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    • CommentAuthorjohn-paul
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
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    Is anyone else here going to this?

    The London Horror Comic is at table 63 and it is the first exhibition we’re doing, so drop by and say hello if you're passing through.
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    Is it me, or does that website not actually provide a date for the thing?

    Oh, no... clicking on "Venue" provides the information. (22 March 2008 - Great Hall, Queen Mary University - Mile End - London - UK.) What a retarded website.
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      CommentAuthorGreg SBB!
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
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    Warren, they may have changed it since you looked but there's a bloody great big "London 22 March" at the top of the page.
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    Yes, they did. Heh.
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      CommentAuthorremotepush
    • CommentTimeMar 21st 2008
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    i went to last years. it was kind of fun.
    bought a load of random things.
    not organised enough this year to be in london though.
    • CommentAuthorjohn-paul
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2008
     (1505.6)
    Dick Whittington says, “The streets of London are paved with gold.” But the road to London is paved only with travellers’ piss and trepidation.

    From Cath Arctic’s excellent new mini comic, “Waterloo Teeth” – think: a historical piece like “From Hell” about London and done creatively as a mini-comic. The book was one of the highlights from yesterday’s show, which also included the Witch and Steve Butland's four-page mini “A Rock Story.”

    Attendance and trade was brisk despite the rain. From speaking to fellow exhibitors in the pub afterwards, they had strong sales. It was reassuring to see crowds of people interested in different types of comics and new work.
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    Attendance and trade was brisk despite the rain.

    Rain? You didn't get the snow?
    • CommentAuthorjohn-paul
    • CommentTimeMar 23rd 2008
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    It only started snowing this morning (Sunday) in London, I think. It pissed down yesterday morning with gales, though. I nearly took off as I was running with my A1 cardboard-backed poster art under each arm to the convention centre.
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    i have to cycle to work in that cunting snow at 5:30 every morning... what the hell happened to spring?