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Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Rebellion Releases - 3 February 2021


2021 is the year of The Steel Claw! Check out the brand new cover by legendary British artist Brian Bolland for the exclusive hardcover edition of The Steel Claw: Invisible Man - out on 2 February 2021!

This series of graphic novels collects together every strip of classic 1960s adventure comics for the first time. The paperback edition will be available from all good book and comic book stores, with the exclusive hardcover available only from the Treasury of British Comics webshop.

Written by stalwarts of the British comics industry, Ken Bulmer (Jet-Ace Logan) and Tom Tully (Roy of the Rovers, Janus Stark) and illustrated by the legendary Spanish artist, Jesús Blasco (Capitán Trueno), Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics is proud to present the first in a series of graphic novels collecting together for the first time every strip of 1960s adventure comics like none other!

Louis Crandell was but a lowly lab assistant with a prosthetic, steel hand until an experiment gone awry results in a horrific explosion. Surging with electric charge which bestows Crandell the power of invisibility with the exception of his steel hand, so commence a series of uncanny thrills!



2000 AD Prog 2217
Cover: Dan Cornwell.

Judge Dredd: Naked City by Ken Niemand (w) Dan Cornwell (a) Jim Boswell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Durham Red: Served Cold by Alec Worley (w) Ben Willsher (a) Jim Campbell (l)
Sláine: Dragontamer by Pat Mills (w) Leonardo Manco (a) Annie Parkhouse (l)
Proteus Vex: The Shadow Chancellor by Mike Carroll (w) Jake Lynch (a) Jim Boswell (c) Simon Bowland (l)
Hershey: The Brutal by Rob Williams (w) Simon Fraser (a) Simon Bowland (l)


Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files #36
by John Wagner, Gordon Rennie, Andy Diggle (writers) Siku, Ben Willsher, Ian Gibson, Paul Marshall, Mick Mcmahon, Jim Baikie, David Millgate, Simon Fraser, P.J. Holden, Carl Critchlow, Mike Collins, Dylan Teague, Staz Johnson, Henry Flint, Anthony Williams, Carlos Ezquerra and John Ridgway (artists)
Rebellion Publishing ISBN 978-178108769-5, 2 February 2021, 304pp, £19.99. Available via Amazon.

Mega-City One – a nightmarish enclosure located along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. Only the Judges – powerful law enforcers supporting the despotic Justice Department – can stop total anarchy running rife on the crime-ridden streets. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd – he is the law and these are his stories...
     Judge Dredd has brought countless monsters to justice but now the ultimate killing machines, cinema’s most famous xenomorphs, surface in Mega-City One and it may well be more than the Justice Department can handle!


The Steel Claw: Invisible Man by H. Ken Bulmer & Jesus Blasco
Rebellion Publishing ISBN 978-178108906-4, 2 February 2021, 128pp, £14.99. Available via Amazon.
Exclusive hardcover edition

Louis Crandell was but a lowly lab assistant with a prosthetic, steel hand until an experiment gone awry results in a horrific explosion. Surging with electric charge which bestows Crandell the power of invisibility with the exception of his steel hand, so commence a series of uncanny thrills!
    Written by stalwarts of the British comics industry, Ken Bulmer (Jet-Ace Logan) and Tom Tully (Roy of the Rovers, Janus Stark) and illustrated by the legendary Spanish artist, Jesús Blasco (Capitán Trueno), Rebellion’s Treasury of British Comics is proud to present the first in a series of graphic novels collecting together for the first time every strip of 1960s adventure comics like none other!


Revere by John Smith & Simon Harrison
Rebellion Publishing [Digital only] 125pp, £7.99.

Originally published in the mid '90s, Revere is writer John Smith and artist Paul Harrison's stunning psychedelic fever dream. Set in a climate-ravaged future London, the Witch Boy known as Revere must discover his true self, master his powers, and cope with being in love. This is one of Smith’s signature works – a weird, trippy nightmare that evokes Aldous Huxley’s The Doors of Perception and JG Ballard’s The Drought with a teenager’s journey of self-discovery in a blasted wasteland.

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