Last weekend was the 2014 London Super Comic Con – another enjoyable event over two days. I was please to have met many new people and all the comics available!
Costumes were abound within the Excel and outside in some glorious weather. There was also the first Cosplay competition held at LSCC
If you’re a fan of the old Eagle titles or similar – check out Massacre for boys. I had some good times talking about the digital comics market!
Hot off the success of his excellent title featured on Comixology Submit Jon Lock’s Afterlife Inc was selling well!
It’s a big hall with no bottlenecks!
Many costumed adventurers about too!
Kiru – hot off the heels of their successful Kickstarter
IDW Publishing – escaped from customs to arrive in the UK – top guys with some beautiful hardcover titles
2000AD with some early editions of the Megazine and 2000AD as well as some collections!
Zenescope were working the crowd hard with freebies and some partying!
Si Spurrier & Kieron Gillen were constant on Avatar Press’s booth!
Geeky Comics with some excellent titles and some thoughts on digital comics!
LSCC mainstay Markosia were busy with some new releases!
Boom & Kaboom were excellent with the younger visitors!
All Knightz working hard and posing well!
Titan Comics had a great selection of titles available
Moon was one of my print gems bought!
It’s #NCBD, and here are the latest digital comics for the week of 2nd June 2021 Unless otherwise linked, all comics shown here can be found on Amazon/ComiXology. If you buy on Amazon, you will also be
Coming soon on Kickstarter, the long-awaited conclusion to the excellent Theatrics is from TPub Comics. Never before has a comic brought me so much tension. After what seems like a lifetime ago, I was lucky
From Rebellion this week is the latest Prog of 2000 AD – It’s Prog 2235 Judge Dredd: Brief Encounter by Ken Niemand (w) Dylan Teague (a) Annie Parkhouse (l) A different look at the lot of