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December 22 2008

Oli Smith has a video diary from the last ever London Underground Comic's stall at Camden Market. Keep on eye on the London Underground Comics, because they have plans ...

# Posted by Jez Higgins
December 18 2008

Comics Blogger Extraordinaire Anna Mondo has interviewed Gary Northfield.

# Posted by Dan Fish1000
December 14 2008

The just-started Comic Production Processes thread on boards.ie already possesses some worthwhile posts. A "fairly atypical" approach described by Patrick Brown is just a little startling.

# Posted by John Robbins

there's a preview of chris doherty's video nasties here, and if you like it, the 89 page collection is available from lulu.com

decadence comics are available from their website

gareth brookes has a new blog

# Posted by Stevo Tillotson
December 10 2008

I'll be at LUXMAS this weekend. Why don't you come too?

Where: Alphabet Bar, Beak Street
When: Saturday 13th December, 12 noon til late
Why: To celebrate the end of London Underground Comics’ epic 75 day run in Camden Lock Market over the past year… and Christmas as well.
What: There will be DJs from 6pm til late, drinking, merriment, a large communal comics table exhibiting the finest of British small press as well as an exhibition of original art by the core members of the LUC team which will run until the 20th of December.

More details and sneak previews at the link!

# Posted by Dan Fish1000

i am giving away artwork at the banal pig blog. not strictly comics, but please have a look anyway.

# Posted by Stevo Tillotson
December 9 2008

Almost half of Bob (Twited Tales) Byrne's graphic novel, Mister Amperduke, is available for viewing on his Clamnuts site.

# Posted by John Robbins
December 3 2008

Martin Flynn, Illustration Awards Manager at the Victoria & Albert Museum writes:

Entries are now being accepted for the 2009 V&A Illustration Awards for publications produced between August 2007 and December 2008. We have made a few improvements this year to make the entry process easier and the prizes more attractive. We have also changed the eligibility criteria to enable artists living in Britain but publishing elsewhere to apply. All entries can now be submitted online at:

You can upload up to three images for any publication and add links to as many more images as you feel appropriate. There is no limit on the number of entries that artists or publishers can submit.
Our judges will choose their shortlist from online entries and then choose final winners from printed copies of the publications.

I look forward to receiving your entries.

# Posted by Stevo Tillotson