Rising from the ashes of sad demise of The DFC, there were some that doubted the weekly The Phoenix comic would endure any longer than its predecessor – but the naysayers have been proven wrong and this week the title celebrates its fifth anniversary with a special cover digitally signed by the many creators whoContinue reading Happy Fifth Birthday to The Phoenix comic!
The Edinburgh International Book Festival, the world’s largest literary festival which runs from 13 to 29 August 2016 in the Scottish capital’s Charlotte Square Gardens, opens doors one week from today. While the impressive Stripped ‘festival-within-a-festival’ that was held in 2013 is now long passed, and even its name is no longer used to tieContinue reading Comics @ Edinburgh International Book Festival 2016
This year’s Glasgow Book Festival, Aye Write, will be taking place in the City’s Mitchell Library from 10 to 20 March. Claiming to be the third largest literary festival in the UK, presumably after the Edinburgh International Book Festival and the Hay Festival, Aye Write has in the past included a selection of comics relatedContinue reading Comics @ Aye Write! Glasgow’s Book Festival 2016
Created by Adam Murphy Format: A5 anthology – colour and black and white interiors WARNING: [highlight]ADULT THEMES DISCUSSED BELOW[/highlight] The Book (in Adam’s own words): “Fever Dreams is a collection of 14 short stories, created over the course of about three years, as part of an ongoing project to create by listening, without judgement orContinue reading In Review: Fever Dreams by Adam Murphy
The fifth Glasgow Comic Con took place over the weekend of 4/5 July 2015 near the centre of Scotland’s largest city. Organised by Black Hearted Press, GCC has been based in the Centre For Contemporary Arts, the CCA, for the last three years which is an unusual place that appears to have originally been 2 three-storeyContinue reading Creators @ Glasgow Comic Con 2015 – Part 1