. For those of you who once shocked the French in Angoulême during their annual BD Festival by drinking bars dry, and those of you who’ve laughed when hotels fail to understand some comic fans capacity for drinking… there’s good news, because three “comic and beer” events are coming your way this month. (Please note,Continue reading Comics and Beer? No-one’s going to find that attractive, right? But if you do…
If you’ve been listening to the Awesome Comics Podcast recently, you’ll know that I’ll be running the Nobrow table at Thought Bubble in Leeds over the weekend of 22nd – 23rd September 2018. We’ll be situated at Table 28 in the grand Victoria Hall. My first full outing for this company coincides with their firstContinue reading Netflix Primer: Luke Pearson’s “Hilda” – a quick guide to the graphic novels
Thought Bubble has announced they’ll be welcoming comics writer Warren Ellis as a special guest to this year’s convention in Leeds (22nd – 23rd September). Warren will be giving special keynote talks on each day of 2018’s con. You can find out more information on these appearances here. Warren’s attendance is for talks only (whichContinue reading Warren Ellis to deliver Thought Bubble Keynote Talks, 2000AD creator competition details revealed
The spring Thought Bubble update has gone live over on the popular annual event’s website and it’s a big one – because tickets are now on sale. Thought Bubble 2018 runs from 17th – 23rd September, at venues across Leeds (and beyond!) with its centre-piece convention taking place on 22nd and 23rd September in theContinue reading Thought Bubble tickets on sale now
It’s been a busy week, and not just in terms of stories posted on downthetubes. Among other things, I’ve been to London (not for London Film and Comic Con, which looked incredible, but to discuss an exciting comics project at the British Library); got a sneak peek at the amazing The Spirit newspaper edited by SeanContinue reading That Was the Comic Week That Was: New Aces Weekly, Strontium Dog, Moomins – and a chance to get your work in 2000AD – and Mr Men!