Filed under: Events | Tags: Dan McDaid, Gary Erskine, John McCrea, MacMillan Cancer Support, Marc Ellerby, Marc Laming, Nerd Fest, Nottingham Comic Con, paul grist, Steve Beckett, The Ear Foundation', The Marfan Trust
The term “end of an era” gets tagged onto a number of things these days but with the news that Red Hot Comics & its founder Ivor Davis have parted company…..it’s the only term that seems to hold enough weight to get that message across.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Dead Canary Comics, Earl's Court, Edward James Olmos, Howard Chaykin, Jamie Bamber, Jim Alexander, Josh Sherwell, LFCC, Lou Scannon, Mike Garley, Rachael Smith, Robert Hays, Stan Lee, The Kill Screen, True Believers Comic Awards
Last weekend (11th-13th July) saw the annual London Film and Comic Con hit – a new con for me to attend but one that had me hyped with the guests in attendance and possibility of a weekend to remember.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Alan Grant, Black Hearted Press, CCA, Colin Bell, Colin MacNeil, Erik Larsen, Frank Quitely, Gail Simone, Garry Mac, Gary Chudleigh, Gary Kelly, Glasgow Comic Con, Howard Chaykin, John Lees, John Wagner, Peter Milligan, SICBA, Tanya Roberts, Team Girl Comic
Saturday & Sunday saw Glasgow Comic Con kick-off the summer of comics for me and while the sun shone for the whole weekend (minus a few minor downpours that soon dried up) the guests, comics and cosplayers were all in attendance.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Alan Grant, BHP, Declan Shalvey, Jim Alexander, Jordie Bellaire, Leo Manco, Moon Knight, Something Bloody Awesome, The Bogie Man, Will Pickering
The 12th & 13th of April saw Hero Conventions bring us the first (and hopefully not the last) Something Bloody Awesome Comic Con in Edinburgh.
Filed under: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Art Adams, Charlie Adlard, Dan Slott, Fiona Watson Photography, Frank Cho, Gary Frank, Howard Chaykin, Jon Lock, Jonathan Ross, Lou Scannon, LSCC 2014, Peter David, Revenge, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man 2099, Superior Spider-Man
With the flashbacks of last year’s bus journey to London for LSCC, I’m pleased to say that Comics Anonymous, comprising me and our official photographer (My wife Fiona), had the train/hotel organized well in advance. The process for press passes may have become more involved with a formal application but we were lucky enough to receive two for the event and last weekend (15th & 16th March) saw the event kick-off the con calendar in style.
The countdown as on and with just 2 weeks to go :D it’s surely time to start some prep work……or at least take a closer look at what the hell I’m going to take to get signed…….who I’d like to maybe check-in with for a sketch…..and who would be free for an interview…..that’s IF I don’t get way to excited and get lost in comic box somewhere along the way.