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Nick Spencer, Tom Taylor comfirmed for STGCC 2016

Nick Spencer Hydra Captain America

So in the wee hours of Aug 3, Nick Spencer tweeted: I'll be a guest at @singaporetgcc Sept. 10-11. Should be a great show. https://t.co/2tYSuAWK8G — Nick Spencer (@nickspencer) August 2, 2016 Who’s Nick Spencer? Oh, just the creator of Eisner nominee Morning Glories and Bedlam for Image Comics, and more recently known for his work at Marvel Comics on Superior Foes of Spider-Man, Ant-Man and …

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Jacob Chabot, Hwei Lin join lineup at STGCC 2016

Marvel Tsum Tsum writer Jacob Chabot and Mirror artist Hwei Lin officially join the pantheon of stars lined up for this year’s Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC), it announced on Monday (Jul 18). They join previously announced creators Phil Noto and Brooke Allen, while Stephanie Hans and Emma Rios were also officially confirmed. Joining them is respected Japanese manga artist Haruhiko …

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Emma Rios coming to Singapore for STGCC

The list of Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention guests this year is pretty amazing! So far Phil Noto and Brooke Allen were announced, while Stephanie Hans looks likely, while still not officially confirmed. Now it’s time for a pretty deadly newcomer – writer/artist Emma Rios. The official STGCC Facebook page has all the hints you need to know that the …

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Phil Noto, VOFAN coming for STGCC 2016

The amazing Eisner-nominated Phil Noto – most recently doing the art for Star Wars series Poe Dameron – is joining the lineup for the upcoming Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convention (STGCC), it was announced on Monday (Jun 27). He joins Stephanie Hans, who has said that she is coming to Singapore – but has not been officially announced. STGCC …

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The Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria – Good Food, Bad Idea?

Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria

The Straits Times has picked up on a Jezebel piece that essentially accuses the Orange is the New Black marketing gimmick Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria pop-up of being a bad idea. The Jezebel writer even reached out via Twitter to Piper Kerman, whose wrote the memoir the Netflix show is based on, for her comments. Kerman’s Twitter response – “This is repulsive. I …

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