Steven D Quirke bills himself as “dreamer, designer and all round mythomane” and that seems about right to me. He’s also the main man behind The Gee Bees Comic Presents producing “The Grand Tour“; “The Meditating Businessman“; “Captain’s Orders“; “Zentrification” and “Prodigal” with more to come…..
Vital Publishing’s flagship title School of the Damned by John Farman hits its 7th issue with a change of main artist but the hope was that this new 2-part story would keep the same momentum ticking along.
Artist John Howard has worked on some of my favourite indie releases in recent years and in particular, Royal Descent from Vital Publishing and I’m even lucky enough to own some of the original pages from that title (as well as some other sketches) but he’s a name that hopefully more will come to recognize.
Sarah Millman’s NPC Tea was a title I’d stumbled across online after its 2nd issue had just been released and I jumped at the chance to pick up a new indie.
I think I’ve known Sha Nazir from the very early days of Comics Anonymous and his work with Black Hearted Press and events around the country have shown that his passion for making comics stretches into other areas too. So time for a Q&A.
Cliff Hughes (on the right) is the creative director behind the newly formed Black Wing Comics which has Toy-Z, the first in a new run of titles, on Kickstarter now. I got the chance to fire some questions his way about what we can expect from the comic itself and the new venture.
Back in 2013 Colin Maxwell started producing comics and he became the driving force behind Maximized Comics which have already produced a range of titles that cover everything from history to heists.