Tag Archives: Louie Joyce

REVIEW: Killeroo GANGWARS #4

Killeroo: GANGWARS #4 OZONE STUDIOS | 64 pages B&W Writers: Various Artists: Various Editors: Darren Close & RW Adams Cover: Camillo Di Pietrantonio & Graeme Jackson Variant: Louie Joyce   Firstly, I take my hat off to Darren Close and Ryan Wilton for assembling the talent contained in this series, …

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Reflection: 2017 Ledger Awards

By Ben Kooyman The Ledger Awards serve to honour excellence in Australian comics. The 2017 ceremony was held at St James Hotel in Sydney on Friday 16 June. Among the evening’s victors, the Gold Ledger went to Small Things by Mel Tregonning; Silver Ledgers were awarded to Australi, written by …

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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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Creator Snapshot: Louie Joyce

Name: Louie Joyce Town/State: Austinmer, NSW Website/Blog: www.louiejoyce.com Title/Publisher: MISHMASH, HODGEPODGE/Self Published, Past the Last Mountain/Comics Experience What comics format do you work in? Whatever suits the story I’m trying to tell best. I do a lot of standard comics format stuff, but I’ve also created concertina-style booklets, one page …

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Past the Last Mountain; preview

By Ben Kooyman Louie Joyce’s Footsteps, reviewed last year, was a dialogue and narration-free exercise in purely visual storytelling about a wayfarer navigating alien terrain. Joyce’s topnotch artwork can be seen in the new series Past the Last Mountain, written by Paul Allor. Described as a “geopolitical fantasy” about “a …

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Footsteps

Review by Ben Kooyman Footsteps, a new work from recent Ledger Award nominee Louie Joyce, is a short vignette that unfolds in an alien landscape, following a wayfarer and her encounters – some benevolent, others malevolent – with the local wildlife… Footsteps epitomises comics as a visual medium. In Alan …

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