Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast – Thoughts on Thought Bubble 2019

Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast Episode 65 - Thought Bubble 2019In the latest episode of the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast, the Ian Loxam and Nikki Bates report back on their recent trek to Harrogate for this year’s Thought Bubble Festival, now in a new town.

“In this episode we have a chat about the event, our thoughts and feelings and what we enjoyed,” Ian tells us.

Mike Williams talks about the most important aspect of his weekend at the Lakes Festival back in October, and what books he came away with.

He also reviews Kugali Anthology 1 RAKI Edition, Frankenstein: Texas and DIE Vol 1: Fantasy Heartbreaker, and others.

Meanwhile, Pete Taylor has a chat with artist and writer Russell Mark Olson – a wide ranging that includes talking about events, discovered comics and creators and changes to Russell’s work process over the last year.

Finally, Tom Stewart reviews Death Inc Book 3 by Charles H Raymond.

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Listen to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast Episode 65 here on the dedicated Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast web site

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Regular contributors to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast include Tom Stewart from That Comic SmellPete Taylor, and Mike Williams



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