Clock Tower

The application processs for places in the 2017 Comics Clock Tower “marketplace” will announced in 2017.

Exhibitors in the Comics Clock Tower “marketplace” and the Brewery Malt Room for 2016 included All Things ThomJoe Bailey Sculpture & DesignKathryn BriggsKeith BurnsSilvia CarrusJames ChapmanThe Cartoonists’ Club of Great BritainClockwork Watch FilmsZu Dominiak, EdieOPGary ErskineFungiiGet Well GamersSarah GraleyHappy Space SlothDaisy HillyardHitsville UKInk Splattery, the Jeff Hawke ClubDaisy HillyardLuke HydeTom KindleyRoger LangridgeJoe LathamDavid LeachLines of EnquiryAimee LockwoodAurora MelchorMidnight MilkAdam MurphyNever Ever AfterStray LinesRichard SwanThis Man, This Pete!Tiny PencilAmanda Eleanor TribbleMyfanwy TristramUniversity of Cumbria Comic Book CollectiveTom WardDan Watters and Caspar Wijngaard, Chris Welch, Andrew WildmanJennifer Winetrobe and Aneurin Wright.

Publishers included Arctic Ring Comics, Disconnected Press, HumanoidsMyriad EditionsThe Phoenix, Self Made Hero, Soaring Penguin Press, TPub Comics and Wobbly Rock.

Retailers in the Clock Tower in 2016 were First Age Comics, Forbidden Planet International, Imagination Station, Knot Like That, Orbital Comics and Page 45

In addition to the Clock Tower, a free Family Zone provides drop-in activities for all ages, alongside a series of fantastic workshops for kids and teenagers. The Lakes International Comic Art Festival brings the town together for a weekend to celebrate the amazing world of comic art. Among others, you’ll find Bunny and ChipOrson and Geoffrey (ZEEL) CouplandRobert DeasPaul Harrison-DaviesMarc JacksonLancaster Guardian cartoonist Jack KnightJoe Matthews of Funny Monster ComicsGraham Pearce (creator of Sgt Mike Battle), Sloth Comics,  Aidan SaundersJordan Vigay and Wizard’s Keep!

 

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Read the independent Red Research Evaluation Report on the 2015 Festival, which note the weekend-long event attracted almost 14,000 people to Kendal and generated an estimated £1.7 million for the host town

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