TGC is now available in Waterstones Argyle Street! We’ll also be there with the full range on the 27th April for Graphic Stories- A Celebration of Storytelling in Comics and Graphic Novels.
Last night TGC’s Kat Lombard-Cook opened an exhibition of her PhD work with a fantastic variety show featuring bands, stand up comedy and live comics performances (yes, this is a thing now and it’s great).
Kat’s exhibition includes work featured in the TGC anthology and webcomic, including some beautiful embroidered versions of her map comics. The work will be on display at the Glad Cafe all April. Plus, the cafe does amazing vegan cakes so there’s really no excuse to miss it!
Short film about independent comics in Glasgow, featuring TGC’s MJ Wallace talking about our collective and her own work too.
We’ve reached webcomic no.52! Yes, it’s been a whole year of weekly comics covering relationships, friendships, awkward situations, recipes, hairdos- you name it! You can look back at them all on the homepage of the website, or on the webcomic archive page.
Now that we’ve reached this milestone, we’re going to take a short break while we focus on plans for our big issue 10, look out for updates coming soon. The webcomic will return later this summer. Thanks for reading!
TGC artist Evy Craig launched her ‘Legends of Comedy’ exhibition last night at Glasgow’s Britannia Panopticon, the world’s oldest surviving music hall. The exhibition coincides with the International Comedy Festival and will run until the 5th April.
Look out for MJ’s comic in this month’s issue of The Skinny!