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Stuff from Brighton Film & Comic Con (mostly), which I attended a couple of weeks ago...

Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club - The Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club is an international STAR WARS™ costuming organization dedicated to celebrating the STAR WARS™ universe through the creation, display, and wearing of quality character costumes that represent the Mandalorian characters and culture from the STAR WARS™ sagas. i.e., Boba Fett cosplayers. Darned impressive ones too.

Mostly Harmless - The Art of Barry D Bulsara.

The Galloway Fudge Company. They sell Scottish Tablet. Other stuff as well. But Tablet is the important thing.

The Zero Room. Some lovely prints based on a variety of TV programmes and films. I got the Paul Darrow Blake's 7 print, and got it signed. See also Tempus 31.

SuperShan's Creations - A little craft business run by creative teenager, Shannon. Everything sold is made by SuperShan and commissions/custom items are being taken at any time!

SwanStar Designs - My art and jewellery is available to buy from various online shops, from prints & tshirts to cards, pillows, bags, shower curtains, duvets, rugs, mugs and more! See below for the links to each shop, with a summary of items available (each link opens in a new window).

The Tintin shop. There's a whole shop dedicated to Tintin. It's in Covent Garden. I have to go there some time.

And a couple not from Brighton Film & Comic Con.

Seigo neckwear. Tie shop in New York. Visited there to buy a tie when I was in NYC with Sarah a couple of months ago, so I could have something smart to wear to the opera.

Shoreline of Infinity. Science fiction magazine. New stories, art, poetry, comics, book reviews, features and more.

(Anything in italics is taken from the website or from the card/flyer I've taken the address from...)

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