About the Festival
Major publishers set up shop at the festival along with hundreds of comic artists and authors who will be selling and signing their books.
This is an “animated” festival (not just about what’s on the page), where musical performances and illustrated lectures are featured. This includes unique performances where a creator will complete murals, paintings and stories live before an audience.
The conference section has journalists, artists and fans gathering to debate issues, expand on the art itself and discover what’s up and coming in the world of comics.
Also on offer: film, video and board games, readings and creative activities for children where they can produce their own manga or uncover the secrets of the craft.
While you’re in Brussels don’t forget to visit The Belgian Comic Strip Center – Museum Brussels at Rue des Sables 20, open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.