After a bit of a wait Maggie, Komala, Practice and myself are back for a new Australian comics podcast a look back at con season and some aussie comic releases.
Friday, November 30, 2007
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Next Tuesday, 4th of December at the Grace Emily, Pulp Fiction Comics is present the second Instantaneous exhibit charity auction.
The first Instantaneous went well, raising $1800 for Adelaide Soup Kitchens.
The second Instantaneous promises plenty of wine, 35 pieces of art that will be auctioned by a professional auctioneer. Peter from Pulp Fiction has also spread the word to a lot of the art news places in Adelaide so it should be a good night.
More details at the Pulp Fiction Comics website and Facebook
I have another piece in it and I hope it sells.
On a related note, December 1st is the monthly Panel and Gutters comics drink up at the Grace Emily so if you like comics - turn up.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Everyone knows I adore Mandy Ord's work, so I think its awesome that she has another book being launched by a publisher.
So if you are in Melbourne and have the slightest interest in good comics, go to Brunswick Bound on Saturday 1st of December at 2pm.
If you can't make it, then original art will be displayed for the next month.
If you go say Hi from me, and then give a girly giggle.
Other Melbourne creators plan on having their monthly drinks somewhere in the neighborhood.
Monday, November 05, 2007
Some great great comic creators are taking part in Comics Rehab, where they must work through their issues and make 4 panels every four days.
It also means we get new comics from David Tang (Knee Pockets), Amber Carvan (Brick Dog and Other stories) and Claire Robertson('How Comics can change the world' - which i need to dig up and do a follow up) and BowB, who I'm not familar with.