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Guest Post: VAT the Tat on children’s comics

Freelance cartoonist Alexander Matthews is published in Private Eye, The Phoenix, Prospect, The Week, The Dandy and RAC Magazine, among others. He’s also lectured in Graphic Design and illustration at Degree level and up until recently ran an Art and Design Foundation Course. Fed up with falling sales for comics, he’s just started a campaign to improve the quality of ... Read More »

Guest Post: Jamie Smart says “Make New Comics”

With the hopefully temporary suspension of the latest incarnation of Digital Dandy, just months after the demise of its print edition, British comics fans are feeling a little under siege as our industry continues to face threats to its business model with the rise of digital competition and other problems (rising print costs, lower print sales, just to name two). ... Read More »

Opinion: Women in Comics (Again)

Sugar Glider by Sarah Dunkerton Comics writer and editor Richmond Clements is fed up with people saying there aren’t enough women working in comics. Here’s why… Yet again, at this year’s Thought Bubble comic festival, we had another Women in Comics panel. I don’t know how to feel about this, to tell the truth. I may well upset some of ... Read More »

Opinion: Too Many Cons, Not Enough Pros

With a series of comic conventions upon us in the UK, which began last weekend and continues on Saturday with Kapow in London, Comic Book Alliance organiser, comic creator and book editor Tim Pilcher ponders the future of the Bristol Comic Expo… I’ve been attending comic conventions in Bristol ever since Kev F Sutherland first set one up to replace ... Read More »

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