Just what does DFC stand for?

Where can you find Philip Pullman,Emma Vieceli, The Etherington Brothers,Simone Lia, Tony Lee, Dan Boultwood and Jamie Smart all in one place? The brand new British comic called The DFC. What does DFC stand for? Well there is no official answer but with those creative talents within the book who cares what it stands for just delve right in and enjoy the best of British comics

According to the blurb on the website.

The DFC a new weekly comic for children (or in fact anyone else who wants to read it!). It’s full colour, 36 pages long and is packed full of fantastic stories from some of the greatest writers and artists in the world. With absolutely no advertising, each page is dedicated to bringing the reader high quality writing and illustrations that they couldn’t find anywhere else.”

Currently The DFC are doing a promotion for their brand new strip from Adam Brockbank and Ben Haggarty called MEZOLITH. The promotion involves current subscribers to give their friends a chance to try the comic for free ! The DFC is only available for subscription through the Internet and currently the DFC are offering 4 issues free trial.


GS Reporter: Marcusq

Violet by Emma Vieceli

John Blake by Philip Pullman

The Prince of Baghdad by Tony Lee and Dan Boultwood

The DFC Olympics by Jamie Smart

Monkey Nuts by The Etherington Brothers

Sausage and Carrots by Simone Lia

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