It’s Thought Bubble Festival weekend in Leeds, and we hope everyone there has a great time! There are some great things lined up, bringing some of the best creators in the world to the city including Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, Freakangels, Castlevania, RED), Greg Rucka (Wonder Woman: Year One, Black Magick), Comics Laureate Charlie Adlard (The WalkingContinue reading Thought Bubble Festival 2018 is Here! Are You Ready?
Children’s publisher Bog Eyed Books have just published a fab collection of Tor Freeman‘s Welcome to Oddleigh, available now in all good book shops and through online retailers. Collecting stories from the eponymous webcomic, Welcome to Oddleigh, we’re introduced to Chief Inspector Jessie and Sergeant Sid are tasked with policing the town of Oddleigh. It’s noContinue reading Bog Eyed Books collects Tor Freeman’s “Welcome to Oddleigh”
By Olivier Kugler Publisher: Myriad Editions / New Internationalist “The children are nervous… When they hear any noise, even if you only knock at the door, they can get very afraid.” The world is currently experiencing its one of its worst refugee problems since the Second World War, with masses of people being displaced throughContinue reading In Review: Escaping Wars and Waves: Encounters with Syrian Refugees
Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2018 is Joe Kelly, a writer, producer, penciller and editor, and creator of the lauded Eisner-nominated graphic novel I Kill Giants. Illustrated by fellow Festival guest Ken Niimura,Continue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Joe Kelly
Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2018 is Corey Brotherson, a writer and editor with over 15 years’ experience writing copy and content for websites, publishers, magazines and TV. He’s also scribed a variety ofContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Corey Brotherson