Singapore

Agnes Garbowska ponies over to STGCC, CB Cebulski returns!

My Little Pony artist Agnes Garbowska and Marvel multi-hyphenate CB Cebulski are heading to Singapore for the upcoming Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) in September, joining other guests like Adam Hughes and Jim Cheung! Joining them is the artist Inuyasis and toy makers Huck Gee and Jason Freeny, together with DJs Hige Driver, Yuyoyuppe a.k.a DJ’TEKINA//SOMETHING, DJ D.watt, estha (GEOGRAPHIC) and haLRu (MONOMIND) …

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STGCC 2015: Jim Cheung, Adi Granov, Stella Chuu and Simone Legno join the ranks

It’s months away, but the guest list for the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC) 2015 is bursting at the seams! Following the double-plus-good news that Adam Hughes would be gracing the event this year, the pot has been sweetened with the additions of Marvel superstar Jim Cheung, cosplayers extraordinaire Stella Chuu, Saku and Kuryu & Nakoto, together with crowd …

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BREAKING: STGCC 2015 brings superstar artist Adam Hughes to Singapore

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The Singapore Toy, Game and Comics Convention (STGCC) is back for yet another year! The annual event is known for bringing the biggest names in the comics industry to our shores and the region, often for the first time, and this year is no different. Today they announced the first wave of guests, headlined by superstar artist Adam Hughes. Though there’s no aspect …

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The Art Of Sonny Liew: Of Fate, Charlie Chan and going Boom

Sonny Liew doesn't know where to sign his new book. Weighing in at 320 pages, The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, has many pages for Liew to place his John Hancock - but the graphic novel is such a carefully crafted book that Liew doesn't want his own scribbles to break its flow.

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Sonny Liew’s The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye: The review

Writer/artist Sonny Liew’s long-awaited graphic novel, The Art Of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, is finally here after an almost three-year wait: It was first announced at the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention in 2012. After multiple delays and the coming in at 320  pages – much longer than expected – the book was officially launched on Free Comic Book Day …

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