Yes, it’s true. I have seen it with my own eyes. There is a thing called a “Sun” and the UK is basking within its warm glow. But people of a comic loving nature may need a little more to fully warm those cockles… Well how about a(nother) Comic Convention?
This years Kapow Comic Convention is being held on the 19th & 20th May at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. Last years event was epic and it seems that 2012 is also going to be a memorable occasion, with Warren Ellis, Joe Quesada, Frank Quietly and many many more attending.
Tickets for the event are still available at £35 for the whole weekend or £20 for a single day.
Do you feel that there are not enough comic events in your life right now? Well, never fear. Just make sure you have a pen ready to write down this important message:
BD & Comic Passion / 24-27 May 2012 / Institut Francais. Or you could just throw away your pen and visit this website again because the information isn’t going anywhere.
There is so much organised during these 4 days, rather than list it here, click on the link below where you will be blessed with everything you need to know.
I for one am excited to check out what Guy Delisle has to say. What interests you?
Its close to the end of the month and most of us are in the same boat, skint and counting down the days until payday. So what better way to to limit ones cash-flow than to go to the Comica Festival in Bishopsgate… and end up blowing all that was left in my bank account. *sigh*
So to appease my financial guilt, I thought it good to share with you dear readers some of my finds… Continue reading
Do you like Comics? Do you like Fairs? Do you like Bishopsgate? Do you like Institutes? If so you’re in for a treat dear reader. The Spring Comica Comiket Independent Comics Fair at the Bishopsgate Institute will be held Saturday April 21st, which just happens to be this weekend! Continue reading
I have been told on numerous occasions to be less precious with my work, to get it out there and not to worry. The issue with this is that I think like most artists, I am precious. I always feel that I could do better. That what turns up on paper isn’t what I had imagined.
|Sample: Page 1 from “The Muse of the Lower World”