We are very proud to announce that we have now confirmed super star artist FRANK QUITELY as our headline guest for the festival joining our other big headline names.
Of course the artist known as Frank Quitely is now one of the most sought after comics artists in the business but he started out writing and drawing his own strips in indy comic Electric Soup.
It’s been quite some time since DC Thomson have been involved with a major Comics Festival in England. In fact if you cast your mind back 20 years to the now famous “Comics ’99” festival in Bristol you will possibly be remembering the last time.
We are therefore absolutely thrilled that the iconic publisher will be bringing the mischief and fun of their flagship comic The Beano to Comics Salopia this June as they join our partners Redan Publishing in making the free Kids Zone at the Library the go to destination for younger readers.
An Interview with Walking Dead artist Charlie Adlard and Kid’s Comic Art workshops with Sarah McIntrye are the first of many events to be rolled out for Shrewsbury’s new International Comics Art Festival.
We’re delighted to announce the next incredible wave of guests for Comics Salopia. This announcement contains a roster of amazing talent that we’re excited to add to the festival bringing their experience in everything from popular web comics series, to 200AD, Hellboy and Star Wars movie storyboarding.
This festival is all about delivering the best comics talent to Shrewsbury and this round of guests does just that. We’re so pleased that these creators have come on board and we know you, our visitors, are going to love meeting these guests.