About 50 years ago the first British comics Fanzine was published and David Hathaway-Price decided that this was an event that needed celebrating. So he asked some his friends who had been involved in the fan scene over the years (myself included) if we'd be interested in contributing to a commemorative fanzine.

I'm sure he was surprised (and terrified) by the scale of the response! Fanscene has just been released and checks in at massive 328 pages. It's a wonderful mix of articles, personal reminiscences, new or unpublished artwork and strips - basically a great big wallow in nostalgia for anybody that grew up loving comics in the 70s & 80s.

I contributed an article about my memories of publishing my own fanzine (Apocalypse) and also supplied three unpublished strips from back in the day, including my unfinished, illustrated version of 2112 by Rush.

I can't recommend this highly enough for anyone who has an interest in British comics (or even just a collection of great artwork) and since it's completely free, there really is no excuse not to download a copy right now.



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