Nanette Miles and Puppet. Art by Keith Page

Witchcraft Street, Episode One: The Story Begins

Notations: Situated in the fifth (cinquième) arrondissement of Paris, Rue Mouffetard is one of Paris’s oldest and liveliest neighbourhoods, today offering many restaurants, shops, and cafés, and a regular open market. It is centered on the Place de la Contrescarpe, at the junction of the rue Mouffetard and the rue de Lacepede. Its southern terminus

Vampire Squad, 1955

In the Spotlight: V-Cars, 1955

The Scotland Yard Vampire Squad headed by Soho resident ʻParaffinʼ Jack MacNab first appears in London Calling. With their fleet of distinctive vehicles including Humber Pullman hearses, black Daimler ambulances and converted military vehicles, they patrol the streets of 1950ʼs London. Their weapons, apart from the traditional wooden stakes, include crossbows and ʻdaylight bulbʼ searchlights.

Squadron of the Screaming Damned published by Timebomb Comics

Time Bomb Comics are the publishers of the Charlotte Corday story Squadron of the Screaming Damned by Stephen Walsh and Keith Page, the follow up to London Calling, the critically acclaimed graphic album the same company also published in 2010. There’s a U-boat in the bathtub which can only mean one thing: The world is unravelling like an old jumper – again! Join

London Calling

London Calling published by Timebomb Comics

Written by screen-writer Stephen Walsh with stunning artwork by renowned Commando artist Keith Page, London Calling, published by Timebomb Comics, is a complete thrilling adventure of Charlotte Corday, told in a style that hearkens back to classic British comic strips of yesteryear. Set in a 1950’s London one-step sideways to our own, secret agent Charlotte

Iron Moon by Stephen Walsh and Keith Page

Iron Moon – Digital Edition Information

ROK Comics, Britain’s dedicated mobile comics publisher, offers a digital edition of the steampunk graphic novel The Iron Moon, one of several creator-owned Charlotte Corday comic stories by acclaimed Commando comics artist Keith Page and film writer Stephen Walsh. Described as ‘Rorke’s Drift in Space’, The Iron Moon is a fast-paced steampunk-inspired adventure starring no-nonsense adventuress Charlotte Corday and is now available worldwide

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