Wednesday, 10 August, 2022

Tag: comics


I am not sure I quite got what I was expecting when I ordered this. I love Brandon Graham and this is kind of like his website – a little scattershot, charming, and full of humour. It is definitely something Read more…


Warren Ellis turned me on to Brandon Graham through his Royal Boiler site and from there I started to explore and track down as much of his work as I could find. King City was my first love, but I Read more…


Described by it’s creator, David Wynne: “Particle Fiction is a monthly, 16 page, black and white webcomic – if that’s a difficult concept to get, just think of it as an indy comic book that just happens to be distributed Read more…


(Click Strip Above To Go To Site) This strip cracked me the fuck up. Yes. it is slightly macabre, but geez, that just adds to the humour. I discovered it in a thread on Warren Ellis’s Whitechapel and read all Read more…


I meant to write something about Phonogram after reading Rue Brittania but sometimes these things just do not happen, no matter how hard you try to pull them off … you get distracted and, uh, whatever, right? Well, no, this comic needs Read more…


space shark is a thing to love. so basically it is a shark in a spacesuit. this is cool. if you do not get this i do not know how to explain it to you. in fact, if you do Read more…


http://www.webcomicsnation.com/gomezpupato/thebathroom/toc.php the wonderful haven of creativity that is whitechapel – the home of mr warren ellis and his fans, has yet again pointed me in the direction of a really intriguing, visually stunning narrative that hooked me in and dragged Read more…


Click the above link to go my new interview site where I speak to different, artists, writers, musicians, etc, about their current and forthcoming projects.


Click The Image Above To Go To Brandon Seifert Lukas Ketner’s page. I was privileged enough to check out the early incarnation of this latest strip from Seifert and Ketner and was somewhat remiss in not bigging it up at Read more…


The similarities between Proof and The Perhapanauts was somewhat disconcerting and got in the way of me really enjoying the series. I had read Proof a fair while before but it had made a good impression – I had been Read more…