Thursday , August 17 2017

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Gary Chaloner is the creator of Flash Damingo and The Jackaroo, The Undertaker Morton Stone & Red Kelso. He's also worked on Will Eisner's John Law, Robert E. Howard's Breckinridge Elkins, Astro City, Doc Wilde and Unmasked. He's the co-convenor of The Ledger Awards and the host/publisher of the AustralianComicsJournal.com.

Kickstarter: Space Copx: Cereal Zombies

SPACE COPZ is an all-age sci-fi comic about space exploration and keeping the futuristic city of Mercury Plains safe from galactic monsters, the forces of evil and schoolyard bullies. Join our hero Sgt. Alpha Omega and his loyal sidekick, Beta Boy as they roam the universe; saving one planet at a time.

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Interview with Emmet O’Cuana

By Anthony N. Castle Emmet O’Cuana is a freelance critic and writer with reviews, features, and fiction featuring in Hopscotch Friday, FilmInk, Sequart, Film International, 100% Biodegradable, Decay Magazine and Aurealis. Emmet has more recently turned his hand to writing comics as well as reviewing them, so we caught up …

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Small Things

Small ThingsMel TregonningAllen & Unwin, 2016 An ordinary boy in an ordinary world. With no words, only illustrations, Small Things tells the story of a boy who feels alone with his worries, but who learns that help is always close by. A universal story, told simply and with breathtaking beauty, …

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Australian Comics Journal radio spot: June

The new superhero comic Hail, by Miranda Richardson and Rosanna Lam, featured on Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast last month, along with a discussion on mental health and power fantasies… Anthony N. Castle reviews Hail – written review by Amy Maynard here– and also discusses the project’s origins as a webcomic …

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Review: Hail

Review by Amy Maynard Hail is a superhero comic about a woman who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she has an episode of anxiety. Written by Miranda Richardson and illustrated by Rosanna Lam, Hail is a webcomic now being adapted to print with a story that explores conceptions of …

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