Dirty Rotten Comics #10

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Updates from the clubhouse

Interviewed!

June 19th, 2017
Interviewed!

In the run up to ELCAF we were interviewed by Andy Oliver over at Broken Frontier. We had a chat about Dirty Rotten Comics, our experiences in publishing with Throwaway Press, and what’s in store for the future. Many thanks to Andy for taking the time to interview us! Broken Frontier – Interview with Throwaway […]

Submissions Open!

June 16th, 2017
Submissions Open!

After our curated, celebratory tenth issue, it’s time to return to our roots for the autumn edition. So without further ado… Submissions for Dirty Rotten Comics #11 are open! We’re looking for comics from UK-based creators for the next issue of our anthology. As usual, first-timers and unpublished creators are actively encouraged to contribute. For […]

DRC10 Out Now!

May 19th, 2017
DRC10 Out Now!

Here’s a delightful spring-time treat! The flora up and down the highways and byways of the United Kingdom is blooming with colour, and so too is Dirty Rotten Comics! Full of fresh new strips from the finest creators working in Britain today, with a vivid wraparound cover by Lucie Ebrey, this one is a celebration of all […]

DRC10: Cover & News

May 11th, 2017
DRC10: Cover & News

The grand unveiling of Dirty Rotten Comics #10 is right around the corner and to whet your appetite, Broken Frontier have today revealed the cover in a site-exclusive preview. Head over to the link below to see the new cover in all its glory… Broken Frontier: DRC10 Cover Reveal We recruited Lucie Ebrey to illustrate the cover […]

Interviewed!

March 30th, 2017
Interviewed!

We were recently interviewed by Harriet from the fantastic Comics Forum website. It was a fascinating discussion; we covered a range of subjects including the origins of Dirty Rotten Comics along with our thoughts on where British comics are right now and where things may be heading in the future. You can read the interview […]

Gareth Hopkins

March 13th, 2017
Gareth Hopkins

Gareth Hopkins is a self-described “illustrator and/or artist” based in Essex, whose work is abstract and frequently experimental. This week, Tom spoke with Gareth about his ongoing Intercorstal series, his process behind ‘abstracting’ a comics page, and the benefits of physical rather than digital production. – – – – T: Something I’ve enjoyed about abstracting […]