Lucy Sheppard treated herself to a copy of the Comics Unmasked exhibition book by co-curators Paul Gravett and John Harris Dunning. In response to our open call for Comics Umasked contributions, here she shares her review.
In his second response to our call for reviews and reports, Simon Russell revisits Comics Unmasked.
Renata Ávila explains how a new Spanish copyright Law threatens Open Access publishing and the Digital Commons.
This weekend marks LonCon 3 in London’s ExCel Center. Megan Waples writes about the convention’s love affair with academia.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Eliza Anyangwe offers her “unabashed praise” for the exhibition at the British Library.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Natasha Barrett revisits the exhibition for the second time.
The Wikimania meeting is the annual conference of the Wikimedia movement. Cameron Neylon explains what academics can learn from it.
Paddy Johnston reviews Bryan Lee O’Malley’s new graphic novel, Seconds (SelfMadeHero, 2014).
Ernesto Priego interviews Joshua Benton, founder of the Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard University. What can comics and ‘content creators’ in general learn from the Nieman Journalism Lab?
Erinç Salor reviews The Art of the Marvel Super Heroes exhibition at Art Ludique-Le Musée, Paris.
Lydia Wysocki and Ernesto Priego share their letter sent to the Times Higher Education (THE) in response to Matthew Reisz’s ‘The hero in all of us’ (THE, 24th July 2014), which THE did not publish.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, David Robertson shares his experience visiting the exhibition.
The Scottish Comics Unconference Meet-up will take place on Saturday 28th February 2015 in Glasgow, Scotland.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews and reports, Natasha Barrett reviews it here calling it “a coming of age for comics”.
As part of our call for Comics Unmasked Reviews and Reports, Kathryn Drumm reports from the Alejandro Jodorowsky: Film, comics and conversation event on 4 July 2014 at the British Library.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews and reports, Damon Herd reports from the European Literature Night: The Graphic Novelists, which took place on 14 May 2014 at the British Library.
As part of our Comics Unmasked collection of reviews and reports, Sara from HTM shares her view of the exhibition at the British Library.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Ernesto Priego reports from The Good Inn book launch at the British Library.
In this interview John Freeman, British writer and editor founder of downthetubes, talks to Ernesto Priego about his work behind the influential comics web resource.
Adrian Edwards, co-curator of the Comics Unmasked exhibition at the British Library, writes on the 1880s as a high point in British comics history.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Kelly Kanayama shares her experience visiting the exhibition at the British Library.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Ludi Price writes about the UK comics exhibition at the British Library as “a prelude to the history of British comics”.
In response to our call for Comics Unmasked reviews, Megan Waples reports from the Neil Gaiman and Tori Amos evening on 16 May 2014 at the British Library.
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