One trip ends, another begins…
After a hugely successful New York Comic-Con I’m heading to England for a week-and-a-bit to take part in some fun events over there.
First off is the 1st ever Lakes International Comic Arts Festival in Kendal (northern England). It’s a brand new initiative and I was added as a last-minute artist guest. I will be in the Comics Clock Tower all weekend (Sat, Oct 19-Sun, Oct 20), a cool spot at the show. I’m looking forward to seeing how the show is this year – and I’ve heard such amazing things about that part of the country!
I will then return to England to do a talk at Shakespeare’s Globe for Dr. Farah Karim-Cooper‘s class (and other guests). I’m pretty chuffed (British term, I believe…) for this one – I was in awe when on tour of the Globe last year (my first visit) and this should be a great time.
Finally, I will be appearing at the London Comic-Con on Fri, Oct 25 – Sun, Oct 27th. I attended the show back in May and it was a great time with great sales, so I’m really looking forward to attending again.
As you may or may not be able to tell, I really like England and am looking forward to the trek again. It’ll be great to see friends like Emma Vieceli, Andrew Tunney, Yishan Li and others – at either show. I’m also really chuffed to see Punchdrunk’s latest production, The Drowned Man (attending on Wednesday).
Hopefully I’ll see my British fellows while I’m there!