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
General Jumbo, The Smasher and Supercats are just some of the classic British heroes back in print this month, thanks to a team of Scottish comic creators, DC Thomson and Comic Heroes magazine. The Glasgow League of Writers has teamed up with publisher DC Thomson to create new versions of some of their mostContinue reading British Heroes return in Comic Heroes Magazine’s “Comic Review”
Two UK comic creators who previously used their artistic talents to raise awareness of bowel cancer have convinced some of the comic industry’s biggest names to donate items to a fundraising raffle for Beating Bowel Cancer and Breast Cancer Care. Writer Gordon Robertson and the comic artist known as Cuttlefish are both cancer survivors. TheContinue reading Comic creators form cancer-fighting super team!
Three talented creators have combined forces in a Kickstarter crowd funding project that aims to bring a number of strips pitched to Mark Millar and Titan’s CLiNT title to print in a collection titled SPOD! Oddities From Space. “In a nutshell. we have gathered together 25 strips that were originally submitted to Mark Millar’s CLiNTContinue reading Space Oddities Kickstarter aims to publish short strips pitched to CLiNT
Graphic Scotland and the Edinburgh International Book Festival have announced that submissions are now open for the inaugural 9th Art Award for graphic fiction. The 9th Art Award will choose the best work of graphic literature originally written and published in English between May 2012 and July 2013, from anywhere in the world.Judging the prizeContinue reading New 9th Art Award: Submission Details announced