Sounds Good! ComicScene UK magazine announces Podcast plans, Cam Kennedy interviewed

ComicScene UK – the new monthly magazine dedicated to comics and comic culture – is to launch a fortnightly podcast on Tuesday 5th February, presented by Phillip Vaughn and produced at the University of DundeeContinue reading Sounds Good! ComicScene UK magazine announces Podcast plans, Cam Kennedy interviewed

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Wow! Retracted – A crazed delight from David Robertson

Wow! Retracted is the latest title from Dundee-based Fred Egg Comics – and if you’ve previously bought any of this quirky indie publisher’s books… then be prepared for even more quirkiness! LeadIng with plenty of head-scratching, brain-teasing strips from writer-artist David Robertson, Wow! Redacted also features eleven short stories of his strips drawn respectively byContinue reading Wow! Retracted – A crazed delight from David Robertson

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In Review: Dump Issue 3

Writer: David Robertson Artist: David Robertson, Damon Herd, Donna Law, Neil Paterson, Ludi Price, Keara Stewart and Pam Wye Publisher: Fred Egg Comics Format: 80 pages, black and white Continuing in what seems like some mission to offer the most eclectic and diverse of comic strips, David Robertson’s Dump returns for a third and, apparently, finalContinue reading In Review: Dump Issue 3

Unconference 2015: Blackboard. Photo: Lydia Wysocki

Comics UnConference 2015: A Report by Applied Comics Etc founder Lydia Wysocki

  Comics creator Lydia Wysocki recently blogged about the Comics Unconference in Glasgow on 28th February 2015, what reads like a fascinating day devoted to Comic Studies, including developements in digital comics, and has kindly permitted us to repost her report here. It features photos from her trip to Scotland Street School Museum the day after, because learning and that…    Continue reading Comics UnConference 2015: A Report by Applied Comics Etc founder Lydia Wysocki

Scottish UnConference 2015

Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-up announced for February 2015, participants wanted

  The Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-up – open to any and all with an interest in engaging seriously with the medium – will take place on Saturday 28th February 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland and a call has just gone out for participants. An unconference is a participant-driven meeting. The term “unconference” has been applied, or self-applied, to a wide rangeContinue reading Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-up announced for February 2015, participants wanted