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Comic Book workshop - Science Gallery - Saturday 9th May [May. 6th, 2009|02:45 pm]
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We are hosting a  Lucozade Bloggers comic book workshop next Saturday 9th May to celebrate the launch of the new Lucozade digital campaign called ‘Energy Guy’.

The workshop will take place in The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin and will be hosted by the guys behind the Lucozade Energy campaign, illustrator Eoin Coveney and animator, Jason Butler

Eoin and Jason will talk through the whole process of creating a comic book, illustration and the transfer to animation when creating a comic strip…and then it’s your turn!!!

Eoin will be on hand to do very flattering caricatures and you’ll even get to be a bad guy or superhero in your own comic strip for your Blog!

RSVP Essential!


Date:                     9th May 2009

Location:              The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin

Time:                     1pm

Details:                 A comic book workshop with the illustrator & animator behind the new Lucozade Energy Man digital campaign

Refreshments:    A Lovely lunch and lots of Lucozade will be provided!

Directions:           Opposite Pearse Street Dart Station–(Entrance on Pearse Street)

RSVP:                   Cliodhna Lamont, cliodhna.lamont@ogilvy.com or 01 6690030

About the Lucozade campaign:
The latest Lucozade Energy digital campaign called 'Energy Guy' has just launched. The campaign encourages consumers to submit their own comic stories via an online or mobile mechanic with 5 of the best stories being turned into a professional comic strip. Winners will also get a PSP and their comic strip displayed on a 6 sheet in their local town.

For further information go to: www.lucozadeenergy.com
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Callout for Participants: Comic, Zine and Artists' Book Event - Summer Edition 2009 [May. 1st, 2009|07:27 pm]
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Posting on behalf of Edition book arts crew:

Summer Edition 2009 is a Comic, Zine and Artists' Book Fair happening on Saturday 4th July in Filmbase, Temple Bar, Dublin and you're invited to take part.

It's open to comic artists, zine creators, artists' book makers and their representatives and may include original art sellers, artists, publishers and writers selling comics, zines, artists books and associated products they have produced.

2.5 foot x 3 foot table spaces are only 20 euros!

Click on www.editionbookarts.com for more information and to fill out the application form and apply.

We're going to be doing everything we can to raise the profile of independently published work and ensure big numbers of visitors to this event. Note this event includes:
- FREE entry to members of the public
- a central city Temple Bar location
- a diverse crowd attendance
- will be very well advertised, promoted, postered and signposted leading right up to July

Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please feel free to cross post and pass along this information to whomever might be interested.

Katie, Paddy & Phil
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(no subject) [Apr. 27th, 2009|12:05 pm]
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Windell Classic's Compendium Presents Superhero Showcase.


The launch of this fine, soon to be available, publication will take place on May 8th, upstairs in Anseo Public House, 18 Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2.

Please attend. There will be copies of the wonderful comic there for purchase and there might even be other people in attendance.

Thanks, (Windell Warriors) G.Shanley, C. Duggan.

Posted on behalf of Gar Shanley and Cathal Duggan - please spread the word.
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Neil Gaiman in Chapters, Dublin, February 17th [Jan. 24th, 2009|09:16 am]
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For those of you who read Neil Gaiman's blog, his most recent post has this sentence tucked away in it:

Which reminds me: Jameson Dublin Film Festival. I'll be there on February the 15th, when they will be screening Coraline. And, for anyone in Dublin -- or indeed, in Ireland -- who missed the signing last year, I will be doing a reading and signing in Chapters in Parnell Street on Feb the 17th at 5pm. Perhaps with an as-yet-unnamed Special Musical Guest.

Yes, this is the bookshop where I work, and, yes, I am feeling very pleased with myself. Oh yes, I also know who the as-yet-unnamed Special Musical Guest is, but my lips are sealed!

One of the tags on the bottom of Neil's post is, "Yes you could use the internet to figure out who I'm appearing with in Ireland but really now wouldn't that be cheating?"
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Dublin Comic Jam [Jan. 16th, 2009|12:35 pm]
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I've just had an email about an upcoming comic jam organised by Dublin Comic Jam:

"Hello there,

there's going to be another comic jam upstairs in the Lord Edward pub on Dame street, Thursday 22nd January at 8pm if you're on for it.

New year, new pristine pages to deface sequentially, as a group.

Bring your own pens and drawing instruments - paper is provided."

Given how much fun I've had at every comic jam I've gone to, I'd definitely encourage anyone interested to give it a go.
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Upcoming events and links [Oct. 1st, 2008|12:02 pm]
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First of all, upcoming events:

24 Hour Comic Day will be happening again in Dublin at the Central Hotel on the 18th and 19th of October. Come along to draw comics, read comics, buy or sell comics! This will also be the initial release point for the boards.ie Comic Forum Zine (a free A5 black & white comic featuring small-press artists).

Irish Free Comic Day will also be happening on the 18th of October, with the major comic shops around Ireland taking part. Free comics goodness from the likes of Bob Byrne, Rob Curley, Alan Nolan, Ian Whelan, Declan Shalvey and more! In addition to this there should be an anthology released on the day featuring the best of Irish independent comic artists.

Slightly further ahead in the calendar, the 3rd annual Dublin City Comic Con is coming up on the 22nd & 23rd of November, and it should be better than ever by the look of things. Tickets can be booked online at the official website.

Now, links worthy of your time:

www.thecomiccast.com - fortnightly podcast about comics both Irish and foreign by Liam Geraghty and Craig O'Connor. Well worth a listen, as they alternate between discussion of comics and interviews with folks in the Irish comics scene.

http://irishcomics.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Comics_Wiki - the new home for the Irish Comics wiki, migrated from the old one at pbwiki.com due to better software availability.

http://www.theblackbirdgallery.com/ - the Blackbird Gallery in Kilkenny is now offering workshops in Manga and Comic Illustration as well as life drawing.
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Comic Challenge, Round 12 [Jul. 18th, 2008|01:48 pm]
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Round 12 is now under way, with a deadline of August 31st. This time the rules are simple, you have one A4 page to tell your favourite story from your school days. If you haven't got a favourite story, www.playgroundlaw.com may provide suitable inspiration.

As always, anyone who wants to take part can email their entry or any questions to me at fyshbowlcomics(a)gmail.com.
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Irish Small Press Stuff [Jun. 25th, 2008|10:58 pm]
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Comic Challenge, Round 11 - complete! [Jun. 25th, 2008|08:22 am]
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Round 11 of the Comic Challenge is now complete and online. Click here to see the entries, and you can go here to discuss the entries.
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Irish comics wiki [Jun. 18th, 2008|02:46 pm]
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It seems someone has set up an Irish Comics Wiki, which seems to be a good way of sharing info about the irish comics scene, in the absence of any definitive source (although the Irish Sci-Fi website isn't far off from being one).

If you're interested and have the time to spare, sign up and create some articles. Even if you're not, keep an eye on it - hopefully given time and effort, it should grow to become a useful resource and map of the irish comics scene.
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