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Dundee Comics Day

Coming up next weekend is an unmissable event for any Scottish comics fans: the annual Dundee Comics Day is this year focusing on the works of Grant Morrison and his many collaborators, on Sunday the 28th of October.

The one day convention will headline with Morrison himself, as well as featuring guests Frank Quitely, Cameron Stewart, Frazer Irving, Rian Hughes, and Peter Doherty. Sadly Jill Thompson was not able to make it.

In addition, there is a workshop with Dave Gibbons on Saturday the 27th, and a screening of the Grant Morrison documentary, Talking with Gods, on Friday the 26th.

Tickets for the weekend are available to buy directly here, and hit the jump for the full schedule!

Dundee Comics Day

Friday 26th October

DCA Cinema -> Tickets

20:45 - Talking with Gods screening


Saturday 27th October

Tower Building, University of Dundee -> Tickets (Sat+Sun)

14:00 - Dave Gibbons (Watchmen, 2000 AD, Give Me Liberty, The Secret Service) workshop on Creating Comics


Sunday 28th October

Tower Building, University of Dundee -> Tickets (Sat+Sun)

10:30 - Registration

10:55 - Opening

Session One

11:00 - A conversation with Grant Morrison (Batman, Action Comics, The Invisibles, We3, All-Star Superman, The Filth)

12:00 - Break

Session Two

13:00 - Cameron Stewart (Seaguy, Seven Soldiers, Batman and Robin, The Other Side)

13:30 - Frazer Irving (Seven Soldiers, Batman and Robin, Necronauts, Silent War)

14:00 - Break / book signing by Cameron Stewart, Frazer Irving and Grant Morrison

Session Three

15:00 - Frank Quitely (Flex Mentallo, All-Star Superman, We3, Batman and Robin, New X-Men, Pax Americana, Jupiter's Children)

15:30 - Rian Hughes (Dan Dare, Really and Truly, Robo-Hunter, Tales from Beyond Science)

16:00 - Peter Doherty (Judge Dredd, Seaguy, Grendel Tales, Shaolin Cowboy)

16:30 - Break / book signing by Frank Quitely, Rian Hughes, Peter Doherty & Grant Morrison

Session Four

17:15 - Roundtable discussion with Grant Morrison and his collaborators

Dave Gibbons Workshop