A trippy reflection of an artist who remained enigmatic against his best efforts.
Brad Evans gathers some of the past century’s most celebrated minds on the subject of violence.
Silent Quarter’s written and illustrated components have a symbiotic relationship so rarely seen in illustrated prose.
Supernaut, 215 Ink’s science fiction mindfuck from creator Michael David Nelsen.
Indie Penance #15: Pacific, Venus Rises, Elves & the Agro Adventure, Bob: Non-Union Psychic, Supernaut and Stephan Franck’s Silver.
This time I look at Martian Comics, Kimot Ren, Sliced Quarterly, Shake the Lake, The Shadow of the Cross and Meanwhile… #5.
In this week’s indie spotlight: Doctor Crow, UNtitled, Bread & Butter, and Singularity 1885
This week I look at Black Mumba, Vessels #1, Adam and Gill’s Trivia Game, and Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints.
NEWS & EVENTS
After nine years at Leeds Dock, Thought Bubble will be undergoing major changes for 2017.
Octal is a neat curated series that’s part anthology and part sales pitch packet.
Time to appreciate Preacher all over again…
The question is, if I buy them will I actually read them?
Columns, Features & Interviews
It may have been a horrible year, but here are 2016’s books, films and video games that didn’t disappoint.
Interview with The Shadow of the Cross: Imprisonment artist and writer Dmitry Yakhovsky.
It’s a love affair, between me and my Sanwa arcade stick.
I speak to Ryan Little about Lonesomes, his charming and heartfelt all-ages series inspired by Pokemon.
Bothersome Books Blog
I’ve always had a weird size envy when it comes to novels…
A few things I learned from my first foray into printing novels via Amazon’s CreateSpace service.
Welcome to The Fold is now available in one complete volume. Y’know, like a normal book.
This week I contributed to Hugo Award winning sci-fi blog SF Signal’s brilliant Mind Meld feature.