Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

Every year, in the countdown to the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, we bring you a series of interviews with guests at the event. This “Festival Focus” for 2018 is Yomi Ayeni, an award winning Transmedia creator, producer, filmmaker, and storyteller, who will be co-ordinating a very special steampunk project at LICAF this October – he’sContinue reading Lakes Festival Focus 2018: Yomi Ayeni

My So-Called Secret Identity Volume 2 SNIP

My So-Called Secret Identity Launch Event Announced 

The launch of Volume 2 of My So-Called Secret Identity (aka MSCSI), with writer Will Brooker and artist Jennie Gyllblad, will take place in London at the end of the month. MSCSI, created by Suze Shore, Will Brooker and Sarah Zaidan, launched online in February 2013. Issues Two and Three, funded entirely by fan donations, followed later thatContinue reading My So-Called Secret Identity Launch Event Announced 

Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 38: Jennie Gyllblad

Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 38: Jennie Gyllblad

Darn it! I’m late giving this week’s Awesome Comics Podcast a plug. This week, it’s the turn of super busy, super talented Swedish comic book artist and designer Jennie Gyllblad to take centre stage as guest – the mind behind some good natured filth, the ‘smutty’ anthology comic, Jenitales! Jennie joins the ACP crew andContinue reading Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 38: Jennie Gyllblad

VAT Cartoon by and Jennie Gyllblad

HMRC grants concession on #VATMESS, but campaign against changes continues

  There was some good news for comic creators who sell e-comics via their web sites over the Christmas period thanks to the EU VAT Action Group. As a result of their sustained and hard fought campaigning, HMRC has agreed that, for those in the UK below the VAT threshold, you can use the information provided byContinue reading HMRC grants concession on #VATMESS, but campaign against changes continues

VAT Cartoon by and Jennie Gyllblad

Comic Creators take to Twitter to protest at EU VAT changes that will cripple their business

  With so little time before the European Parliament shuts for Christmas, the VAT Action Group urged its supporters to take to Twitter this morning in an urgent bid to show both EU commissioners and the UK government that we are not going to stand for the changes that will cripple many small businesses across Europe. British comicContinue reading Comic Creators take to Twitter to protest at EU VAT changes that will cripple their business