Graphic Brighton 2019

Graphic Brighton 2019 dates announced

This year’s Graphic Brighton symposium will be taking place on 3rd and 4th May at the University of Brighton City Campus – and features a great line up of independent comic creators. The two day event will be a mixture of talks, panel discussions and workshops on the subject of educational comics, where comics areContinue reading Graphic Brighton 2019 dates announced

ComicPopUp Brighton - Landscape

New ComicPopUp Brighton revives indie comic creators cooperative ideas to sell comics

ComicPopUp Brighton is a new event happening on Saturday 13th May 2017, a one-day small-press/art comics shop that’s part of the Brighton Artists Open House Festival. Selling comics to comics readers and a whole new audience in a family-friendly pizza pub, with all sales money going to the creators, its a great idea where creatorsContinue reading New ComicPopUp Brighton revives indie comic creators cooperative ideas to sell comics

Excerpt from Blue is the Warmest Colour review by Sally-Anne Hickman

Electric Sheep Magazine’s comic Jubilee

Previously a print periodical from Wallflower Press (Summer 2008 – Winter 2009), Electric Sheep is a cult and world cinema review magazine that has existed before and since as a website, carrying on many of the features of the print version. These include a different theme per issue, interviews, features and one review a monthContinue reading Electric Sheep Magazine’s comic Jubilee

Could your webcomic be part of WASP 2014?

Earlier this year, twelve artists created some fantastic and unique strips swapping art duties amongst their respective webcomics and working to each others’ scripts.  Now the team gearing up for Round Two – and throwing down the challeneg to other crators to come aboard.   These amazing creators are already looking forward to joining organiser RichyContinue reading Could your webcomic be part of WASP 2014?

Radio shows on experimental animation / British webcomics

I’m ready for my close-up: Animating the city Alex Fitch talks to the directors of two new cutting-edge animated films which mix animation and live action footage to beguiling effect. Zoltan Sostai discusses his film Cycle, a spiritual successor to Tron and The Matrix, which sees an astronaut trying to escape a bleak urban landscapeContinue reading Radio shows on experimental animation / British webcomics