Though it's only the end of the first day of Thought Bubble in Leeds in the UK, I already have some noteworthy swag. There's the exclusive Wytches #2 cover, the limited edition signed Electricomics booklet and badges, two graphic novels from Markosia Press, an introduction for me to Verity Fair with some original artwork Terry Wiley, and two volumes of the self-published series The Golden Campaign by Cristian Ortiz. And the official Thought Bubble t-shirt. This is my first time at the show and I have been very, very impressed by the massive three artist alley rooms and panels ongoing throughout the day. It's definitely a place where comics and the making of comics thrive.
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