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DRC7 in Review

May 31st, 2016
DRC7 in Review

It’s been two months since Dirty Rotten Comics 7 lurched from the sea, staggered up the beach and fell, slumped, into our waiting arms. And in that time, we’re glad to say that our latest issue has picked up some pretty smashing feedback. First up was Andy Oliver’s exclusive preview for Broken Frontier. Andy highlighted our “wonderful […]

CHUNKs & Cordelia Swift

May 26th, 2016
CHUNKs & Cordelia Swift

CHUNKS & The Adventures of Cordelia Swift by Matt Garvey & Cris Canfailla / Aleksander Bozic Self-published B&W / £3 Released 2015 / 2016 Review by Tom Mortimer When he’s not terrorising the Twittersphere, Matt Garvey is a comedy writer and creator of small press comics. Ahead of his appearance at MCM London Comic Con, […]

Submissions Open

May 12th, 2016
Submissions Open

Get yer pens out, Britain! It’s time… Submissions for Dirty Rotten Comics 8 are now open! We’re looking for comics from UK creators for the next issue of our anthology series. As per usual, you can find check our submissions page for the full details. The closing date is 30th June 2016.

Gary & Kirk Interviewed

May 9th, 2016
Gary & Kirk Interviewed

It’s a double-whammy for Dirty Rotten Comics interviews today; not only was Kirk the special guest on this week’s Awesome Comics Podcast, but Gary also sat down for a chat with Alex from Pipedream Comics. We were proud to be approached by two platforms that are doing great things themselves, having gone from strength to strength […]

Tom Mortimer

May 3rd, 2016
Tom Mortimer

Tom Mortimer is an artist and comics creator known for his stark black-and-white imagery. Tom’s work combines occult themes with a pitch black sense of humour that gives him a voice uniquely his own. Tom has also recently joined the Dirty Rotten Comics team, and has conducted a host of fascinating reviews and interviews for our website. This […]

Paul B Rainey

April 26th, 2016
Paul B Rainey

Paul B Rainey is a comic artist based in Milton Keynes. His graphic novel There’s No Time Like the Present is published by Escape books, and he is a frequent contributor to Viz. This week, Tom spoke with Paul about his artistic process, the appeal of the understated, and the changing face of comic conventions. T: […]