Comic Book Review: Space Precinct Zero by Chris Chandler

So a little about the writer, Chris Chandler. He is a writer and letterer currently based in  Dunfermline, Scotland but originally from Wigan, England and after a really pleasant interaction with him on Twitter I was empowered to check out his comic book series Space Precinct Zero. You can find him and his comic book … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Space Precinct Zero by Chris Chandler

Comic Book Review: Money Shot by Sarah Beattie & Tim Seeley

Okay, so first up let’s talk a little about the people behind the comic. Sarah Beattie, is a writer and comedian, originally from Hawaii. She first came to my attention back in 2019 after some of her tweets regarding Trump and MAGA went viral. I found that her social media identity was fun, and I … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Money Shot by Sarah Beattie & Tim Seeley

Comic Book Review: Beats of War by Etienne Kubwabo

So this is my first comic book review and I’m still working out how exactly I’m going to do these reviews so please bear with me. I think I’ll start with a little bit about the author. Etienne Kubwabo, who gave us Scotland’s first black superhero, is originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Beats of War by Etienne Kubwabo

Why as a Writer you should visit The Seven Stories Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art Exhibition at the Dick Institute by by Madison Hope-Tatnell

On Tuesday 15th October, I got the opportunity to explore The Seven Stories Comics: Explore & Create Comic Art exhibition. I have rarely been into comics in my life. So with that, I expected to spend about ten minutes at the exhibition taking in the comic examples with the added history, comments and opinions for … Continue reading Why as a Writer you should visit The Seven Stories Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art Exhibition at the Dick Institute by by Madison Hope-Tatnell

Interview with Mel Rowlands (AnimeLeague)

First off tell me about yourself, and the core team at AnimeLeague? My name is Mel. I’m part of the organising team and my main job I Stage Management, so this ranges from getting guests (voice actors, cosplay guests etc), timetabling, running the stages and I run the social media pages. I also help with … Continue reading Interview with Mel Rowlands (AnimeLeague)

Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics set to open at Kelvingrove Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow is set to host Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics from 1st April to 1st October 2017. Personally I’m looking forward to this event because it's nice to see comic books which are often seen less as art and more as disposable entertainment receive some attention. In addition … Continue reading Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics set to open at Kelvingrove Museum