HR-AM comics are a small independent cartooning duo who specialise in personalised commissions such as design work, greetings cards and comic strips. It’s always a pleasure to have indie comic creators on board and we’re very happy they’ll be able to make it in August!
Also, don’t forget to like their Facebook page and show them your support.
Great news! Moon Garage will be one of the various artists joining us at MancsterCon this year:
By Florence Okoye
It’s not everyday you get invited to see a new show in Liverpool but one of the things I’ve learned since starting MancsterCon is that it’s surprising how often the not everyday occurs.
Panic Lab, a performing arts company, known for their fusion of contemporary dance, theatre and performance, were putting on a show called R.I.O.T., described as a comic book come to life with a dash of political commentary thrown in. Excited, I wasn’t ever likely to refuse and so once the tedious bit of organising my schedule had been done, I was all set for an evening about which I had absolutely no idea would turn out.
If you like comics but have always wondered about how to use them for other projects, then it’s a good thing you’re coming to MancsterCon. Why? Well, because Lydia Wysocki, head honcho of Applied Comics Etc. and editor of the Asteroid Belter: Newcastle Science Comic will be attending MancsterCon 2015 as a special guest speaker to talk about her work and experiences in using comics in education, particularly with regards to communicating scientific research.