Saturday, January 20, 2007

Raise the Dead Press

The mighty Dynamite press machine is rolling along and we're cropping up everywhere talking about Raise the Dead.

Have a look at these for starters:

The interviews also feature some exclusive, never before seen artwork from issue one.

Just to whet your appetite, here's a sneak peek at Arthur Suydam's fantastic cover for issue #2.


Wednesday, January 17, 2007

A little piece of Albion...

Click on the screen shot (above) to visit Shane Oakley's Blog and buy Albion artwork.

Shane Oakley is now selling original artwork from the series plus some of his concept sketches over on his Blog at Albion fans should definitely get over there and bag some pages before it's too late.

Click on the screen shot (above) to read our Publisher's Weekly interview.

In other Albion related news: Leah and I have been interviewed about the TPB edition over on the Publisher's Weekly site (how professional does that make us feel? Very).


Friday, January 12, 2007

New "Link To Us" Banner


Yes, we've got a brand spanking new banner thanks to the multi talented Mister Michael Molcher.

To use the banner on your own web page, Blog, LiveJournal, MySpace, message board, etc simply cut and paste the code below.


<a href="" target="_blank"><img
border="0" alt="Visit"></a>


If you do link to us, please drop us an email, pop onto the message board or leave a comment below.


Wednesday, January 10, 2007

New Bryan Talbot For 2007

Just received an email form the stupidly talented Bryan Talbot letting us know that he's going to be back in a big way in 2007 with a whole heap of new stuff (he's even doing some 2000 AD cover work apparently).

ALICE IN SUNDERLAND is out mid-February in the States from Dark Horse, 5th April from Jonathan Cape here in the UK.

Sunderland! Thirteen hundred years ago it was the greatest centre of learning in the whole of Christendom and the very cradle of English consciousness. In the time of Lewis Carroll it was the greatest shipbuilding port in the world. To this city that gave the world the electric light bulb, the stars and stripes, the millennium, the Liberty Ships and the greatest British dragon legend came Carroll in the years preceding his most famous book, Alice in Wonderland, and here are buried the roots of his surreal masterpiece. Enter the famous Edwardian palace of varieties, The Sunderland Empire, for a unique experience: an entertaining and epic meditation on myth, history and storytelling and decide for yourself‹does Sunderland really exist?

From Bryan Talbot, the acclaimed creator of The Adventures of Luther Arkwright and The Tale of One Bad Rat, comes Alice in Sunderland, a graphic novel unlike any before. Funny and poignant, thought-provoking and entertaining, traditional and experimental, whimsical and polemical, Alice in Sunderland is a heady cocktail of fact and fiction, a sumptuous and multi-layered journey that will leave you wondering about the magic that¹s waiting to be unlocked in the place where you live.
  • Alice in Sunderland is parochial in its focus - but not in content. I believe anyone interested in the way history is formed and, in itself, forms culture, character and a sense of place will be entranced by it. ‹John Tufail, Carrollian scholar
  • The narrative and artwork are magic and the structure is magisterial² ‹Leo Baxendale, The Father of British comics

The Next is THE NAKED ARTIST, my first prose book! And my last, after I'm stoned to death by indignant comic creators:


Written by: Bryan Talbot
Cover and interior Art: Hunt Emerson
128pgs, b/w, squarebound, 6² x 9², $11.95
ISBN: 1-933076-25-9, (13 digit) 978-1-933076-25-6

Release date: June/July 2007
Publisher: Moonstone

The book you've all been waiting for! THE NAKED ARTIST is an outrageous collection of the unreported exploits of comic creators, the stories only usually told late at night between the hallowed walls of convention pro bars! EISNER AWARD WINNER Bryan Talbot brings you the anecdotes, funny, shocking and downright weird, told about your favorite comic writers and artists, from Simon Bisley to Neil Gaiman, from Grant Morrison to Jeff Smith!
("Oh shit!" thinks everyone who has ever been pissed with Bryan "he wouldn't put that in... would he?")

It had me guffaw out loud, something this jaded observer rarely does these days. The story of Will Eisner reluctantly giving up his old coat brought a wide smile too.

Denis Kitchen

It's really bloody funny and a rattling good read.

Si Spencer

"Heroes! Villains! Action! Suspense! Humor! Alcohol!"

Dave Gibbons

Write whatever the hell you like and I'll swear I've said it!

Will Eisner

Bryan Talbot, super!

Harvey Kurtzman

And last, but not least, CHERUBS! (which sounds fantastic from what Bryan has told us of it!)

Visit the links below for more details!

Alice in Sunderland home page:

Luther Arkwright site:


Sunday, January 07, 2007

AARGH Cash for Stonewall

Click on the screen shot (above) to visit the Stonewall website. Posted by Picasa

We sold the last signed copy of AARGH today and donated £377.00 to the Stonewall Education For All campaign.

Thanks to everyone who bought a copy and gave their support. Don't forget, we're still selling unsigned AARGHs though and the money we raise will continue to go to Stonewall.



Saturday, January 06, 2007

New Interview On FP Blog

Click on the screen shot (above) to visit the FP Blog Posted by Picasa

Joe Gordon over at Forbidden Planet was kind enough to invite Leah and I to be his first interviewees of 2007. We don't always Blog about our interviews ('cause it might make us seem a bit self involved... or something...) but the main reason for doing so in this case is the fact that we still haven't got around to Blogging about either the G-Mex Collectormania con or the Bristol Comic con from last year and we bought/were given some cool new comics at both which we've been wanting to namecheck for a while now. Plus, it's quite a cool interview as Joe knows how to get us rambling on and on.

Friday, January 05, 2007

AARGH Update.

Only ONE signed AARGH left! Scoot over to the Shop now and stake your claim.
Don't worry too much though; there are still plenty of unsigned books left.