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Laura Howell on the comic guest line up for MCM Midlands Comic Con

Laura Howell at last year's Lakes International Comic Art Festival.

MCM Midlands Comic Con is back in Telford tomorrow, Saturday 13th February, with, as you’d expect, some comic creators on board for the day, including Beano contributor Laura Howell. Laura is a Birmingham-based comic artist, writer and occasional educator who turned pro in 2006 after eight years working as an editor in children’s publishing but, like almost all cartoonists, she’d  been drawing on and off for as long as ... Read More »

‘A Tale of Shadows’ returns to Kickstarter after successful funding for first issue

A Tale of Shadows: Cause & Effect

After the successful funding of A Tale of Shadows: Something Out of Nothing and becoming a Kickstarter Staff Pick (see news story), Katie White reports Lyndon White, Paul Clark-Forse and Tyler Wilson are back on with a crowd funding appeal for the second book, A Tale of Shadows: Cause and Effect. A Tale of Shadows is a 28 page fantasy ... Read More »

Cup of O – Small Press Reviews

Cup of O - Small Press Reviews

Hello! Two of the three comics I’ve reviewed this month are from the Bristol Comic Con 2014 – where did that one go? Our creative city’s lone convention this year is now the Bristol Comic and Zine Fair in October. There’ll be a lot of comics and a lot of love and a fair amount of cider I shouldn’t wonder. Huzzah!   Eponymous 1  ... Read More »

Crowdfunding Spotlight: A Tale of Shadows

Tale of Shadows - Promotional Image

British comic artist and illustrator Lyndon White recently launched his second Kickstarter campaign, for his new comic A Tale of Shadows, a fantasy comic set in a world ideologically split by the arrival of new technology. The comic is written by podcaster Paul Clark-Forse, who has written a range of comics and is a key writer for indie publisher Dead Canary Comics (he has a story in ... Read More »

Cup of O – Small Press Reviews and Melksham Comic Con Preamble

  Hello! Here I tackle three books I bought from Lakes International Comic Art Festival‘s first event last year – a tremendously well put-together and enjoyable art-focussed festival set in the picturesque town of Kendal in the Lake District. I heartily recommend it – and this year looks almost painfully brilliant. Painful because I can’t attend mainly and I’m desperate to sample the ... Read More »

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