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SelfMadeHero at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival

It seems like yesterday that we were hopping on the train to Kendal for the inaugural Lakes International Comic Art Festival. With a long list of incredible guests and an impressive programme of events, it promised to be good. But the scale … Continue reading

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SelfMadeHero at Thought Bubble

This weekend, no less than seven – yes, seven! – amazing SelfMadeHero creators will be making their way to Leeds for Thought Bubble. Spread over four tables (103-106, New Dock Hall), the following artists will be signing, sketching and talking their way … Continue reading

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The Man Who Laughs and The Nao of Brown Shortlisted for British Comic Awards

  The British Comic Awards committee this morning announced the shortlist for this year’s prizes, and it’s good news for Mark Stafford and David Hine, and also for Glyn Dillon. The Man Who Laughs and The Nao of Brown are both shortlisted in the … Continue reading

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SelfMadeHero in the USA

Now that we’ve established ourselves as the leading light of the graphic novel renaissance in Britain, it’s time to roll up our sleeves and set about breaking America. After our launch in the States last year, we’ve already gained a … Continue reading

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SelfMadeHero at Thought Bubble 2012

This weekend (17th-18th November), we’ll be attending Thought Bubble in Leeds. If you haven’t been before, this is a fun, inclusive and generally excellent comic convention (if you have been before, you know this already). The full programme of events is … Continue reading

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Introducing… FROGSLEGS

“When you understand a frog through and through, you attain enlightenment” – Shunryu Suzuki Glyn Dillon’s The Nao of Brown has been picking up great reviews on both sides of the Atlantic. If you’ve read the book, you’ll recognise FROGSLEGS, the … Continue reading

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