A new exhibition at the Workers Gallery, in Ynyshir, Wales, features the work of comic creator Myfanwy Tristram, inspired by her Protest Comics.
Two anthology titles in the spotlight next week!
“Draw The Line: 100+ Things You Can Do To Change The World!” book launches in March, with real and virtual events
Draw The Line, a comics project now to be published as a book by Street Noise Books – and will launch with two events in the UK, one virtual and one in real life
Who will win this prestigious challenge?
Laydeez do Comics has announced the longlist for the 2019 Award for a graphic novel in progress by a female identifying UK-based creator. Authors were invited to submit a 12 page extract from the opening of a longer graphic work… Read More ›
Back in 2016, a group of comic creators from across the globe assembled as ‘Draw the Line: Concrete Political Actions Comics‘, hoping to focus protest at recent political developments into positive action. The project proved hugely popular – and now… Read More ›
More than 100 comics artists and illustrators from around the world have launched Draw the Line – a lively, visual guide to positive political action that anyone can take. A reaction to dramatic social, environmental and political changes in the United… Read More ›
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… Read More ›