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
(via BugPowder): On sale now is the RhiZome Anthology, a weird but wonderful-looking 48-page black and white science-fiction and fantasy anthology, co-edited by Rob Jackson and Kyle Baddeley-Read. The anthology contains stories by Max Mose, Rob, Kyle Baddeley-Read, John Robbins and Pete Batchelor and contains an interview with David Huxley (the creator of Nasty Tales).Continue reading Rob Jackson releases RhiZome sci-fi anthology comic
Happy Kitty Spa Holistic Day Spa, by Gemma Correll (with thanks to Matt Badham): The latest online edition of Comical Animal is online now, a diverse compendium of animal-inspired comic strips and cartoons. Released quarterly, Issue 7 includes tributes to the Pink Panther and features contributions from Fred Blunt, Gemma Correll, Spirou comic’s Geoffrey AlistairContinue reading New Comical Animal released in the wild (web, that is)
(Above: Sarah McIntyre doodling for charity.) Time for another tube surf… Richard Bruton of the Forbidden Planet International blog has posted a preview of Will Kirkby’s magnificent looking Tuk Tuk comic. See it here. Also at that blog, there’s the third and final in a series of reports on the Birmingham Comicon, this time writtenContinue reading Tube Surfing: Midnight Openings, Shocking Twists and Some Ace New Comics
Bumble Billy by Gary Northfield A quick reminder that Jim Medway’s Comical Animal, a bi-monthly online publication for comic, cartoon and kids books aficionados, is on course for a proper launch in December. Sponsored by Good Grief! and Blank Slate Books, Jim is taking submissions for strips, articles, reviews and illustrations for the first fullContinue reading Let’s hear it for some Comical Animals!