New sci-fi thriller Flux caught my eye over on Twitter and after getting a look at what it was all about I just had to catch-up with one of the creators involved – cue the lamp shining in Pete Rogers face……
It kind of feels like I’m late to the party with comic creator John Tucker’s work but I’m starting to rectify that with a look at the first (and probably not the last) of his books I’ve picked up – Plan A/Plan B.
Monday saw the start of the Thought Bubble Comic Art Festival (TB or Tbubs to the regulars) and it’s week-long run of workshops, exhibits & screenings culminates in this weekend’s Comic Con……and the hype train had left the station months ago.
Having already been a BIG fan of Samuel George London & Dan Butcher’s previous releases, a team-up featuring the duo had “back me” written all over it in it’s recent Kickstarter campaign.
AJ Dungo’s graphic novel from Nobrow hit the “must read” list in my head thanks to a recommendation on The Awesome Comics Podcast, so diving into the book already felt like something I’d get something from.
The latest book from Rees Finlay sees him tackle his Autism diagnosis head-on and through a mix of comic & novel he’s aiming to give a glimpse into every step he’s taken to understand what that means and who he is……….perfect time for an interview.
The newest release from Tony Esmond sees him compile a series of comics, prose & pin-ups to capture the lives of people we would never readily be aware of and with a title like The Whore Chronicles it’s safe to say that’s it an adult release not for the easily offended.