TGC Collective -Memories 2017

Team Girl Collective draws to a close

The TGC Collective – the team behind That Girl Comic – is coming to an end this year. After eight years working together to showcase women comic artists in Scotland, the group have decided it’s time to move on to new projects and new collaborations. They have released a statement thanking everyone who has ever contributedContinue reading Team Girl Collective draws to a close

Creators @ Thought Bubble 2015: Part 2 – Small Press

The ninth annual Thought Bubble Festival took place in Leeds over the week of 9-15 November 2015, however it is the huge two-day comic convention over the weekend of 14-15 November that the vast majority of punters and creators think of when “Thought Bubble” is mentioned. Antony Esmond has already reviewed this year’s Thought BubbleContinue reading Creators @ Thought Bubble 2015: Part 2 – Small Press

Creators @ Glasgow Comic Con 2015 – Part 2

The fifth Glasgow Comic Con took place over the weekend of 4/5 July 2015 near the centre of Scotland’s largest city. downthetubes has already covered the convention with a preview and a review of the event and here we present the second part of our selection of the creators that were there over the weekend. Cosplay isContinue reading Creators @ Glasgow Comic Con 2015 – Part 2

Team Girl Comic 11 To Be Launched At Glasgow Comic Con

Glasgow’s Team Girl Comic collective will be officially launching the 11th issue of their TGC title at the Glasgow Comic Con this weekend. With a striking zero gravity cover by Maki Yamazaki, the A5 zine has 46 pages of black and white content with colour cover for £4. This issue features sixteen stories by a mixture of regularContinue reading Team Girl Comic 11 To Be Launched At Glasgow Comic Con

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Comic Soapbox Scotland showcases best of Scots political comics

  A new comics project, Comic Soapbox Scotland, is showcasing politically engaged comics created in Scotland. The team behind it say the project is non-partisan and wants to hear from everyone working in the field of political comic comment. Cartoonists featured so far include David Kerr, Bob Turner, Emma Johncock, David B Cooper and the Scottish Cartoon ArtContinue reading Comic Soapbox Scotland showcases best of Scots political comics