A number of League of Comicers have webcomics running just now so this seems like a good time to go round them all so you aren’t missing out on the tasty new pages that come out each week!
The most recent addition to the line up is Galdr from Ell J Walker. It is a comic about the inherent power behind words, mental health and the importance of communication. It updates on Fridays at galdrcomic.com
Isle of Eye from Zu Dominaik finished it’s first chapter not long ago and is now well on the way through its second. This slow burning horror set on its titular creepy Isle updates on Thursdays at isleofeye.com
Yesterday War is the latest comic from Zhou Fang. Two girls fight the future do their best to hold on to hope. This comic updates Sundays on Tapas.
Inhibit is Eve Greenwood’s comic. This story about superhero teens struggling to control their powers has been on the go for a while now and its first collected volume was nominated for 3 SICBA awards! I know right? The webcomic updates on Wednesdays at inhibitcomic.com
Hari Conner’s slow burning romance/fantasy comic Finding Home continues to update on Mondays on Tapas. It was recently collected into its second volume so there is lots to read if you are new to the comic.
Two League of Comicers currently have projects funding on Kickstarter!
Eve Greenwood is collecting the first book of their comic Inhibit. It’s a story about teens at a school for heroes who can’t control their powers. Check out the Kickstarter here!
Also, Steven Ingram is funding the second issue of his short story collection series MurMur! This issue contains two comics, A Viking Burial and Solus. You can take a look at the Kickstarter at this link.
Zu’s New Webcomic
For the last few months Zu Dominiak has been updating a new webcomic Isle of Eye, a slow burning horror about a regular guy trying to find his wife on the mysterious, titular Isle. You can read it from the beginning by clicking here.
It’s been a busy week for some ELCers this month. Here’s a wee round-up of what they’ve been up to…
Cowboy Bebop Kickstarter
Will Morris has a comic appearing in a new anthology from Short Box celebrating the seminial anime Cowboy Bebop. It is currently Kickstarting and features some work from a great range of artists. Definitly worth checking out!
Edward Ross recently turned a story by himself and Stephen Goodall into a choose your own adventure game. You can play it here! Try and save your sister from the clutches of the mysterious Glow cult!
Zhou Fang’s Garden Kickstarter
Another Kickstarter that you should take a look at this month is this one for a reprint of Zhou Fang’s award winning comic Garden. If you don’t have the book yet this is the perect opportunity to pick it up!
A busy month for Zu!
It’s been another busy month for Zu Dominiak! They have put together an interactive non-linear comic called My Hair as part of the 2018 Emerging Writers Festival. You can play/read it here! We’ll have an interview with Zu about the comic coming up here soon.
As well as that they recently started a new webcomic, Isle of Eye. It looks very interesting so far! You can keep up with it here!
Edinburgh Comic Art Festival – 25th Nov
Also, it’s ECAF this month! November 25th at Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Leith. There will be a bunch of ELC artists there so look out for a post here next week with details of where we will all be. See you then!
UPDATE: Unfortunately Dunfermline Comic Con has had to be cancelled. You can read a statement from the organisers here. The work put into the show by the Little Shop of Heroes crew each year is amazing so it’s such a shame that its become a victim of the weather. There is a GoFundMe page here to help the Graingers get over the financial impact of cancelling the show
Take a look at that poster artwork done by Hari Conner for this years Dunfermline Comic Con!
We’re currently gripped in Snowpocalypse Now in central Scotland, but barring any ice related mishaps some League of Comicers will be at Dunfermline Comic Con on Saturday 3rd March. Here’s where to find us at the con:
Hari is a guest at the con this year. You’ll find them at table 48 in the Glen Pavilion.