We'll be at Leeds, Thought Bubble event, in the new Marquee in the centre of town. And this year we'll have a host of creators on hand all weekend signing at the BHP stand.
Gary Chudleigh: All Weekend
Sha Nazir: All Weekend
Frank Quitely: Signing at set times TBA
Tanya Roberts: All Weekend
John Wagner: All Weekend
Thursday 28 September 2017
Learn how to survive and thrive in the comics industry with hot tips from Gary Chudleigh (Plagued) and Alan Grant (Rok of the Reds, 2000AD). Comics fan John McShane leads the discussion.
This event is free to under-25's. You may be asked to show ID with your date of birth on collection of tickets, and at the event venue.
Free for Under 25s, to book, visit the website.
ECAF, Edinburgh Comic Art Festival, aims to be a hub for comics over the last weekend of Book Week Scotland, story telling is important in Scotland and even more so in the capital. ECAF is a great first time event for anyone new to comic books and a familiar setting if you’re an old hand.
If you love art, love reading and love stories, then this is the prefect event for you whether you’re 9 or 90.
ECAF is a uniquely vibrant and inspiring gathering of artists, comic authors, fans and readers. Help us maintain Edinburgh’s reputation as the world’s leading literary City by showing your support attending the event and buying a new book to read.
BHP Comics is proud to present Tomorrow, a speculative fiction graphic novel by acclaimed screenwriter Jack Lothian and artist Garry Mac.
When an old lady wakes up one morning to find the rest of the world has disappeared, she struggles to cope with the loneliness and isolation. But then she finds out she might not be quite alone as she thought…
Tomorrow is a haunting sci-fi story, in a prestige format one-shot graphic novel, from screenwriter Jack Lothian (Strike Back, Doc Martin, Shameless, Skins) and artist Garry Mac (Gonzo Comic, Freak Out Squares).
The name Frank Quitely has become synonymous with such iconic characters as Batman, Superman and the X-Men, and Scottish comics book artist Vincent Deighan – the man behind the pen name – has become an artist of similarly titanic proportions. Collaborations with such greats as Grant Morrison and Neil Gaiman, along with contracts with the two giants of comics publishing, DC and Marvel, have marked Quitely’s path to the top of his game.
An exhibition at Kelvingrove Museum and Gallery which runs until beginning of October charts this trajectory, showcasing the largest collection Quitely’s ever displayed, as well as presenting a selection of his influences and inspiration, from an original Batman comic strip to the Broons. Frank will be joining us for a really very special event to present the book published to go alongside the exhibition. We’ll be transforming the shop into a mini gallery itself for Frank to chat all things comics with writer and illustrator Sasha de Buyl-Pisco, and of course to answer any questions you yourself might bring along.
This event is free but booking is essential.