True Believers 2020 is this Saturday, at the Jury’s Inn in Cheltenham. Tickets look to be £8.00 in advance and £10.00 on the day.

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Appearing this year, for the first time – FQP! Yep, your favourite small press comics will be making the hazardous trip along the M5 to Cheltenham for the very first time, bringing visitors copies of FutureQuake, something Wicked, Dogbreath, Zarjaz and Neroy Sphinx!

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But wait, that’s not all – scanning through the list of attendees you can also find:
Accent UK,
The Awesome comics podcast folk,
Steve Sims – (who produces the Beast Huntin’ Battle Badgers comics – you have to see these to believe just how good they are),
Big Punch studios (That’s probably going to be Jon, off of Afterlife Inc),
Dan Cornwell,
Dave Broughton (with new Shaman Kane, I believe),
Disconnected Press (You ‘do’ have a copy of Sentient Zombie Space Pigs, right?)
Dylan  Teague,
Gustffo Vargas – His comics are just incredible.
Mike Collins,
Nick Bryan and finally
Timebomb comics – Some lovely lettering on their books…

Doors open at 10.30, so come along and say hi!

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War Cars – New comic

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Mallet comics have once again delivered us a slice of vintage entertainment that we were most likely not even aware of. Archivist, Bryan Coyle has finally managed to hunt down and restore this classic run from Ian Furman and Carlo Ferringo.

Now available from comiXology this is a welcome addition to the line-up from Mallet, certainly a publisher to watch!

 

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Arnie – The Flaming Bag Of Dog-Poo!

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Now available on comiXology – Arnie is a project by writer Joe Cervelin and artists Jackson Gebien and Denis Pacher. Stating right now that I lettered this, so that is why I’m plugging it.

Arnie is one of the more unusual projects I’ve worked on in the last couple of years, but it is a fun book that deserves to find an audience.

A direct descendant of the ‘underground comix’, Arnie appears light and fluffy but there is a heart to the book that is worth finding.

Get it from here on comixology.