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.
Filed under: Events | Tags: AlanGrant, FrankQuitely, Glasgow Comic Con, GrantMorrison, JamesDevlin, JimStarlin, JimStewart, JohnFarman, JohnWagner, ShaNazir
Here at Comics Anonymous we travel round the country throughout the year to get our fix of comic conventions – so it makes a nice change to be able to roll out of bed on a Saturday morning and only spend 20 minutes in the car getting to this weekend’s Glasgow Comic Con. It also means that after a long day of conning, posts like these can be done from the comfort of your own sofa, and not holed up in a hotel room – bliss! Here are Craig and Gary’s views on Day 1.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Adam Balson, Colin Bell, Garry McLaughlin, Gillian Hatcher, Glasgow Comic Con, Glasgow League of Writers, Gordon McClean, Gordon Robertson, Ian Buchanan, Ian Laurie, James Corcoran, James Fairlie, Jane Sayer, Jason Mathis, John Lees, Luke Halsall, Martin Newman, Thor Fjalaasson
We’re at the height of comic con season which, for small press, usually means new issues and collections being released here and there over the course of the con calendar. Later this week the Glasgow Comic Con kicks off, bringing high profile guests, more venue space and the Scottish Independent Comic Book Awards (or SICBAs for short) – however it’ll also see the launch of the very first anthology from the Glasgow League of Writers – simply titled GLoW 1.