Blog: I’m at Expo! (which explains the lack of comics)on October 25, 2012 at 10:53 pm
As I may have mentioned, this weekend (27th – 28th October) I will be at MCM Expo at the ExCeL centre doing my thing. You can find me in the Comic Village/Artists’ Alley (which should be reasonably easy to find) and then in there I’m on table B13, between Rob Cureton and Matt Dyson, the latter of whom produced this lovely map of the village (big red circle added by me)
I will be selling a bunch of postcards and these three lovely books:
Improbable Consquences (Lukes Surl & Healy, published by Monochrome Bear Media) which if you’ve been reading this website for any length of time you’ve heard all about
Weapons Grade Puntonium – at 104 pages is the most comprehesive collection of LukeSurl.com cartoons that exists, now, for the first time, in colour.
Losing the Plot - Maths Jokes. ‘Nuff said.
Even if you don’t want to buy anything, come along and say hi! It’s great to discover that real actual people read this nonsense I put on the internet.
Now, if you are not going to be at MCM, don’t despair! I will also be at Comiket and Thought Bubble later this year. Plus, this stuff will be for sale online soon (or y’know, you could just read the cartoons for free on the internet).
Annoyingly however, preparing for Expo takes a load of time, and a comic convention is a surprisingly poor place to draw comics. Therefore Friday’s and Monday’s updates are unlikely to materialise. We will however be back to regular service on Wednesday 31st October.