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The Return Of Meanwhile And The Return Of Strangehaven, Reviewed

Oh my goodness, it’s back. Both of them. In 1997, I was a member of the Comics Creators Guild in London. I was self publishing comics at the time, it seemed the thing to do. Another self publisher was a …

David Hine And Mark Stafford Launch The Bad Bad Place, For Meanwhile

Mark Stafford is the guy who did the covers my Civil Wardrobe and all the Avengefuls books. Oh sure, some will look to his work on Cherubs, The Lovecraft Anthology and The Man Who Laughs, but for me he’ll always …

Selling Comics at Thought Bubble 2013 – Sunday

UK comic creator and journalist P M Buchan gives Bleeding Cool the lowdown on what it was like exhibiting at Thought Bubble in Leeds, covering the breadth of exhibitors, the highs of the parties and the lows of the morning …

In One Week, In Two Weeks – A Cherubic Start To The New Year

In one week’s time, we start to get round to a full week’s worth of comics. Dark Horse has teh amazing Cherubs by Bryan Talbot and Mark Stafford, more Buffy, the new Star Wars, more Action Comics, lots of Rotworld, …

Bryan Talbot And Mark Stafford’s Cherubs In October

Mark Stafford is one of my favourite comic book artists – a heady mix of Evan Dorkin, Robert Crumb and Jamie Hewlett. Over the past few years, he’d been drawing this series, partially published by Desperado, written by Bryan Talbot …

Mark Stafford Gives Us The New Temptation Of Eve With A Toy Doggy

Mark Stafford is a British comic book artist of some repute. I managed to persuade him to draw the cover to my Avengefuls comicsfor Boom, he’s been working with Bryan Talbot on Cherubs for some time and he has a …

One Of The Greatest Comics Creators You’ve Never Heard Of – Mark Stafford

Mark Stafford is one of my favourite comic book artists. Somewhere between Robert Crumb and Evan Dorkin, he has a reputation for being able to work in any style – but always making it 100% Stafford. Well, now he finds …

Mark Stafford Exhibition At Orbital Comics

I first published Mark Stafford’s work back in 1997. Since then his career has pretty much bobbed along. He recently got a slightly higher profile drawing Bryan Talbot’s Cherubs – but only a slight one. Despite being one of the …