The British International Comics Show 2010!

As long times listeners of the Geek Syndicate podcast will know we’re huge fans of the British International Comic Show so we’re always happy when the guys start pimping their upcoming show. Check out the first official press release on this year’s show.

It’s Official … BICS is back for 2010!

Britain’s largest and most popular event devoted to comics and graphic novels of all kinds returns this year with a truly international flavour as the organisers welcome renowned creators from as far a field as America, Japan and Europe.

Over the weekend of October 16th – 17th at the state of the art Think Tank, Millennium Point in Birmingham, visitors can look forward to a full program of events celebrating the medium of comics and manga including panels, competitions, book launches and a huge trade fair featuring the UK’s most well known publishers and dealers.

This year the guest list includes the complete creative team from Vertigo’s runaway success “Unwritten” including award winning illustrator Yuko Shimizu, writer Mike Carey and penciller Peter Gross. There will also be a special appearance by Artist Jimmy Broxton as visitors have the chance to take part in an exclusive “Unwritten” panel at the show.

Vertigo editor Pornsak Picheshote will also be at hand conducting portfolio reviews and taking part in events.

Other big names flying in from across the world include Turkish creator Mahmud A Asrar and American Superstar Tommy Lee Edwards who’s work can be seen in the new Jonathan Ross penned series “Turf”.

Along with a whole host of UK creators such as Duncan Fegredo (Hellboy), Alan Davis (X-Men), Charlie Adlard (Walking Dead) and Sean Phillips (Criminal) to name just a few – BICS 2010 boasts the most diverse and impressive guest list of any UK event.

To find out more, book tables or tickets or to keep up with all the latest updates visit the official website at: http://www.thecomicsshow.co.uk

GS Reporter: Nuge
Source: BICS

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