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Brexit: Independence Day: The Movie: Recut

Brexit: Independence Day: The Movie: Recut

Because no trailer can have too many colons… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1t5Y-Yk53wVideo can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: Brexit: Independence Day: The Movie: Recut (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1t5Y-Yk53w) Final image courtesy of Jeremiah Tolbert.

Comic Book Creators Wake Up To Brexit

Comic Book Creators Wake Up To Brexit

Britain doesn't have a written constitution so no referendum is binding in the way Americans define, but no government will defy the will of the people so firmly expressed Scotland may well have an impetus to leave the United Kingdom - but if they joined the EU now, they would have to take the Euro[...]

Comics Creators On The European Referendum #VoteLeave #StrongerIn #Brexit #Remain

Comics Creators On The European Referendum #VoteLeave #StrongerIn #Brexit #Remain

Next week, Britain votes in a Referendum on whether of not the country should Leave the European Union or Remain within itThe polls (and bookies) currently show an expected result for the Leave campaign, but this is subject to events.Which, tragically, now includes the terrorist murder yesterday of Labour MP, Jo Cox, backer of Remain[...]

Oor Wullie &#8211 The Movie

Oor Wullie – The Movie

As Scotland goes to the polls, to vote on independence or… well, dependence, I guess, we already looked at how Scottish comic book characters might vote. But the most iconic Scottish comic book character of all is Oor Wullie. Created by  R. D. Low and Dudley D. Watkins, the tale of a young boy, sitting on his […]

How 22 Scottish Comic Book Characters Will Vote In This Months Referendum

How 22 Scottish Comic Book Characters Will Vote In This Month's Referendum

In two weeks, the people Scotland will vote on whether or not it should become an independent nation, severing its national ties from the United Kingdom, also comprised of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.   Comic creators have been rather backwards in coming forwards over the issue, with the most prominent supporter for the Yes […]

Has Mark Millar Changed His Mind On Scottish Independence

Has Mark Millar Changed His Mind On Scottish Independence?

In just over two weeks' time, the population of Scotland votes in a referendum to decide whether or not the country should secede from the rest of the United Kingdom and form its own nation state.But how will Scotland's favourite comic book son be voting? In 2012, Mark Millar wrote, 100 words on why I support Scottish[...]

Scottish Superheros Controversy As Referendum Nears

Scottish Superhero's Controversy As Referendum Nears

The Saltire series is going to run for several years, way beyond the referendum and the polarising opinions.” He continues “Any creative medium can be used to make a political statement Superheroes are enjoyed the world over because they enter the realms of fantasy and the impossible It’s pure escapism.” But Ferguson is not going[...]