Sunday , August 20 2017

News & PR

Happy New Year; we’re on break

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]2016 is over, thank goodness, and 2017 is already underway, so from all of us here at the australiancomicsjournal.com, we wish you a belated ‘Happy New Year’. Also, a brief word… We’re taking a break this January to regroup and lay some foundations for the coming year. We’re reconnecting with …

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Australian Comics Journal radio spot: November

Anthony N. Castle speaks to Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast about his latest work, Dappled… Australian Comics Journal editor Anthony N. Castle is also a working comics creator, collaborating with artist Chadwick Ashby on such titles as Dead Ends, Redwood, and Rag Doll. Is his November appearance on Radio Adelaide’s Arts …

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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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Heart of Millyera: Prelude kickstarter

Heart of Millyera is a post-colonial, steampunk epic, set in an alternative Australia-like setting. When young geology student Ida finds an unusual object at the bottom of a lake, she unwittingly becomes guardian to Millyera – a childlike spirit as old as the universe. With her colleges Gilbert and Celeste, …

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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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Special offer: Killer Comics

Are you after unadulterated online comics that will blow your mind? Are you after something unhinged, something edgy, something delightfully killer? Search no more for killer-horror, killer-action, killer-violence, killer-love or killer-fun and most of all for good old fashioned Killer Comics. Killer Comics is a newly launched indie comics company …

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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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