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Tag Archives: Roger Langridge
Alongside the IDW Little Nemo in Slumberland series be Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez, Locust Moon Comics announced a new Little Nemo anthology at SDCC earlier thisweek, called Dream Another Dream. This volume will collect interpretations of Windsor McCay’s classic character by … Continue reading
The first issue of the new Tripwire magazine is available in PDF format for free from its website, and, next to articles on 2000AD, Boom! Studios, geek rock band Kirby Crackle and more, it contains new comics by Roger Langridge … Continue reading
In the hands of New Zealand underground cartoonist Karl Wills, Roger Langridge‘s fairly endearing Fred The Clown becomes a scheming damage claim hound. (From Vice Magazine, via Dylan Horrocks)
The genius that is Roger Langridge was spotlighted recently with his cover to the latest edition of Mother’s Four Feet From A Rat Comics, which showed London major Boris Johnson as a hard-hitting action hero battling Ken Livingstone. Which, understandably, … Continue reading
Dit artikel verscheen in Stripgids nr. 7 (november 2007).
Over at The Hotel Fred, Roger Langridge posted this image of Doctor Who avoiding having to battle a Transformer, only to notify the reader that he (that is, Langridge) has an interview posted somewhere else. I’m sure there’s a train … Continue reading