The Many Not the Few co-author Robert Brown with Jeremy Corbyn. Photo courtesy Myriad Editions

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launches new “The Many Not the Few” graphic novel

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn not only attended the launch of “The Many Not the Few” in Parliament on Monday 20th May 2019 – he bought four copies, too, and made a very nice speech saying how much he liked it. Video courtesy Ryan-John Wilson.  This launch is, we think, the first time a comic bookContinue reading Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn launches new “The Many Not the Few” graphic novel

Pictured left to right: Breakthrough co-ordinator Tim Pilcher with participants Danny Christie, Hannah Hodgson, Michael Lightfoot, Abbigayle Bircham and Halima Hassan at Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire, in May 2019

Lakes International Comic Art Festival Breakthrough new creators project gets underway

The Lakes International Comic Art Festival has held the first workshops for its ambitious Breakthrough project, which aims to give under-represented individuals a chance to express themselves through the medium of comics. Five aspiring comic creators – Abbigayle Bircham, Danny Christie, Halima Hassan, Hannah Hodgson and Michael Lightfoot – are taking part in the inaugural 18-month mentoring initiative,Continue reading Lakes International Comic Art Festival Breakthrough new creators project gets underway

Winterfell, as seen in Game of Thrones. Credit: Home Box Office, Inc.

“Home of Thrones” Game of Thrones Studio Tour opens next year

Already pining for more Game of Thrones? Then you’re in luck, especially if you’re a fan living in Northern Ireland. Inspired by the renowned HBO Series, the Game of Thrones Studio Tour will open Westeros to everyone in Spring 2020, at the Linen Mill Studios, Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Showcasing authentic sets, costumes and props fromContinue reading “Home of Thrones” Game of Thrones Studio Tour opens next year

“Seeing the Bigger Picture” by David Shaw

What has the EU Ever Done for Us? “Europe+” Comic Challenge goes on tour

The shortlisted entries of this year’s Animate Europe comics competition, challenging creators with to come up with a comic addressing the value of the European Union, are now on tour around the continent. With Britain’s involvement in the EU drawing to a close, despite the difficulties reaching that end, there has to be more than aContinue reading What has the EU Ever Done for Us? “Europe+” Comic Challenge goes on tour