Orbital News

BACK ISSUE BONANZA!

Here at Orbital we pride ourselves on our spectacular selection of classic back issues and vintage comics, but even for us this has been a bumper week!  We’ve just put extensive early runs of Daredevil, Iron Man, Silver Surfer, Steranko’s…

BD & COMICS PASSION FESTIVAL

From the 7th to the 9th of October, the Institut francais will be hosting a spectacular festival celebrating bande desinee and comics. The festival boasts an all-star cast of comics-based celebrities from novelists China Mieville and Audery Niffenegger to cartoonists…

REBEKAH ISAACS SIGNING

On Saturday September 24th, up-and-coming artist Rebekah Isaacs came over to Orbital to sign copies of her new comic Angel & Faith, as well as all her other previous works (including DV8 with Brian Wood) in her first international appearance.

REBEKAH ISAACS SIGNING

On Saturday September 24th, up-and-coming artist Rebekah Isaacs will be signing copies of her new comic Angel & Faith, as well as all her other previous works (including DV8 with Brian Wood) in her first international appearance! She’ll also be…

ORBITAL SELF-PORTRAIT EXHIBITION PRIVATE VIEW

This Sunday 18th September, the Orbital Gallery will host a private view to celebrate the opening of our latest exhibition: the Orbital Self-Portrait Show. Including contributions from such incredible cartoonists as Shaky Kane, Garry Leach, David Hine, Rufus Dayglo and…

SOHO LITERARY FESTIVAL

The Soho Literary Festival kicks off on Friday 23rd September with a whole host of fascinating talks, readings and events, and you’ll be pleased to hear that comics fans have not been left out of the festivities!  On Sunday September…

EPISODE 38

It’s time for the second slew of the new 52! Once again, the Orbiting Pod crew review all thirteen of this week’s new #1 issues from DC Comics and give their opinion on the relaunch as a whole. Make sure…

EPISODE 37

This week, Tom Humberstone, cartoonist and editor of the excellent British anthology title Solipsistic Pop sits in on our picks of the week, which include The Boys #58 and Anders Nilsen’s newly collected Big Questions, and gives us an interview…