Filed under: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Brian Bolland, Carlos Ezquerra, Dan Slott, David Finch, Gary Frank, J. Scott Campbell, John Wagner, Judge Minty, Limited Edition, LSCC 2013, Neal Adams
Who knew that a year could flash passed so quickly and with the hyped memories of last years LSCC still fresh it was a lessened attendance from the Comic Anon gang with just me (G-Man) making the journey down to our capital for this years show. Post bus journey BUT post-hotel upgrade…..I was all set for this years event.
Into December and we’ve got some BIG releases this week – Marvel Now again continues to stagger those new #1′s and there’s a fair share of interesting titles elsewhere too.
There’s three things that signal that the year is almost at an end – it’s dark in the mornings, the shops have Christmas decorations up and the Thought Bubble weekend. Our favourite wintry comic con that’s near the end of a long con season has come and gone – but not without a visit from comic fans, comic creators and Comics Anonymous!
Ever wanted to see the Comics Anon gang in action? Do you have a burning question to ask us? Would you like to buy us a drink? Or do you just want to stare at us blankly until we feel a little uncomfortable? Well this weekend you can do all of the above and more since Comic Anonymous will be setting up camp at this year’s Thought Bubble in Leeds!
Filed under: Events | Tags: Cameron Stewart, Dundee Comics Day, Frank Quitely, Frazer Irving, Grant Morrison, Multiversity, Peter Doherty, Rian Hughes, Wonder Woman
Sunday the 28th of October saw the Dundee Literary Festival with its regular Comic themed day but with a clear focus on one person in particular – Grant Morrison.
The Irish Comics News have just opened up the voting for this years awards and you have 2 weeks to get your nominations in – closing the 16th November.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Andy Diggle, Ben McCool, CB Cebulski, D.I.C.E., Dave Johnson, Declan Shalvey, Doug Braithwaite, Dublin, Jeannine Schaeffer, Jeff Parker, John Layman, John McCrea, Jordie Bellaire, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Kieron Gillen, Lauren Sankovitch, Mark Doyle, Matt Fraction, Nate Cosby, Nick Roche, Stephen Mooney, The Big Bang, Tommy Lee Edwards
We’re hurtling towards the end of 2012 but that doesn’t mean the Comics Anonymous gang can’t still make the last of their Comic Con’s for the year and so I made the trip to Dublin’s fair city to take in the Dublin International Comic Expo (D.I.C.E.) being run by the team behind The Big Bang comic shop.
Filed under: Events | Tags: AkiratheDon, ChrisBurnham, DarrickRobertson, FrankQuitely, GerardWay, GrantMorrison, JasonArron, JHWilliamsIII, JimLee, JonathanHickman, MaxLandis, MorrisonCon, Multiversity, PaxAmericana, RobertKirkman
What do comics, the desert and a rock’n'roll hotel have in common? Normally nothing at all, but for one special weekend at the end of September, the three merged together to form a very special comic convention – one we’ve never seen the likes of before and possibly may never again – and they called it Morrisoncon.
We show our favourite comic creators just home much we love them week in, week out by buying their books and talking about them, but why not go one step further and actually award them for their achievements in comics? Well now you can help by taking part in the British Comic Awards.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Batman, Glasgow Comic Con, GordonMcLean, JimStarlin, JohnFarman, JohnLees, JohnWagner, No More Heroes, School of the Damned, ShaNazir, The Standard
We’re just recovering from the weekend and coming to terms with having to be back to work today, but here’s Gary and Craig’s look back at what the second day of the Glasgow Comic Con had to offer. Make sure to check our Day 1 coverage too, since there’s loads of revealing bits from Mr Grant Morrison about his upcoming Multiversity series in there too.