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Jamie Smart will be signing at the MCM Expo next weekend and will be giving away free stuff to the first five people in the queue who bring along a copy of Find Chaffy to get signed! Also if you buy any of his T-shirts or toys from TopatoCo you get a free comic!
Daniel Clifford has written a piece for the Forbidden Planet International blog about the superb What Is The Point In Small press Superheroes? panel at Bristol. Also he is now selling his Sugar Glider badge & sticker sets online.
Comic Book Outsiders is hosting a recording of "The Task Of Blood: Creating Slaughterman's Creed" - bloody marvellous stuff!
Stephen Downey is currently selling brilliant original artwork from Cancertown, Slaughterman's Creed and Torchwood. If you're interested contact him via email or via his Twitter
Andy Bloor is also selling his amazing original art from his The Wolfmen, Fall Of The Wolfmen and his numerous Accent UK anthology short stories. Contact him via his Email, Facebook or Twitter
Corey Brotherson and Sergio Calvet's Magic Of Myths is now available to buy in Birmingham's Nostalgia & Comics as well as online
Jennie Gyllblad has posted a brilliant doodleblog of her Bristol Expo experience HERE. The energy bunny of comics also has a new Facebook page which you can find HERE.
Laura Sneddon's excellent series of online articles Women In Comics continues with Part 5: Red Sonja & Power Girl: A New Hope
Thought Bubble #1 - the new anthology for the Leeds Sequential Art Festival - all proceeds will go to Barnardos.
Caption convention is Austerity. Caption is the longest running comic convention in the UK, celebrates small press and indie press comics and is on the 6th-7th August at the East Oxford Community Centre. More info in Down The Tubes write-up HERE
Christchurch Kid's Blog has posted a superb breakdown of the creative process behind Glarin' Garen Ewing's sublime Rainbow Orchid - check it out HERE.
to learn of the death of incredible fantasy and comics artist Jeffrey Catherine Jones last week (18th May 2011). The best tribute I can think of is to simply link you to her comics, paintings and artwork.