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Australian Comics Journal radio spot: September

David Blumenstein’s #takedown featured on Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast program this month, along with a brief discussion on how to survive a zombie apocalypse… Anthony N. Castle reviews David Blumenstein’s #takedown: My evening on a pier with pick-up artists and protesters and discusses Squishface Studio’s submission to the Senate inquiry …

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#takedown: confrontation and empathy

#takedown: My evening on a pier with pick-up artists and protesters By David Blumenstein, Pikitia Press  Review by Anthony N. Castle It’s easy to be creeped out by ‘pick up artists’. That’s why I signed up to attend a free pick-up seminar run by a guy named Julien Blanc. It …

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Panels+Pixels: news and events, 7 October

The Australian Comics Journal now has a Events Calendar. Upcoming events are shown at right. The main menu link at left will take you to the monthly calendars. If you would like your event listed, please contact us with all the details. Thursday, 31st October: Black Mermaid Productions (BMP) will …

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Panels+Pixels: 10 September

ALL STAR BOOK LAUNCH! Divine Comedy by Matt Nichols (writer) and Simon A. Wright (artist) From Above by Craig Bruyns Tales to Admonish by Andrew Bergen (Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?) and Matt Kyme (Bulletproof Kid) Saturday, October 5 at 1.00pm All Star Comics, Melbourne More details …

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Panels + Papers & Pixels

Eight page preview of James Davidson’s Moa #3 Comics and Illustration: Andy Conlan tumblr Alex Switzky at Milk Bar Mag on Gavin Aung Than’s Zen Pencils. Illustration: Chris Wahl Blog   Webcomic: Sam Orchard’s Rooster Tails Frank Santoro interviews Simon Hanselman at The Comic Journal The monthly Melbourne comic creators …

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Panels + Papers & Pixels

Wooly Bully, North Melbourne’s stockist of fine comics, music, and coffee have a one year anniversary celebration tomorrow night with musical performances and an exhibition that includes comic makers Joanna Anderson and Chris O’Brien, Sam Wallman, Marc Pearson and Chris Stapp. Bernard Caleo and Dan Hayward at Wooly Bully recently …

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