01993 810 210

SOFO Online Talks: Garth Ennis and War Comics

Into Battle! interview and live Q+A with Garth Ennis

Live from 7pm GMT Sunday 24 March 2024

A recorded interview with Garth Ennis - the acclaimed writer of The Boys, Preacher and Battle Action - discussing how his childhood enthusiasm for comics led to a career writing for 2000 AD, Marvel and DC Comics. Ennis discusses the landscape of British War comics in the seventies and their decline in the eighties, and describes how writers re-invigorate classic characters for contemporary audiences.

This is a chance to hear from one of the leading comic book writers, whose literary achievements have recently been translated into successful television series. The interview will be followed by a live Q&A.

Garth Ennis began his career on Crisis, 2000 AD and the Judge Dredd Megazine, for which he wrote Judge Dredd, Strontium Dogs, True Faith and others. Outside of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic he is known for Preacher, The Boys, Hitman, The Punisher and a great many war comics - including War Stories, Battlefields, Out Of The Blue, The Stringbags and Sara.

This event is free to view and take part in, but please consider making a donation online or by text when you watch this talk and Q&A.

Your donations support Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trusts's work caring for its collections, holding exhibitions like Into Battle!  and of course sharing stories through events like these.



Text COMICS followed by your donation amount to 70450 to give that amount.

E.g send a text with the message COMICS £5 to 70450 to make a donation of £5.

Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message (maximum donation £20 per text sent).

Find out more about Text Giving.


Don't forget to visit Into Battle! The Art of British War Comics - an exhibition featuring the art and history of the best of British war comics.

Find out more >>>

Brought to you by:

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum
Park Street.
Oxfordshire OX20 1SN

Phone and Email:
General Enquiries & Event Tickets: 01993 810 211

Privacy Policy
Terms and conditions