banbury Archives

Collectors Assemble Buys 25-Year-Old Comic Connections Store in Banbury
Opened in Banbury in 1994m it has run for over 25 years by its owner and founder, Glyn Smith, has just celebrated his 63rd Birthday Well, Glyn wants to make sure that Oxfordshire's longest-running and indeed only remaining comic book shop is still open after he retires. A short while ago, Glyn approached Jamie and Karl[...]
Banbury's Geek Con 2016 – Photos And Video
I went to Banbury Comic Con today with the kids, and found myself hosting a panel with Jamie Delano, John Wagner and Andrew Wildman It was that kind of day. Banbury is a small town in England, described by some unkind soul as "Poundland Oxford", a market town with a mixture of classical Tudor and Georgian[...]
Bound For Banbury Geek Con On A Saturday Morning…
As the doors open in the Castle Quay Shopping Centre in Banbury, Oxfordshire, I find myself on the train there, heading out of London on a wet Saturday morning with the girls for an adventure. Geek Con, Banbury's first comic convention – indeed Oxford's first since Caption left for less sunny climes – is about to[...]
Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill Hit Banbury (Video, Pics And Report)
[youtube][/youtube] I had a very pleasant afternoon visiting Banbury in Oxfordshire yesterday My parents have retired here, but that's not why I was up here with the family Not totally.No, it was because Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill were signing the first two issues of their Image comic book, Revenge. It was an unlikely place, the small[...]
Things To Do In Banbury Today If You Like Jonathan Ross
Today, Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill are signing copies of their comic book Revenge today, at Comic Connections, a small comic shop in the sleepy town of Banbury, Oxfordshire, the town my parents retired to. So right now I am whizzing up the M40 from London to Banbury, ostensibly to visit my folks but really to[...]
Jonathan Ross Comes To Banbury
My parents now live in Banbury, Oxfordshire Not too much happens there, and that's pretty much the way they like it And there's a train to London so they can see the grandkids I was up there this past Sunday Not much was happening Even the comic shop was closed. It won't be closed on Saturday,[...]