The second Edinburgh Comic Art Festival is happening this weekend and there will be a healthy contingent of League of Comics people there! It’s at Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street in Leith from 11am-4pm on Sunday 25th November. It’ll be great! And there’s FREE entry!
Here’s the map showing where we’ll all be:
Craig Cunningham at table 4a
Ell J Walker at table 4b
Zhou Fang at table 9a
Aimee Lockwood at table 12a
Eve Greenwood at table 13b
Luke Surl at table 28b
and Steven Ingram at table 30
Hopefully we’ll see you there!
It’s that time of year again… Thought Bubble and MCM Scotland will be on us next weekend (22-23 September for them both) and there will be a sprinkling of ELC artists at both events!
In the Comixology Marquee we’ll have Eddie Ross and Craig Cunningham, conveniently at the same table (no. 144). Eddie will have his new collection B-Sides & Rarities and Craig will have the Six Fingers of Fate anthology he was a part of Conspiracy!
In the Victoria Hall you’ll find Eve Greenwood at table 31 with their brand new comic Orange Plates which looks great!
Hari Conner will be in the Ask for Mercy Marquee. They’ve been super busy this year and will be debuting D&Doodles: Titan Walk, Drawings for the Isle of Mists and Volume 1 of the award winning webcomic Finding Home. Phew!
At the Dundee Uni table (35 in the Originals Marquee) you’ll be able to find Zu Dominiak’s new book Spider Sans. One not to be missed!
We don’t have a table map for MCM Scotland yet, but we’ll put one up if it becomes available before the show.
You’ll find Ell J Walker, Zhou Fang and Steven Ingram all in the Comic Village!
Ell will have her books The Kelpie and February the First, a collection of comics from this years Hourly Comics Day.
Zhou will have the award winning Garden and his latest comic Valravn.
aaaand Steven will have his graphic novel Left and comic MurMur no1.
Whichever show you’re at come and say hi to us! Hopefully we’ll see you there.
This year Edinburgh Comic Art Festival has partnered up with the Edinburgh Book Festival for what we’re sure will be a super awesome event! It’s next Sunday 12th August at the Principal Hotel, Charlotte Square and FREE entry, so there’s really no excuse not to stick your head around the door if you’re in town!
There will be a swathe of League of Comics artists there. Here’s where we’ll all be:
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Aimee Lockwood will be at Table 35a. She’ll have her art prints and the comics Pushinka and the brand new Still Life.
Eve Greenwood will be at Table 10. They’ll have the comic Deadinburgh and an illustration skecthbook from the webcomic Inhibit.
Ell J Walker will be at Table 29 with her comic The Kelpie along with her Beetle, Axolotl and Gazelle minis.
Steven Ingram will be on Table 26. He’ll have his graphic novel Left along with MurMur and Platyp-Eye comics.
Zhou Fang will be at Table 17b with his award winning graphic novel Garden.
Zu Dominiak will be at Table 34a lots of comics including the excellent Donut Trouble and Bird Boy.
Hopefully we’ll see you there!
It’s that time of year again… Glasgow Comic Con! The show is at the Royal Concert Hall on 30th June. A selection of yer League of Comic pals will be there:
In the Lomond Foyer we have:
Steven Ingram at table L6
Craig Cunninghan at L9
Ell J Walker at L10
Eve Greenwood at L33
and in the Clyde Foyer:
Hari Conner at table C33
You’ll also find some of Zu Dominiak’s awesome comics at the Inkpot Studios table at L30!
As well as this, while he doesn’t have a table, Zhou Fang’s has book Garden been nominated for the evening’s SICBA Awards in the Up and Coming Talent and Best Graphic Novel categories which is super exciting!
It should be a great day so hopefully we’ll see you there 🙂
Hey ho. It was Dunfermline Comic Con last weekend and it’s fast becoming one of the highlights of the Scottish comics year. A bunch of ELCers were there plying their wares …
This chap is Craig Cunningham who had his comic collection Ruined and popular Inkbots card prints.
This excitable lady is Ell Walker. She had her various comics including Beast in the Woods and her art prints.
Claire Hubbard was also there with her table of goodies. In there are her comic The Cats that Stared and the anthology she edited Video Games for Good.
Zu Dominiak had her 24 hour comic The Orb available among a plethora of other comics.
Zu and Claire evaded the cameras around their tables, however they were caught posing later on.
Hari Conner was displaying her colourful art including the comics Bernie the Demon and the almost (almost!) finished series Nyx in the Overworld.
Steven Ingram was there debuting the final part of his comic Left. Here he’s holding up the series in a thoroughly normal manner.
Also around was Luke Surl with his Suit-Up! playing cards. Apart from sneaking in the background of this pic he somehow avoided the cameras though.
A great, bubble tea fueled, day was had by all. Thanks to Little Shop of Heroes for putting on such a good event!