Culled from Facebook,
Oh, right. Theres an alexfitch.com simple, tidy linking to his various stuff online and his extensive bibliography.
Holy Cross and Dredd artist Paul J Holden for a reasonable fee offers to create hand-drawn colour avatars for folk.
Save the DFC group on Facebook and SuperComicsAdventureSquad, were the affiliated creators have banded together for a plethora of fabulous wonderful strips and illustrations. (via Barnaby Gunning's http://www.savethedfc.blogspot.com/)
Matthew Badham blogs asking if anyone is interested in a comics related barcamp? I think hes onto something, read more about it.
Andrew Luke provides some clues on the start of his major work due out in June, and makes it available for advance ordering.
Dickon Harris talks to Jimi Gherkin about alternative press fairs and zine age kicks (MP3/Streaming)
I decided to go looking for Edinburgh cult cartoonist John Miller and found a strip featured on The List (May of last year). From 2007 AJ Smith blogs about Glasgow's 'Electric Sheep' shortly before its relaunch last summer
The search took me to a page for Kingly Books Hairy Hi-Fi were some of his stuff is reprinted. Hairy Hi-Fi was a sp mag back in the Thatcher days were "Marc Baines, Ed Pinsent and a host of other tortured contributors covered the gamut of the coolest pop culture, taking in legends like Moe Tucker, Richard Hell, Savage Pencil and Tav Falco" You can read more about it at the Kingly Books website
Ellen Lindner's collected Undertow is now available to order on Lulu, in electronic or paperback form. My, it looks pretty. (see visual post below)
D'Israeli has a rather fantastic article up on the renditions of 2000AD's Mega-City One.
"Eclectic Micks are a collection of Irish professional comic book artists" who blog together. Wonderful fun. Prepare to be amazed and horrified by Bob Byrne's Mole Man.