issue of Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, DC’s new facsimilie comics, the new Batman / Superman title and Vampirella!
I had the pleasure last weekend to visit the second Portsmouth Comic Convention, part organised by a friend of Ace Comics, Joel Meadows (Tripwire Magazine).
Event Leviathan will be a must-have series for all DC fans and I recommend that you take a chance and pick it up. You might just regret it if you wait.
One publisher has seemingly woken up and smelt the coffee – DC Comics! They have made the decision to seriously limit new series and miniseries!
For my ‘Bit’ this month, I have decided to hand the reigns over to one of our amazing customers who shared his thoughts and memories of Ace Comics on social media and brought a tear to this old feller’s eye: So, I was 14 when I first got the train from Sudbury to Colchester. Walked […]
“Thank you so very much for enabling us to reach 36 years in business, and for allowing us to continue on through these uncertain times!”
The list of books subject to bans over the last two decades include a roll call of some of our industry’s most lauded titles and creators…
The comic community have got together to produce a most magnificent artistic reflection on the tragedy of World War I, titled Traces of the Great War.
Ben Grimm and Alicia masters are to tie the knot in Fantastic Four #5. How the story develops from here will be interesting. Plus Batman: The Damned #1!
The country’s biggest FREE comic (related) convention, Invasion Colchester, was once again a resounding success with the feel good factor palpable.
Biff talks about the surprise release of Robert Kirkman’s new comic series Die! Die! Die!, including his open letter to comic shop customers.