Beano artists Nigel Parkinson & Nika Nartova @ Wow Comix Stockport! – Gallery

If you could not find the time to get down to Stockport for that one then do not fear! You can find Nigel and Nika back with Wow Comix for another signing session at our store in Stretford Mall on the 4th of December!


It was so great to see so many different generations of Beano fans at the weekend! A fabulous turnout and very refreshing to see just how many British comic fans we have around the area! We hope you all had a great time meeting the legends that are Nigel and Nika, what better way to celebrate the 70th birthday year of the Beano eh?!

We didn’t take many, but you can find a few photos from the event below!

If you couldn’t find the time to get down to Stockport for this event then do not fear, you can find Nigel and Nika back with Wow Comix for another signing session at our store in Stretford Mall on the 4th of December! – https://www.facebook.com/Wow-Comix-Stretford-Mall-105219951801142 – Keep an eye out for further info!

If you want to find out more about Nigel Parkinson’s work, you can follow him over on twitter at – https://twitter.com/NPBeanoArtist

Or if you want to hear a little more from both of them about their thoughts on the Beano, then check out this video of Nigel and Nika’s panel discussion from Birmingham Comic-Con a few years back!


Nigel and Nika @ Wow Comix Stockport – 6/11/21


Fancy becoming a Beano character? Official Beano artist NIGEL PARKINSON comes to Wow Comix Stockport on 6th November!

Nigel will be attending Wow Comix for signings and original art commission’s in Stockport on Saturday the 6th of November, from 11am!


That’s right folks, the one and only Nigel Parkinson is set to grace our stores with his presence once again!

Having spent over 40 years in the British comic industry, Nigel has worked on (takes a deep breath…) Cor!!, Tracy, Dreamer, The Dandy, Whizzer and Chips, Nutty, Scouse Mouse Comic, Radio Times, Liverpool Echo, Fast Forward, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Collins diaries, Penguin Books, Thunderbirds The Comic, Stingray, Joe 90, Space Precinct, Ace Ventura Pet Detective, The Beano, Beezer, Bunty, KaiserChiefs, Count Arthur Strong, Football Galaxy, Bonnier Books, Victoria & Albert Museum, Isle of Man Post Office, INTU, National Trust, Royal Mail,Kew Gardens, Somerset House, Manchester University Press and much more too!

Out of all of Nigel’s work, he is perhaps best known for his prolonged and wonderful work as an artist on the national treasure that is the Beano, as can be told by just reading his Twitter profile name! (go follow) – https://twitter.com/NPBeanoArtist

Always a gent, and full of artistic tips and tricks to share with the budding artists of the world, Nigel will be attending Wow Comix for signings and original art commissions in Stockport on Saturday the 6th of November, from 11am!

So make sure you pop on down and don’t miss a chance to meet a British comic legend and perhaps walk away with an original drawing of yourself as a Beano character by an official Beano cartoonist! How awesome is that?!

You can check out more of Nigel’s work over on his blog too! http://nigelparkinsoncartoons.blogspot.com/

Spawn now reduced to just £2 per issue!

Pick up your favourite anti-hero monthly, new and back issue Spawn comics for only £2!!!

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All new and back issue Spawn is now available for only £2!!! That’s right folks, for less than the price of a Big Mac you can pick up your favourite anti-hero monthly and have it delivered right to your door OR for pick up in a Wow Comix store!

Head to the site and grab one (or 5 for £10!) now!


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