Episode 60- Kate Charlesworth on Wearing Sensible Footwear

Hello comics fans. On this episode we have the lovely Kate Charlesworth on the show to talk all about her new book Sensible Footwear, A Girls Guide. The book looks at  the history of the LGBT community and the hardships (and joys) she dealt with through her own life. Kate has previously written comic strips for the gay press as well as drawing Sally Heathcote Suffragette for Bryon and Mary Talbot. Check out Kates book at Myriad.

Tom reviews The Whore Chronicles, written by Tony Esmond and features art by Vicent Hunt, Rachael Bell, Sarah Harris, Tom Curry, Charles Raymond, Stuart Mulrain and Rik Jackson. Ian and Nikki review The Glass Hood by Matt Garvey, Grayham Puttock and Stefano Pavan and Cloud Hotel by Julian Hanshaw.

Mike and Pete join forces again for a two hour extravaganza all about the events at this years festival. In particular they look at gothic comics, zombie movies, banned/censored comics, hell themed comics and Belgian comics. They continue this next episode as they continue there in depth look at this years event.

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Title Music used with permission: Don’t Fool Yourself by Pop Noir

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