We’ve created a unique and exclusive Blue Fox Comics Dragon Colouring Book, just for you!
We’ve filled it with 52 images for you to colour in, one for each week of the year!
The dragons are of varying complexity, and are drawn by a range of artists from all over the world!!
Gone is our popular sci-fi mystery comic, about the AssistA robot, who wakes on board a vessel that should be home to thousands of crew, but is, in fact, desolate.
Confused and alone, the AssistA sets off to find out where everyone has gone to. Along the way, he starts receiving interference in the forms of memories from one of the crew members, from before everyone disappeared.
But can AssistA trust these memories, and is it, in fact, as alone as it thinks it is?
Hex: a magic spell; a curse.
Sometimes, things don’t work out.
Sometimes, you wonder what exactly it is you’ve done to wind up in the trouble you’re in.
Sometimes, it feels like you’re cursed.
Four more supernatural horror tales from the Hexiverse; a girl befriended by a creature made of letters, a man who continually wakes up in a hotel bedroom full of guilt, a girl obsessed with beings of light she believes took her mother and a family whose past transgressions may be finally catching up with them. Four stories, four artists, one universe.
Sometimes, it feels like you’re cursed.
Polly plays with her dollhouse. Sarah, her mother, doesn’t let her play outside, so it’s one of the only ways she gets to use her imagination.
Across the road, someone is watching. They’ve made notes on what happens, and they’re waiting for just the right moment to strike.
And that moment is tonight.
The name “Macbeth” has been cursed for hundreds of years, synonymous with tyranny and over-vaulting ambition. But what if the true Macbeth was something other than the villain Shakespeare portrayed?
In 1932, two years after the initial Antarctic expedition, another sets off to try to discover exactly what happened on that fateful trip.
Before it leaves, a stranger gives a notebook to the expedition director, Howard Pym, and implores him to read it before they reach their destination.
Preoccupied with the voyage ahead, Howard forgets about it, and naively sails into the dangerous waters ahead.
Words and art by Ben Edwards
Artists can be awfully temperamental when suffering art block. None more so than in the early career of fine artist, Walter Sickert.
Under the apprenticeship of James Whistler, a Master of the arts, Walter becomes increasingly frustrated as his work receives constant rejection.
Not getting the respect he deserves, Walter soon goes to extreme lengths to achieve the inspiration he needs to make his masterpiece.
Using his past theatrical skills he creates the persona of Jack to help gain artistic clarity.
Walter still struggles to secure the inspiration he desires through his victims provoking him to take greater risks as Jack. As he aims for a victim of a higher class, how far will he go to achieve success?
Robyn is not the tale you know. It’s characters are familiar and yet their roles are different.
Abandoned as a child, Robyn sought solace in the forest, and raised herself in this harsh environment. She learned to trust no-one, especially not Tuck, as she lives from dawn to dusk in the shadows of Sherwood.
Now, however, something is beginning, and it’s something she cannot defeat alone. In this first arc of Robyn, we meet a band of people she must learn to protect, or face losing everything.
Today is not a good day for Hope.
Hope Martinez woke up dead this morning in a derelict apartment. She found her on/off boyfriend murdered in the hallway outside. And to cap it all she was given a limousine and told she had to drive across America gathering sinners.
She hoped it wouldn’t get any worse.
She knew it would.
The stars are going out.
Night never ends and while others only wonder, Sparks, the bravest little robot, sets out to discover the reason why…
Lela’s twin sister, Darby, has been missing for days, and no one can find her. Until, that is, Lela receives a mysterious message, which guides her to Abe’s, a barbershop that’s been around for a thousand years, serving its very unique customers; heroes.
With the aid of Sarah – the girl in the midnight gown – Lela sets off into a magical, fairy-tale, world to seek out Darby, unaware that nothing is quite what it seems…
Bobby is just a normal boy with a normal mother. Or so he thought.
But when she takes him to an antiques shop one lunchtime, he discovers a prism which harbours a secret his ancestors have sworn to protect.
Bobby tries to help but doesn’t understand the power he could unleash!
Join Bobby and his mother on this new adventure from Blue Fox Comics, written by Simon Birks (Robyn, The Girl in the Midnight Gown) and illustrated by Eda Çağıl Çağlarırmak.
After discovering experimental hallucinogenic pills, a troubled artist struggling with post traumatic stress disorder, embarks on a series of surreal trips into his subconscious – but it he ready for what he’ll find there?