We have several new creators taking part in May’s Star Wars themed Comic Mart, over the coming weeks we’ll be having a look at who is joining us for Comic Mart! Read more
Patrick Mulholland is a comic book artist and writer from Belfast. His recent sci-fi adventure series ‘Zero Jumper’ was released this year by Alterna Comics.
Local artist Colin Arthur’s works as an official Star Wars sketch card Artist for the Topps Trading Card Company. Read more
Lurgan based comic artist, currently drawing KISS/Army of Darkness for Dynamite Comics.
Previously Ruairí provided artwork for numerous issues of Panini’s Star Wars: Rebels comic and adapted Jason Fry’s “Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure” novel with writer Alec Worley (2000AD, Warhammer) and colour artist Chris O’Halloran (Black Panther, Spider-Man/Deadpool, Generation Gone) for Panini’s Star Wars Magazine. The “Weapon of a Jedi” adaptation is about to be released in trade paperback edition in Germany. Read more
JAKe, is a UK graphic artist and designer. Although his work has appeared on record sleeves, posters, as toys, and in animated form, his work for Lucasfilm Ltd. has mainly been for merchandise, for both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. Read more
Here is a selection of photos from February’s Transformers themed Belfast Comic Mart.
Tickets are now on sale for our May 19th Comic Mart at The Clayton Hotel, Belfast through our ticketing agent Eventbrite and PayPal.
Andy Luke is a cartoonist and prose novelist from Belfast. His recent comic, ‘We Shall Not Be Stapled’, is a multi-creative jam with Northern Irish humour at it’s core. He’ll be selling copies of that irreverent anthology, along with books by collaborators, Dubliner John Robbins and Brighton-spark Sean Duffield.
Andy’s widely read ‘Hold the Phones, It’s Alex Jones’ comics were adapted into his debut novel, ‘Axel America and the U.S. Election Race’. Frighteningly prescient on Trump, and therefore surreal to the point of scientific, Andy has not sold out. Also a festival runner; co-producer and host of ‘The Invisible Artist’, an NVTV doc on Belfast’s comics history, so why not check that out on Youtube tonight?