Monthly Archives: May 2013

New Award Celebrates the Best in Graphic Fiction

This summer, the Edinburgh International Book Festival has promised to focus on comics like never before. The programme will be announced in three weeks’ time – in the meantime, we’re keeping shtum – but we can report another exciting development. … Continue reading

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Glyn Dillon to Speak at the London Literature Festival, Sunday 26th May

This Sunday, The Nao of Brown creator Glyn Dillon will be talking Brit comics with Stephen Collins (The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil) and Mary Talbot (Dotter of her Father’s Eyes) in a discussion chaired by graphic novel expert Paul Gravett. The event, … Continue reading

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From Classic to Graphic: SelfMadeHeroes discuss adaptations at BD & Comics Passion

In SelfMadeHero’s most popular blog post ever, Rob Davis discussed how he approached the adaptation of Don Quixote into a graphic novel. When he told people he was going to adapt Cervantes’ 1,000-page classic into graphic form, most people questioned … Continue reading

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