We've a table at the this year's London Super Comic Con over the weekend of the 23rd and 24th of Feb.
Looking at the Guest List I could end up taking down a heap of books to get signed, but then that'd mean less Accent UK books to sell and time spent in the signing queue would be less time behind the Accent UK table. That's the only downside of having your own table. I think I might just limit myself to the one book then, Stray Toasters by Bill Sienkiewicz, a favourite book from a favourite creator.
Be sure to pop over the Accent UK stall and talk comics if you're at the event.
I'm your typical 20th Century bloke living in the 21st Century and wondering what's going on. I like to live in a world where there are still questions to be answered and mysterious happennings. My ideal magazine would be the result of combining Fortean Times with New Scientist ... and leaving it to the reader to interpret.
I work against IT during the day, and at night I try to steal moments to create comic books. Either as writer, artist or both. I've formed a small independent comic company in the UK, Accent UK, with Colin Mathieson, which produces quite well received annual themed anthologies, but is also now producing one shots. Comics that I've co-created and written include ''The Wolfmen'',''The Fall Of The Wolfmen'', with art by Andy Bloor and the 2009 EAGLE Award winning ''Whatever Happened To The World's Fastest Man?'' which was illustrated by Marleen Lowe. My own little doodlings appear in webcomic called ''Strange Times'' and the yearly anthologies.