Art

Three Must See Comic Book Museums

The Bayeux Tapestry Museum The Bayeux Tapestry is perhaps the most famous of ancient comic strips. It depicts events leading up to the Norman Conquest of England, 1064-1066, culminating in the Battle Of Hastin...

Henry VIII’s Diabolical Portrait

16th Century Mural of Henry VIII has a diabolical secret When Angie and Rhodri Powell found a near life size portrait hidden under the plaster of their 16th century home a few years ago, it was described as...

The Innocence of Sin City’s Robots

Geoffrey Gersten's robots share a little with Pixar, but not much with Disney, they have a definite inheritance from the tin and plastic toy robots of the 50s and 60s, and also from the robots depicted in the c...

Frank Victoria’s Art Blog

  Every fantasy and science-fiction fan loves a good cover. I discovered Frank Victoria's artwork on the covers of The Chronicles of the Tree by Mary Victoria ( his wife and my favourite new fantasy aut...