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In Memoriam: Comic Artist Stephen Prestwood

Stephen Prestwood

Just over a week ago the British small press lost one of its most hardworking and consistent artists – the incredible Stephen Prestwood. I’d worked with him – watched him drawing tirelessly for years, turning in an almost endless stream of art for comics, art jams, competitions – anything. He was as relentless as he was ever-present. His art unfussy, his ... Read More »

Cup of O – Thought Bubble Stash Dissection

  Last month saw the annual appearance of the Thought Bubble Comic Art Festival in Leeds – the convention element of which is a permanent fixture on the convention calendar for the majority of small pressers in the UK. I was there selling The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel with co-editor Geoffery Crescent and we owe everything to underground comics king Jon Lock and Lucy Brown for their generous ... Read More »

In Review: The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel – Volume 4

The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel - Volume 4: Cover

The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel – Volume 4 Edited by Owen Watts and Geoffrey Crescent Cover Art by Alex Ronald Released at the Melksham Comics Festiaval earlier this year the latest The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel is an impressive fourth volume of self-contained short stories that all have a Time Travel Twist to them. The anthology offers a ... Read More »

Cup of O – Melksham Comic Con 2014

    This year’s Melksham Comic Con was my second as a seller – last year’s single day was easily one of my favourite events of 2013. For 2014, the small indie con expanded into two days and although the Sunday was markedly slower the high levels of enthusiasm and interest persisted and the entire event was, from what I could gather from ... 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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