Thursday , August 17 2017

Articles

Review: Bipp and Trax: Intergalactic Real Estate

By Ben Kooyman Australian comics creators clearly have galactic fisticuffs on the brain. Two weeks ago we reviewed Alex Chung and Louie Joyce’s cosmic romance Astral (read our take here), and this week we visit another far-flung galaxy with writer-illustrator Dan Watts’ Bipp and Trax: Intergalactic Real Estate. Bipp and …

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Review: Astral

By Ben Kooyman On the distant planet Siorlasar, two space gods have to deal with their long distance relationship. Even in the middle of an intergalactic war, can their love survive across the universe?  When the last intergalactic adventure / cosmic romance you consumed was the Wachowskis’ Jupiter Ascending, you’d be …

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Upcoming Event: Graphic 2016

By Ben Kooyman Last week we published an interview with Jordan Verzar, co-curator with Ben Marshall of Graphic, Sydney Opera House’s yearly Festival of Visual Storytelling, Animation and Music. In our conversation Jordan alluded to some of the Australian creators and works, both comics and mixed media, under the spotlight …

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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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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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Mr Unpronounceable launch

Tim Molloy’s latest graphic novel, Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares, will be launching at Transmogrify, a three person exhibition of oil paintings & sculptures that reconstruct and subvert the human form… Transmogrify features Ben Howe’s hyper-realistic, yet reductive oil paintings, Jake Hempson’s sculptural explorations of figures and bone …

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Hail: interview with Miranda Richardson

Interview by Anthony N. Castle 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 …

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