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Forbes takes a closer look at things in this article. David Walker is there, Afua Richardson, Steve Orlando, Mikki Kendall that's going to be a barnstorming hour of comics discussion, if this video from the Special Edition panel is anything to go by.
It's enough to make me wish I could be there. Unicorns are dreamed about, Lisa Simpson is admired it's an all-round great interview. Over at Panels, Charles Paul Hoffman picks at an irritation that I've experienced as well the strange release schedule of Lumberjanes.
For a series that's so popular, why are the trades released so far apart from one another? Some sterling work has been done by comics journalists and critics to push beyond the veil of "everything's fine" and expose stories of harassment experienced by comics talent behind the scenes. These articles are vitally important to the future health of the industry, and this is a subject that we'll be returning to at ComicsAlliance. Decie has been a part of the UK scene for years now, his work somehow improving year-on-year.
It's great news to see that he'll be at Cape, with his next book probably launching at some point next year. This comic from Catie Donnelly, I Know You're Mad, thoughtfully addresses some sincere concerns about depression and the ways it hooks into a person. It's all I've been able to think about subsequently. Magnificent stuff.
It looks as though Tillie Walden whose comic The End of Summer came out recently, and which I absolutely recommend will be following up with another new work with publishers Avery Hill. Video game journalist Wil Overton is editing a hypervideogame comic zine called Smart Bomb , and the world is a better place for its existence. An anthology about our relationship with technology, issue 5 has only just come out, and it's about "the true story of the world's most famous mannequin, Cynthia, her creator Lester Gaba, and his legendary romance with film director Vincente Minelli.
I know what I'm doing with my weekend. It looks smart enough that I don't really want to paraphrase it. The linked review gives a lot more meat, and seems to be far more interested in the coming of age rather than the superhero, which I suspect is the best way to take these things, especially in the Small Press, and frankly, outside of it. Oh - probably a good place to plug Hassan having hard copies of PanelxPanel which he says he'll have available after the criticism panel.
This sort of stuff just delights me. This just looks delightful, looking like a collision between something Luke Pearson and something of the better class of Boom books. Issues 3 and 4 debu t, which seems to be against some rule of Small Press. Surely you must have at least three years between issues? Chris didn't tell me what it's about, but there's a lake on the cover of issue 1, and weird tentacles going into skulls on issues 3 and 4, so I'm presuming it's about Loch Ness.
But it looks charming, unless those skulls belong to you, in which case it is horrible and you've been murdered. Oh noes. Torsobear Volume III debuts which I has an amazing name and ii is about policing a city full of rioting toys. Clearly one for those who feel that Buzz Lightyear needs the Judge Dredd treatment. Brett Uren is running it, but he hasn't listed his table, so I'll point you at Jon Scrivens CR1 who'll probably be able to help, and also is always worth nosing at.
Coglife comics are debuting their first ever anthology, Isolation. Clearly, I just want it to be about Joy Division, but I'm me. I've read a bunch of the Dead Queen Detectives, and liked its playful historical games a lot. He's on the Improper Books table, who have put out a bunch of great stuff over the last few years, so do linger here. I believe this is a sensitive story about life amount squatting students in the s Weimar republic.
This clearly gets the Evangelion senses twitching, but that's no bad thing. Who doesn't like Evangelion? Douglas Noble inevitably releases another comic. It will be inevitably great. Here Comes The Beautiful People is about god knows what, because you should enter Nobles' long running series of zines without any idea of their contents. It'll always be interesting. Go gets. VH 40 Adam Lumb's Witness Protection In Hell is running a kickstarter at the moment , but he'll have preview material there which looks really interesting.
You have my sympathies, Steve. Really, I hate to pick a favourite in terms of sheer appearance from so many books, but this is devastatingly pretty. Leeds Millennium Square, I think. The map is so small, even blown up, I can't quite make out the numbers. I will expect you to report back on the exact level of shininess of these copies. It promises Queer Girl Romance! It promises Magical Tattoos! C28 Sink 1 is new, but 2 and 3 debut as a flipbook. Flipping hell!
I'm sorry. I'm clearly getting tired. I'm totally in the judging books by their cover business now. Oh no! I hit the next tweet and John tells me what it's about. So I was close! Preview here. It's a return to his early s work, with a second volume.
I love Sarah's work, as I'm never quite sure which area of her idiom she's going to next. This is leaning gothic, I suspect. Like a flamethrower. I think it's those pupilless button eyes, implying our Cindy has seen a little too much. There's also the final volume of sharp autobio comic The Cleaner , but Fraser hasn't a cover online so I can't write about it.
Mindless, boys. And that's everyone who messaged me, and a few more for good measure. Hassan informs me there's a list on the Tbubz site, though isn't really a guide. Probably some which aren't above, I suspect. Most useful is Broken Frontier, which has done a bunch of previews of stuff that's debuting. It's not comprehensive, clearly, but it has gone for depth over breadth, and that's not an approach I'm ever going to critique. There's some really nice stuff her e and it's really worth a look.
Bleeding Cool also did a bunch of previews, but Bleeding Cool doesn't tag them so it means I can't link to them. Anyway — Tbubz! Tbubz eternal! Here's it compiled Just finished a coherent synopsis of Year Four of WicDIv, which leans heavy - like, words or so? It's leaning treatment. And I'm wondering why I feel so much weight lifted, because there is a huge amount of work left.
WicDiv scrips are not easy. And as I'm walking to the cornershop, it strikes me why I feel it is significant. Because now, if I die, WicDiv could still be finished. Before it would be impossible to move from my notes to something approaching what we're aiming for. Now Jamie could talk someone else into taking this map and actually writing the fucking thing.
In other words, while WicDiv is far from finished, now it's certainly finish-able with or without my continued existence.
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