Joe Gordon reports on this year’s annual Books gathering in Scotland’s capital… I’ve just been enjoying a couple of weeks at the world’s largest literary festival, the Edinburgh International Book Festival, seeing a number of fascinating author events and also being fortunate enough to chair several comics and science fiction events too, from Young AdultContinue reading In Review and in Pictures: Edinburgh International Book Festival 2018
A quick snapshot of some comics-related news from across the web… • ITV launched season three of Thunderbirds Are Go on CITV and ITV earlier this year, and the launch weekend saw really strong ratings. Steve Green, EVP Kids Content and Distribution at ITV Studios Global Entertainment has revealed there is a new toy lineContinue reading Tube Surfing: new Thunderbirds are Go toy line in the works, Joy of the Rovers and Deadpool (2)!
Tickets go on sale today for events at the largest literary festival in the world, the Edinburgh International Book Festival which this year runs in the Scottish capital from 12 to 28 August. As ever BookFest has a selection of comics related talks and workshops, mainly under its theme of Stripped, named for the majorContinue reading Comics @ Edinburgh International Book Festival 2017
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
The Edinburgh International Book Festival, the world’s largest literary festival, opens its gates in the Scottish capital’s Charlotte Square Gardens today and runs until 31 August with an additional ‘schools only’ day on 1 September. As in previous year’s BookFest has a selection of comics creators in its programme under the heading of “Stripped”. NamedContinue reading Edinburgh International Book Festival Starts Today