F.A.C.T.S 2013 Has Artist Galore!

FACTS2013The biggest science fiction, fantasy, anime & comics convention in the Benelux just got even bigger, especially for comic fans. Taking place October 19th and 20th in Flanders Expo, Ghent, Belgium.

For comics fans, there’s a lot to look forward to, as evidenced by this list of comic creators. And this is just a few!

– Bill Morrison : official comic artist of The Simpsons & Futurama
– Erik Larsen : co-founder of Image and artist of The Savage Dragon
– J.G.Jones : American artist, famous for the series Wanted, Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia, Before Watchmen : Comedian and the covers of Y: The Last man
– Alex Maleev : known for his collaboration with Brian Michael Bendis on series such as Daredevil, Moon Knight and Scarlet
– John Bolton will be making a rare appearance to promote his recent series Shame. RW uitgeverij will release the Dutch translation of his Man-Bat series at the convention.
– Patrick Sobral & Nadou : French artists of the highly popular comic series Les légendaires and its spin-off serie. New titles in French & Dutch will be released at the show.

Other international artists attending the show include Wayne Vansant, Vincenzo Cucca, Mario Alberti, Marco Santucci, Emanuela Lapucchino, Stjepan & Linda Sejic, Des Taylor, Guile Sharp, Alain Brion and our flyer artist Romano Molenaar.

This is definitely a great way to meet so many talented people in just one weekend! You can now grab your tickets online. Just go here and order now. Pre-ordered tickets are both cheaper and faster than buying at the door!

Source: FACTS

Reporter: Leo Johnson

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  1. I went to Ghent for a mini break with my wife this year. Gorgeous historic centre, lovely people, and really quick to get to on the Eurostar. Add in a comic convention… I may just have to go back!
    On the downside, the sheer volume of utterly amazing looking comics that have never been (and probably will never be) translated into English will make you gnaw your fingers off in frustration. We need more companies like Cinebook around.

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