Sunday, March 29, 2009

DFC Squad at the Thing!

How do you like Woodrow's Donny Digits shirt? (Finish reading Donny online here!)

The last issue may have arrived on Friday, but the DFC was still out in force at London's UK Web & Mini Comix Thing in Mile End. James Turner was selling his two Beaver and Steve books. If you love Super Animal Adventure Squad, don't miss Turner's earlier strips! The big question everyone wants to know: will there be more Beaver and Steve...?

Woodrow Phoenix (Horse of a Different Colour, Donny Digits) shared a table with Sarah McIntyre (Vern and Lettuce) and their friend David O'Connell. Sarah sold a small range of handmade mini comics, art prints and badges (see her blog for more news) and Woodrow signed copies of his latest book, Rumble Strip, his picture book Count Milkula and his comic book with Ian Carney, Sugar Buzz.

Gary Northfield and Dave Shelton

Laura Howell with Stuart (Sarah McIntyre's husband) and Canadian history comics phenomenon Kate Beaton. Also standing out distinctively in the crowd were John Aggs and Emma Vieceli. You'll be able to see Emma at the London MCM Expo from 23-24 May, as she's one of the main event coordinators.


  1. Gasp... *choke*... must acquire Beaver & Steve vol 2!

  2. It's true, I don't know how I ever lived without it!

  3. My friend just popped round and gave me some Vern & Lettuce badges! :D

  4. Oh my goodness, that's awesome! I gave them away free to any DFC people I saw - if anyone wants a set, send me your address and I'll pop them into the post!

  5. It was so lovely seeing people. Sorry if I seemed a bit poor back was screaming out. I haven't wandered a con like that for ages, haha. ^__^
    So many good comic finds, and thank you so much for the book, Woodrow - you're a star!


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