Jessica Martin Archives

Things To Do In London If You Like Comics: July 2022 Edition
Alice Oseman describes the book as candid writing, with playful artwork, and a riotous and a fearlessly real story of figuring out that you're trans – this book will bring hope and comfort to so many. Thursday , 7th of July Troopers, Central London, inquire here. Friday, 8th of July London Film & Comic Con, Hammersmith Olympia, London, From[...]
Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38
Anything you can do to entertain them will also be welcomed. The London Film And Comic-Con will be at the Olympia exhibition hall near Earl's Court and Brompton Park. Joining me at the show are Marv Wolfman, Tommy Yune, Andy Diggle, Geoff Senior, Rantz Hoseley, Simon Furman, Jessica Martin, Ben Templesmith, Will Simpson, Amrit Birdi, Paul Cornell,[...]
The British Women Cartoonist And Comic Artists Exhibition In London Kicks Off
Headley Charlton, Rachael House, Laura Howell, Cath Jackson, Nicola Jennings, Lee Kennedy, Katie Kirby, Paula Knight, Kathryn Lamb, Nicola Lane, Annie Lawson, Simone Lia, Sarah Lightman, Maggie Ling, Sue McCartney-Snape, The Surreal McCoy, Liz Mackie, Cinders McLeod, Angela Martin, Jessica Martin, Ernestine Mills, Jo Nesbitt, Sofia Niazi, Danny Noble, Edie Op, Corrine Pearlman, Phyllis M[...]
Here Is A Preview Of Jessica Martin's Elsie Harris: Picture Palace
  By Olly MacNamee One of the success stories of independent publishing here in the UK is the rising star that is Jessica Martin In just a few short years, Martin has produced two well received and critically acclaimed comics focusing on the forgotten stars of early Hollywood cinema (IT Girl and Vivacity) Her new graphic novel,[...]
Birmingham Comics Festival: A Con With Passion and Heart
This certainly was not guilty of ignoring the skills that pay the bills, the creators themselves. With nearly 2000 fans descending on the cricket ground's conference facilities, this larger than expected crowd once through the door were welcomed by a flood of comic book artists and writers of the caliber of Ian Edginton (Stickleback), Steve Pugh[...]
Mac's Books Reviewed: Defiant: The Legend Of Brithnoth, City Of Lost Souls, And Vivacity
Bleeding Cool contributor, Olly MacNamee, takes a look at the comic book scene in the UK and beyond in this monthly review: This Month's Reviews: Defiant: The Legend of Brithnoth (Time Bomb Comics) City of Lost Souls (Geeky Comics) Vivacity (Jessica Martin) Defiant: The Legend of Brithnoth Publisher: Time Bomb Comics Writer: Andy Winter Artist: Daniel Bell Based on the only surviving portion of[...]
Glorious Indies: From History To Horror With IT Girl And Squatters
It is a very short but concise read running to only 12 pages in total and, while black and white self-publishing is a good idea to keep costs down, it is rather appropriate that a tale from the silent era of cinema is reproduced here in monochrome. Jessica Martin, herself a performer of screen and stage[...]
Thought Bubble Debut: It Girl By Jessica Martin
New comic book creator, and previous Doctor Who actress, Jessica Martin is debuting her self published book Elsie Harris Pictures at Thought Bubble, the comic book festival starting next week and culminating over the next weekend. She'll be sharing a table with Mark Buckingham, the 24 page glossy comic will be £3 and then on sale[...]
Elsie Harris Picture Palace – Not Just For Doctor Who Fans, But It Might Help
Jessica Martin is a British actor She used to play the Queen in Spitting Image, a role she reprised in Doctor Who:Voyage Of The Damned Not her only Who role, she played Ace's cheetah-transforming friend Mags in The Greatest Show In The Galaxy a few decades ago Considering it's Doctor Who Day, thought it might[...]