Month: May 2018

We’re special guests at Glenrothes Comic Con

Holy crap guys, it’s our first ever comic con as invited guests :O Dave here with an update, that we’ve been invited as special guests to the lovely Glenrothes Comic Con, taking place on Saturday 9th June at the Rothes Halls. And for the first time I’ll be joined by Killtopia artist Craig Paton, who will be on hand to sign copies of our Killtopia preview booklets and to say hi to fans. I’ll also be bringing copies of Bust, Vessels and Comichaus, together with art prints and much more. See you guys at the show 😀...

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We’re confirmed for MCM Manchester 2018!

Hi guys Dave here with a convention update. We’ve just been confirmed as exhibitors at MCM Manchester for the first time! It takes place July 28th and 29th, at the Manchester Central. We’re pretty hyped about this one, as it’s always a total blast exhibiting at a new show in a new city for the first time. As always we’ll have the latest issues of Bust and Vessels, along with Comichaus 1-6, and our sweet new Killtopia preview booklets, which include the first five pages of issue #1. We’ll see you guys at MCM Manchester this Summer. Until then,...

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Killtopia #1 Pre-Orders: Now Open!

Killtopia #1 pre-orders are now open through our publishers BHP Comics. So if you missed out on our Kickstarter, you can still get a copy when we launch on October 3rd. You can order your copy now from the BHP site here. In each issue you get 44 pages of story, plus a few extra pages either side, in a fully perfect-bound printing with spine, and a lovely finish. Thanks to everyone who picks a copy up, every order is insanely appreciated by the whole team 😀 Cheers guys,...

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Video guide: How to write good characters and their dialogue

Hi guys, Dave here trying out something new with my ‘How to Make Comics’ guide series. I thought I’d try switching to video, just to see if you guys find the format more engaging and useful. In this chapter, I discuss my process for writing fleshed-out characters, and their dialogue – ultimately to make them more relatable, endearing, interesting and to get them feeling more like real people. This can be tricky at first if you’re starting out, but with a little practice and by trying the steps I talk about below, you should nail it! Enjoy, and best of...

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