The bad old days of cavorting and revelry

2000AD and I were through by 1989, so I missed the moment when Pat Mills and Simon Bisley began Slaine: The Horned God and jointly shifted the orbit of the whole publication. Painted comics have travelled a rocky road since then, but The Horned God has never gone away.

The latest round of the story’s immortality is a US hardcover edition, which prompted my retrospective review and interview with the writer and the artist in the latest digital edition of Tripwire magazine.

6 July 2011 Art


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