Bleeding Cool's Joe Glass was tapped to be a part of the Diversity in Comics panel at London Super Comic Con — and got a bit more than he bargained for.
https://youtu.be/5nRXqYeHwn8 Here we go again... so, better or worse with an iPad Pro?
It's my gaff. My manor. My part of the world. The London Super Comic Con, the largest comic convention in the UK that's dedicated to comic books, is
Photos courtesy of the Promotopia Pictures Team, who attended London Super Comic Con 2015 on behalf of Bleeding Cool... Let's have some big cosplay
Garth Ennis' New Punisher Comic Won't Feature The Punisher – And Neither Will His New Romantic Comedy
At the London Super Comic-Con yesterday, Garth Ennis took the stage to a packed house with Avatar Press publisher William Christensen. Here to talk about
From the Dockland Light Railyway cosplay train.... ...to walking into the London Super Comic Con, held at the Excel Centre... ...here are fifty-X shots of
Film director/writer Edgar Wright walked off Ant-Man. But what is he walking onto? Another comic book project? He is attached to the Dodge And Twist
As ever, rival London ExCel show MCM Expo covered the local DLR stations in ads for their shows... though the London Super Comic Con felt secure with
It's the Sunday after the Saturday before, it must be time for... from one side of London Super Comic-Con to the other....
Bleeding Cool's Frazer Brown took his camera around the London Super Comic Con this weekend, Here are some of the wonderfulo folk he bumped into along the
He's a good sport, that Dan Slott, isn't he?
Joseph Glass, occasional Bleeding Cool contributor, is selling his gay superhero themed comic book The Pride at London Super Comic Con in a rather novel
Ralph Tedesco, publisher of Zenescope had a lot to talk about to comic store owners at the Diamond Retailer Day held in London on Friday. He first talked
Yesterday, London looked like San Diego, the sun, the water, the cosplay. And some folk who rarely exposed that much sun to the skin, were basking in the
Live from the Marvelman panel at London Super Comic Con, Gary Leach, Alan Davis and Mark Buckingham have been talking about their experiences with