The new issue of Foghorn, the cartoon magazine of the UK Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, has been published. Featuring a cover by Steve Bright and a back cover by Gerard Whyman, Foghorn is available to subscribers for the modest annual sum of £30 for six full colour issues all delivered to your door.
What’s inside this issue?
Toyshops in my life – Clive Collins reveals how he never got the hang of wrapping up a fully inflated football.
A word to the wise – Chris Madden explains how simplified spelling is quite str8forward.
The Trevelyan Files – Foghorn’s very own rip-roaring adventurer continues his exploits, courtesy of Andrew Birch.
Buildings in the Fog – Roger Penwill dons his architectural trousers and heads to the nearest railway station.
The Potting Shed – Cathy Simpson keeps our resident gardening experts in check. Careful with that strimmer!
A full page of Rob Murray cartoons (described by Michael Heath, cartoon editor at the Spectator magazine, as one of the “smart new kids on the block”.)
Strips from Wilbur, Andy Davey and The Surreal McCoy.
And of course the fun-packed filler features – The Critic, The Foghorn Guide to, Letters to the Editor, and a fair bucketload of cartoons!
Buy your own annual subscription here.