sum, where I went: LICAF 2017

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Lakes International Comic Arts Festival Kendal 13/10/17 – 15/10/17 LICAF 2017 I’ve missed one LICAF so far. A willingness to travel so far – knowing how bad the roads/trains will be EVERY BLOOMIN’ TIME! – probably indicates how positively I view the festival. Previously, I have gone as a visitor or an exhibitor, but in […]

CATALOGUE: ComicPopUp Brighton

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What to buy… 02/05/17 Catalogue of small press comics to buy May 13 Comicpopup is go! (see HERE for the latest updates) more blogs

sum thin happening: ComicPopUp Brighton

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An Event 13/05/17 One day pop-up shop selling small press comics Comicpopup is go! (see HERE for the latest updates) Saturday May 13, 2017 part of the Brighton Artists Open Houses festival (selling comics to comics readers and a whole new audience) in a family-friendly pizza pub The Hanover, Queens Park Road, Brighton BN2 9ZB map here (buses […]

summit, I red: Eric The Red

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Review 02/02/17 Eric The Red – King of Winter by SØREN MOSDAL Published by Centrala 234 x 312mm; 136 pages; ISBN: 978-0-9933951-4-7 As a lifelong reader of Norse mythology and Icelandic Sagas, this book was always going to attract me, but stories about subjects we love disappoint more often than they delight. Could King Of Winter evoke […]

summit, I did: Draw The Line

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Draw The Line: Concrete Political Actions 18/01/17 Post-Trump Election, a lot of people were feeling shocked. Cartoonists are people too… One of my comicking friends, Myfanwy Tristram, went for a run and came back with a good idea: a comicbook of concrete actions one can take when the prevailing politics are going against their core […]

Fat Cats strip

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Fat Cats

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sumhow, I fort: comics evangelism

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NOT a manifesto 24/11/16 a.k.a. how do we get more people reading comics? The glib answer is ‘make better comics’, but there are already more good comics in print (nevermind online or being published tomorrow) than any reasonable consumer could hope to work their way through. There are arguably enough great comics extant to keep […]

summit, I red: Disco Cry

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Review 15/11/16 Disco Cry by Marianna Serocka Published by Centrala £16.00 130 x 170mm; 240 pages; ISBN: 978-0-9933951-3-0 ‘based on a true story’ The size, heft and physicality of Disco Cry has quite a role to play in the reading of the book, so using phone snaps rather than scans for this review seems to […]

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