Thursday 8 March 2018

MACC-POW! 3 scheduled for June 23rd

I'm pleased to say that I'll be one of the guests at Macc-Pow! again this summer in Macclesfield on Saturday 23rd June. I'll be bringing along my comics to sell, doing sketches on request, and I'm being interviewed along with fellow guest David Leach by Jessica Kemp. Come along and see us!

Here's the info by convention organiser and cartoonist Marc Jackson:

It’s time to announce this year’s MACC-POW! Macclesfield’s day of comic-art, is once again being held inside the fantastic Town Hall building. Join us as we take over the Assembly and board rooms! So many fantastic things are happening this year on the day and for the first time, on selected dates prior to the event as well. We’re back within the line-up for this year’s Barnaby Festival and it’s going to be a comics-packed day of coolness and fun for all-ages. It’s free entry for all on the day too!

You can find out our full line-up right here but look forward to meeting Lew Stringer, Paul Grist, Missed Deadline, David Leach, Emmeline Pidgen, Nick Brokenshire, Laura Howell, Dick Vincent, Jessica Lucas and Tor Freeman to name just a few, along with our first ever guests joining us from Barcelona no less Lorenzo Montatore and Genie Espinosa with support from Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2018.

We’ll also have our cartoon-a-room showing specially selected cartoon, drawing activities for young and old (with drop-in guests throughout the day) and panel discussions about careers in comics, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of comics events in the UK!

This year we have been supported with incredible generosity from local businesses whose help will go towards making this event even better!

Here's my updated convention list for 2018:

17th March 2018
Bath Pavilion,

24th/25th March 2018
Still awaiting confirmation
from organizer!

15th April 2018
More info soon.

12th May 2018.

9th June 2018
More info later.

23rd June 2018
Macclesfield Town Hall

ICE 2018
15th September 2018

More to be added in the months to come.

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