Launch Event/ Free Comic Book Day!

More news today!

You may have seen that on May 5th, JCA will be part of the Dead Universe Free Comic Book Day event in Aylesbury.

Now we can confirm that not one but two JCA creators will be there! Steve Collier (Founder of JCA, Writer for Kaiju Steel and Mystery Boys) and Andy Clift (Artist for Mystery Boys) will be on hand to sign copies of their comics which will be available to buy on the day. Kaiju Steel will be previewing exclusively on this site on Monday 19th so be sure to check it out. Mystery Boys will also be previewed in the future which is something to look out for. If you’re nice, Andy might even throw in a sketch!

Both Kaiju Steel and Mystery Boys offer exceptional artwork and action packed story lines. Along with Nowhereville by Ken Bastard which has already previewed this week, the event promises an incredibly strong line-up of comics alongside other local creators who will be attending.

The event will be covered in detail in a future article but for now check out the JCA Event page and also the Dead Universe page for all the latest info.

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About Japan Comic Aid

Japan Comic Aid seeks to raise funds for those affected by the devastating 2011 earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster by joining forces with comic, manga, webcomic artists, writers and publishers worldwide and creating comics and manga. ALL of the profits from the sales will go towards the Japan Society Tohuku Earthquake Appeal who give grass roots support to those affected as well as looking at long term support as well. Japan Comic Aid aims to regularly publish one shot and series comics and graphic novels around the world to raise money for those in Japan who are in need of rebuilding their life by teaming up, reducing costs and using ALL profits for the fund.
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