Comics Summit 2018 - 14th - 15th July

Comics Summit heads to Cheltenham in July

The Comics Summit, a brand-new event set up by creators, for creators has announced it will now take place across the weekend of 14 – 15th July in Cheltenham. The creating comics event, organised by Cheltenham-based Jon Lock of Big Punch Studios, which publishes well-known independent titles Afterlife Inc., 7STRING and Extraversal, will examine theContinue reading Comics Summit heads to Cheltenham in July

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Independent Comics Summit comes to Birmingham

Outside of bigger comic publishers such as Marvel and DC in the USor Titan and Rebellion in the UK, what are the realities of actually creating comics as an independent publisher? The question will be explored at ‘The Comics Summit‘, taking place in July in Birmingham, ¬†a brand-new event set up by creators, for creators,Continue reading Independent Comics Summit comes to Birmingham

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The Awesome Comics Podcast Catch Up: Creating Comics with Al Ewing, Jon Lock, Sarah Millman and more

It’s time for an Awesome Comics Podcast catch Up! (Let’s hope the boys didn’t mean what they said about cattle prods and anchovies if I got behind again, eh?) Dan Butcher, Vince Hunt and Tony Esmond have been chatting with some great indie comic creators over the past few weeks, including Al Ewing, Jon LockContinue reading The Awesome Comics Podcast Catch Up: Creating Comics with Al Ewing, Jon Lock, Sarah Millman and more

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Weighing in with Big Punch Studios

Over the last few years, British indie publisher¬†Big Punch Studios have shown that they are turning into one of the most interesting and original small press outfits on the scene. They’re a breeding ground for originality both in content and approach to the market and are, without a doubt, some of the most infectiously enthusiasticContinue reading Weighing in with Big Punch Studios

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Panel Borders: Local Anthologies

Continuing the new series of Panel Borders as an hour long monthly show, Alex Fitch talks to a quartet of young comic book creators and an editor / graphic designer, about anthology titles that utilise local talent. Cartoonist Erica Smith recalls her influential zine Girl Frenzy, made by Brightonians in the 1990s in an interviewContinue reading Panel Borders: Local Anthologies