B7 Comics is a new, exciting publishing division from indie film and radio drama producer B7 Media, offering new comics spanning SF, mystery and adventure in the coming months, kicking off with an all-new graphic novel based on the sci-fi noir story Pilgrim.
Pilgrim #1
Published by B7 Comics

Issue One - 20th October 2022

Pilgrim: Secrets and Lies is a bold all-new four-issue mini-series which digs deep into the millennia old strata of our planet and unearths something… completely unknown. Dormant since long before the dinosaurs, it’s incomprehensible, ancient – and alien.

PILGRIM: SECRETS AND LIES – A Four-Issue Mini Series 

Pilgrim: Secrets and Lies #1 by John Freeman and Neil Edwards

Cover by Alex Ronald; Variant Covers by Alex Ronald and Neil Edwards

In a world transformed by environmental disaster, tensions rising between rival power blocs and space colonisation beyond our solar system now within easy reach, the discovery lying beneath the Antarctic ice promises to be a threat we have never faced before. Dormant since long before the dinosaurs, it’s incomprehensible, ancient – and alien.

Some will go to extreme lengths to expose the deadly enigma’s secrets. And others will go even further to protect them…

Colour, 36pgs, £4.95

Tony Hancock – The Lad Himself #HB
Published by B7 Comics

Tony Hancock – The Lad Himself

by Stephen Walsh and Keith Page

288 Pages - Out March 2023

Publisher: B7 Media 

Foreword by author and Private Eye journalist, Louis Barfe.

Tony Hancock – The Lad Himself tells the story of the legendary comedian in words, pictures, and not without a few interruptions from The Lad Himself, who proves to be a little infuriated at how his story is told… as those who know and love his work would fully expect!

Tony Hancock somehow seems a natural subject for a comic – and, of course, he’s been in them before. At the height of his television fame, he appeared in Britain’s top-selling weekly, Film Fun. Since his death, he’s been the subject of biographies, radio dramas, and even a couple of television films. With the advent of satellite TV and DVD, he seems to be everywhere.

This funny, powerful and poignant graphic novel charts the life of the often troubled comedian with searing honesty but great affection – with Hancock contributing acerbic commentary in the telling. It’s a unique approach to recounting Hancock’s life story – as you would expect when dealing with such an extraordinary talent, whose enduring appeal is testament to his comedy genius.