Today: May 28, 2024

Super Comic Con Lines Up Creators

With over 300 tables of  Publishers, Creators and Exhibitors traveling from all over America, Europe and the UK, the London Super Comic Convention is the UK’s biggest and most exciting comic convention. Superhero comics are big news at the moment, so, if a bit of lycra malarky is for you, then Super Comic Con is the place to be. 

Confirmed guests include the legendary Marv Wolfman, who has created more characters that have gone on to appear on television, in animations, and movies than any other comics creator since Stan Lee. Marv is the writer-creator of Blade, The Vampire Hunter, Bullseye, the prime villain in the 2003 Daredevil movie, and Deathstroke who has recently been featured as the main villain in the first two seasons of the Arrow. Some of his other characters have been seen in Man Of Steel as well as The Guardians Of The Galaxy, and both the Supergirl TV show and Superman VS. Batman: Dawn of Justice.

Award-winning and critically acclaimed writer and illustrator, Frank Cho, has also been confirmed. Frank is best known for his newspaper comic strip series Liberty Meadows as well as for such titles as Mighty Avengers, Shanna The She-Devil, X-Men, and The Hulk for Marvel Comics. Frank’s work is noted for his precise figure art, illustrations of beautiful women, humorous writing, and adventure stories. He is currently under exclusive contract to Marvel and has just completed writing and drawing the new ongoing Savage Wolverine series.

British creators include veteran and multiple Eisner-award-winning comic artist Brian Bolland
(Batman: The Killing Joke), Sean Phillips (Hellblazer, Batman, X-Men, WildC.A.T.s) and Steve Dillon. Steve began his professional career at the age of 16 drawing the lead story in the first issue of Hulk Weekly before heading over to Doctor Who, where he was responsible for creating the popular character of Abslom Daak.

Portfolio reviews, comic con exclusives and cosplay events will run all weekend.

The London Super Comic Con runs from February 20-21 at the Excel Centre. For a full guest list and more information visit:

Paula Hammond - Features Editor

Paula Hammond is a full-time, freelance journalist. She regularly writes for more magazines than is healthy and has over 25 books to her credit. When not frantically scribbling, she can be found indulging her passions for film, theatre, cult TV, sci-fi and real ale. If you should spot her in the pub, after five rounds rapid, she’ll be the one in the corner mumbling Ghostbusters quotes and waiting for the transporter to lock on to her signal… Email:

Previous Story

Maze Runner: Wes Ball Q&A

Next Story

Captain America: Civil War

Latest from Blog


Memory (2023)

Memory is an exquisite American drama in the tender embrace of Michel Franco’s cinematic prowess.

Abashiri Prison I-III

Constructed in the late nineteenth century to house political prisoners, Japan’s infamous Abashiri Prison served as the inspiration for a popular and prolific run of yakuza movies released between 1965 and 1972. In Abashiri Prison,

The Beach Boys

2024 sees the 50th anniversary of The Beach Boys’ chart-topping compilation album Endless Summer that threw the fading band back into the limelight. Whilst this double LP release was a big financial

The Valiant Ones

The Valiant Ones was King Hu’s last, great masterpiece. Indeed it’s arguably his last true wuxia film — but what a magnificent beast it is. Directed by the celebrated master of the

Enter the Clones of Bruce Unboxing

There have been so many books, documentaries, and even biopics of the immeasurably pioneering martial arts icon Bruce Lee. His life and work have been studied intensely, and his influence remains felt

BackBeat Unboxing

This month saw underrated Beatle-biopic BackBeat make its Blu-ray debut from Fabulous Films, surely delighting the band’s collectors and completists. Telling the story of the Beatles’ first bassist – the so-called ‘lost
Go toTop

Don't Miss

Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part Two

DC & Warner Brother’s Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths,

Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One

Crossovers, alternate timelines, and multiple plot collisions are the meat