Singapore

The Geekly News: 04 Oct 2010

The very first Singapore 24 Hour Comics Day was held on the 2nd of October, with 23 artists and writers gathering at School of Thought to take a shot at something probably none of them have ever tried before. 5 managed to complete their comics by the 24 hour cutoff, with the first taking a mere 8 hours to complete. …

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Singapore’s very own 24 Hour Comics Day

This is going to be very last minute. So last minute, in fact, that signups for the onsite version of it has closed. But here goes… 2 very kind gentlemen by the name of JF Koh and Lim Cheng Tju are organising Singapore’s very first 24 Hour Comics Day! It’s going to be held at School of Thought with sponsored …

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STGCC: The Unfinalised Lineup

Just a quick update here, since Reed Expo saw fit to publish a list of confirmed stars, with “And even more names to come…”. The stars will all be here for at least 2 of the 3 days, and with no real schedule up yet it’s hard to guess. This means you gotta buy tickets for all 3 days! If …

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STGCC – more surprise guests? Updated: Alex Maleev confirmed

Just a few minutes ago STGCC posted a short update on their facebook: “Do you know Alex Maleev”? This could be construed in many ways, maybe they just want to know about the collective comic book knowledge of their fans (they should have asked for someone less high profile then), or maybe they wanted to tell us “well, his collaborator …

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Geek Fiction in Singapore

It’s difficult to start an article like this because one automatically gets drawn into one or more perennial arguments that savage geek fiction, Singapore fiction or both. In fact, this article was so difficult to write it took almost three months between creating the post and then getting around to actually writing it. But let’s start with the good stuff …

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