Kill Shakespeare in England!

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.

No, I won't be on the stage...

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.

Will anyone check *my* passport...?

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!

  1. Charlotte Charlotte
    Charlotte replied on October 18, 2013 at 11:16 am

    Can’t wait to see you there! First encountered the series in May, and fair flew through Volumes 1 and 2 :) See you at the booth!



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