BCM February 19th

Here is a selection of photos from February’s Transformers themed Belfast Comic Mart.

Tickets are now on Sale for May 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.

Early Bird5.75 GBPEarly Bird
General Entry3.75 GBPGeneral Entry
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

Andy Luke to attend February Comic Mart

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?


Facebook: @spider.confuser
Twitter: @andrewluke

Kalnins & Krever to attend February Comic Mart

Rolands Kalnins is a professional Comic/Concept artist and Illustrator from Latvia. I’ve worked on titles like Tales Of The Fractured Mind, The Catalyst, CSDD, Stupid Parasites and many more. He’s known for drawing terrifying creatures and beautiful women. Read more

Michael Gordon to attend February Comic Mart

Michael Gordon is a comics writer from Northern Ireland. He is the writer of Transdimensional, a 4-issue sci-fi/horror miniseries that is being published by TPub Comics in the UK. It tells the story of Deacon Price, an underwater archaeologist who charters an expedition, under false pretences, to a downed Soviet submarine that has been missing for decades. The horrors he and his crew find down there will change their lives forever, as well as potentially the lives of everyone they’ve ever known! Read more

Stephen O’Callaghan to attend February Comic Mart

Stephen O’Callaghan is another up and coming illustrator/artist from Newry.

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Belfast City Comics to attend February Comic Mart

In 2012 David Louden released the roman á clef novel, Lost Angeles. Since then he has been published regularly on the anthology short story site, Literally Stories, and in the University of Rhodes’ school for the Advancement of English’s biannual poetry magazine, New Coin.

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Mark Reihill returning for February Comic Mart

Local artist Mark Reihill returns to Belfast Comic Mart in February and we had a chat with him about comics and more!

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