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Thought Bubble in words and pictures

November 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Thought Bubble is the best comic festival in Britain, celebrating so much about Comics and bringing together great people. The event continues to set impressive standards, and the stunning amount of comics and creators available...

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Black and Asian Writers conference

November 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Black and Asian Writers conference 2016, 8th October 2016, Manchester I went to the 8th Black and Asian Writers conference, which has been running for thirty years now, and found that it was being hosted in...

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Steve Dillon’s artwork in 2000 AD was attractive, clean, and neat, able to portray scenes and actions dynamically, grabbing the reader and telling the story at a pace that was electric. I had stopped reading...

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Even though I finished work at 5.30AM in London on a mild autumnal Saturday morning, within a few hours I was in the Camden Court Hotel in Dublin’s city centre, amongst friends and fans at...

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Dublin Comic Con Report

August 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Dublin Comic Con – Convention Centre Dublin, 6th and 7th of August 2016 You know when you board a plane in London, bound for Dublin, and people are wearing the trappings and paraphernalia of comics...

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Reviews: Unearthing Live

May 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

‘Unearthing’ was an essay piece Alan Moore wrote for ‘City of Disappearances’ in 2006. This collection edited by Iain Sinclair was over 650 pages long, with almost sixty contributors and brought together a fabulous array...

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It is rare that so many cool things could align so nicely. A free copy of 2000 AD is pretty much a boon, but finding that it contains a ‘Fiends of the Eastern Front’ story...

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In the centre of Bloomsbury, surrounded as it is by institutions that care and the industry of literature, the Cartoon Museum made a fabulously fitting venue for the launch of The Red Virgin and the...

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Keith Burns GavA exhibition at the Royal Air Force Club, Piccadilly, London Keith Burns is currently on art duties on Johnny Red from Titan Books, ably written by Garth Ennis (see here for a review...

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This is a phenomenal experience, it exceeded my expectations and I was blown away by the calibre of the artwork on display. The Cartoon Museum has amassed the finest examples of comic art, an incredible...

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