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London’s Kingsway Tram Subway, featured in “Paint it Black”, opened to the public for tours

Kingsway Tram Subway – at one time, probably the most important stretch of tram track in London – is to be openedto open to the public for the first time since its closure almost 70 years ago. Reached by a ramp in the middle of Southampton Row at the intersection of Theobalds Road, it was

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New Story: Shockwave Riders Launches!

It’s time for an all-new SF adventure starring Charlotte Corday, written and drawn by Keith Page, lettered by John Freeman. In “Shockwave Riders” Earth is under attack! But from who? Keith promises a few twists and turns with this one, with plenty of great SF tech, too! Check out the first episode over on Tapas,

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All-New Charlotte Corday adventure from Keith Page, “Wonderbirds”, free to read!

Keith Page has been telling the story of Charlotte Corday, his time-hopping, dimension jumping adventurer for several years now, but his newspaper-styled tale, “Wonderbirds at Your Service“, is surely one of his best yet. Running over almost 70 newspaper-format episodes, published free to read on Facebook and Tapas, “Wonderbirds at Your Service” starts, somewhat curiously, with a conversation between Doctor John Dee and William

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Blasted Trubshaw and the Time Before This – Episode One

William Stukeley (7th November 1687 – 3rd March 1765) was an English antiquarian, physician, and Anglican clergyman who pioneered the archaeological investigation of the prehistoric monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1718 and became the first secretary of the Society of Antiquaries of London. In 1721

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Introducing… Blasted Trubshaw and the Time Before This

Launching soon here will be an all-new Charlotte Corday adventure titled Blasted Trubshaw and the Time Before This. Creator Keith Page has teased us with some notes about the story, in which ancient aliens clash with 1950s rocket scientists! “With the followup to Witchcraft Street I wanted to do something recognisably different whilst featuring some of

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Keith Page on Commando – “Ram Raiders”

When he’s not busy working on the next Charlotte Corday story – and a new adventure, “Bloody Trubshaw and the Time Before” has just been completed – Keith Page is one of the artists for DC Thomson’s war comic Commando – and Commando No 4941 – “Ram Raiders” – features his comic art and cover and

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Cat Corday of the RSF – Sneak Peek

Stephen Walsh and Keith Page are beavering away on the next and perhaps most ambitious Charlotte Corday project yet – Cat Corday of the RSF – and we have a sneak peek for our loyal fans! The project homages numerous SF-inspired comics of the 1950s and we’re sure many readers will pick up on the influences. The

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Keith Page Guest at Birmingham Comics Festival in April

The Birmingham Comics Festival claims another victory in its battle to ensure a great day out for all takes place by announcing Keith Page, veteran artist on over 200 issues of Commando, will be attending the show on Saturday 18th April 2015. From pop culture to the truly iconic, Keith Page – who as we mentioned earlier this week,

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