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Saturday, January 01, 2011

Comic Cuts: Recent Releases

A round up of recently released titles reprinting or relating to British comics. Some titles announced for publication in the past few months but which have yet to appear can be found on the Upcoming Releases listing. An expanded, annotated and illustrated version of this list covering releases in 2010 can be found here.

JANUARY 2011
  • Dan Dare: Trip to Trouble. Titan Books ISBN 978-1848563667, 28 January 2011 [originally announced for 5 January 2010, then 30 November 2010].
  • Greysuit by Pat Mills & John Higgins. Rebellion ISBN 978-1907519826, 20 January 2011.
  • Johnny Red: Falcon's First Flight. Titan Books ISBN 978-1848560338, 28 January 2011 [previously announced for 25 September 2009, 26 February 2010, 25 June 2010; 27 August 2010, 27 September 2010, 29 October 2010, 25 February 2011].
DECEMBER 2010
NOVEMBER 2010
  • 100 Months by John Hicklenton. Cutting Edge ISBN 978-0956544520, 11 November 2010.
  • 500 Manga Villains & Heroes by Yishan Li. Ilex ISBN 978-1905814947, 1 November 2010 [originally scheduled for 5 July 2010, then 4 October 2010]. 
  • Charley's War: The Great Mutiny by Pat Mills & Joe Colquhoun. Titan Books ISBN 978-1848567412, 9 November 2010.
  • The Complete Al's Baby by John Wagner & Carlos Ezquerra. Rebellion ISBN 978-1906735494, November 2010 [originally announced for 15 July 2010].
  • The Life and Works of Alfred Bestell by Caroline G. Bott. Bloomsbury ISBN 978-1408814062, 6 November 2010. [90th anniversary edition]
  • Meltdown Man by Alan Hebden & Massimo Belardinelli. Rebellion ISBN 978-1907519291, 11 November 2010.
  • The Rupert Companion by Ian Robinson. Egmont Books ISBN  978-1405253307, 1 November 2010.
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1 comment:

Grant, the Hipster Dad said...

Hey Steve,

I'm afraid that the Durham Red book that you noted for November '10 did not actually make it out, and has been postponed.