Thought Bubble 2010 this weekend

Thought Bubble – the fantastic one day comic convention held annually in Leeds – is happening this Saturday.

The legendary Bryan Talbot will be launching his new book Grandville Mon Amour (the follow up to 2009’s steampunk badger cop masterpiece Grandville), the likes of  John “Kick Ass” Romita Jr., Adi “Iron Man” Granov, Paul “Action Comics” Cornell, Leigh “Defoe” Gallagher, Emma “Manga Shakespeare” Vieceli, Ian “Sherlock Holmes” Culbard, and lots, lots, lots more will be signing, sketching, selling and giving talks, workshops and (again) lots more.

We will also be there signing and (hopefully) selling copies of The Complete Dracula, The Trial of Sherlock Holmes, The Complete Alice in Wonderland and anything else of ours we can lay our hands on in time (if any nice, kind hearted, retailers attending the event would be willing to flog us some books on the day at trade price that would be very handy and very much appreciated – please do shoot us an email if you can help we now have loads of books thanks to the lovely peeps at Travelling Man – bring money!!!).

This will be our only con appearance this year so, if you’ve got any Moore & Reppion bits and bobs you’d like us to sign, then Thought Bubble is the place to catch us.

Sadly, we won’t be hanging round for the after-party so we’ll be running round and round all day trying to catch up with as many people as possible and grab as many comics as we can. We will, however, do our very best to keep our twitter feeds updated throughout the day so, if we’re not sat behind our table, you should be able to find out exactly where we are by checking and (probably to a significantly lesser extent due to my phone being crap)

Thought Bubble is always a brilliant day – probably our favourite convention, actually – and we’re looking forward to seeing you there.

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