David Wynne talks about the "incident" at the MCM... →
Thanks to the lovely people at the MOMBcast for giving him an opportunity to expand on my post and explain, first hand, what happened.
mikethomas replied to your post: The End Of An Era Man, it seems like I can’t go a week now with reading something about comic con organisers treating exhibitors like crap You know, usually they’re great, and we’re very understanding that things go wrong. For example, we recently did a show in Ealing, and pretty much nobody turned up, but we were able to laugh about it with the...
thecultofcraze asked: Wow. Talk about unprofessional conduct from the organizers. There is no excuse, none whatsoever, for them to have dragged one of your writers off and, basically, interrogate him for an hour because they don't like what he tweeted. It's disgusting, and I'd be surprised of after this you went to another MCM Con. Good for you.
The End Of An Era
This last weekend I attended my eleventh London MCM Expo, it was my tenth as an exhibitor. Initially I attended with Markosia, as one of their creators, but it wasn’t long before I had my own table in the newly founded Comic Village to promote my own publishing endeavour, Orang Utan Comics. So, I’ve been attending the show for over five years now, and in that time I and my colleagues at Orang Utan...
artinaut replied to your photo: .:M A G I C:. by *DestinyBlue Magic and boobies (tm) I got an enormous hug off Alice (aka DestinyBlue) this weekend! It was awesome! :D
artinaut replied to your post: So… Curious to read your full blog about this. It’s coming soon. It’s written, just getting a couple of people to read it through first. It’s very long and I will apologize now for not putting it under a “read more” cut because I’m expecting people from outside tumblr to be clicking through to it and I don’t want to...
AbeBooks: Whatever Happened to the Harry Potter... →
“AbeBooks analyzed the subsequent purchases of customers who bought Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows from our site and this rather eclectic list of 30 books reflects the most popular post-Potter reading. We expected to see Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight books, Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy and perhaps some magical-themed literature but our guesses were wildly off target.”
Anonymous asked: I feel like one of Mr Scrooge's frogs *mumblegrumble* *evil DeathStar is evil*
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