ROK COMICS’ TOUGH CHALLENGE TO COMIC CREATORS

Will a life-changing event put you in with the chance to win a state-of-the-art mobile?


Lancaster, England, 8 August 2008: ROK Comics, a subsidiary of the ROK Entertainment Group Inc. (OTCBB: ROKE), the global mobile entertainment company, is pleased to announce its 2008 ROK and A Hard Place Competition in association with the Birmingham International Comic Show, offering the chance to win a Nokia 9500 mobile worth almost £500 and free entry into the major UK comics event in October.

ROK are also offering the winner of the prize the opportunity to feature front-and-centre online alongside many other comic creators from around the world.

To find out how to enter go to www.rokcomics.com/bics_competition2008

Working in partnership with the hugely-popular Birmingham International Comic Show (www.thecomicsshow.co.uk), the challenge is on to create a comic revealing a life changing moment. The winner of the competition will win a Nokia 9500 and free entry to the massive Show in the UK in October.

“We want people to create a comic strip using the ROK Comics Comic Creator featuring someone telling the story of a difficult choice they’ve had to make in their life,” explains John Freeman, ROK Comics Managing Editor and former editor for titles such as Doctor Who Magazine and Star Trek Magazine.

“The theme was the idea of Shane Chebsey, one of the co-runners of BICS and a long-time supporter of Britain’s huge indie comics press. We think this challenge will appeal to many creators worldwide, and I’m looking forward to seeing what they come up with.”

“We at BICS love the way that Rok Comics is so accessible to both creators and readers,” says Shane, “and feel that working together we can help to bring the wonderful medium of comics to a wider readership. Mobile phones are now the most widely used method of communication in the world, so it seems the perfect way to present new comics to more people than ever before”.

ROK Comics is also running a separate competition challenging creators to come up with a humour comic.

The prize winner will be announced at BICS.

 

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