The Thought Bubble website is now back up and running after its annual makeover, and contains all the relevant details for the 2014 festival.
This year’s festival will run from November 9th to 16th, with the two-day convention taking place on the 15th and the 16th.
Expect further updates regarding exhibitor registration and tickets sales shortly, but for the time being, they’ve managed to whet our appetite here at the Big Comic Page by announcing their first wave of guests.
And what a list it is.
Here’s who you can expect to see in November;
Scott Snyder (creator of Vertigo’s American Vampire and The Wake, and writer on DC’s Batman and Superman Unchained)
Jeff Lemire (creator of acclaimed series Essex County, The Underwater Welder, Sweet Tooth, and Trillium)
Natasha Allegri (creator of Bee & Puppycat, and writer/illustrator of the Adventure Time: Fionna & Cake comics)
Andy Belanger (creator of Black Church, and artist on IDW’s hit series Kill Shakespeare)
Emily Carroll (award-winning webcomic creator, whose work has featured in Vertigo’s The Witching Hour and Dark Horse’s Creepy)
Becky Cloonan (artist on Dark Horse’s The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, and recently self-published Demeter)
Danielle Corsetto (creator of webcomic Girls With Slingshots, and the Adventure Time graphic novels Playing With Fire and Pixel Princesses)
Adam Hughes (award-winning cover artist for titles such as DC’s Wonder Woman, Fairest, Catwoman, and Power Girl)
Matteo Scalera (artist on Image’s Dead Body Road and Black Science, and Marvel’s Secret Avengers and The Incredible Hulk)
Allison Sohn (artist on trading and sketch cards for Star Wars, LotR, Indiana Jones, and Women of Marvel, cover artist for Dynamite Comic’s Red Sonja)
Jillian Tamaki (creator of webcomic Supermutant Magic Academy, graphic novels Gilded Lilies, Indoor Voice, and co-creator of Skim and This One Summer)
Cracking lineup, I’m sure you’ll agree. And you can bet that Team BCP will be out in full force again this year, providing our usual in-depth coverage (and snagging all manner of prizes for our annual Yorkhill Children’s Charity raffle).
The writer of this piece was: Craig Neilson (aka Ceej)
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