Superheroes both on the page and in the flesh will be out in force today at the Cineworld Cinema in Glasgow’s Silverburn Shopping Centre. Local comic book publishers Trongate Publishing will be there with cosplayers to celebrate the release of Incredibles 2 and hand out free comics to cinema goers as they go inContinue reading Superheroes take over Glasgow today in bid to boost comics readership by publisher Trongate
The Glasgow book festival Aye Write! has announced its line-up for 2018 and as usual it includes a selection of comics events. These all take place in either the Mitchell Library or the CCA in central Glasgow over the weekend of 24/25 March 2018. Darryl Cunningham: Graphic Science 24th Mar 2018 11:30AM – 12:30PM CCA Tickets:Continue reading Comics @ Aye Write!: Glasgow’s Book Festival 2018
Glasgow’s Aye Write! Book Festival has announced their March 2018 line-up. Their planned events include an appearance by graphic journalist Darryl Cunningham talking about Graphic Science, a cracking collection of stories about some often overlooked scientists last year. Darryl Cunningham’s gorgeously illustrated Graphic Science gives a platform, a page and voice to seven humans whoContinue reading Darryl Cunningham to talk “Graphic Science” at this year’s Glasgow’s Aye Write!
The Glasgow Book Festival Aye Write! returns to the city from 9th to 19th March 2017 of this year with a multitude of bookish talks, discussions and workshops over three locations, the Mitchell Library, Aye Write’s spiritual home, as well as the nearby Centre For Contemporary Arts (CCA) and, for the events featuring big names of theContinue reading Comics @ Aye Write! Glasgow’s Book Festival 2017
Heading to the Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow in April is Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics, running 1st April to 1st October 2017. The exhibition at Kelvingrove will be the largest collection of his work every displayed, offering the opportunity to get up close and personal with the painstaking detail in every iconic frame. There willContinue reading Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics exhibition heads to Glasgow