I spoke to Lyndon White about his book Candles a couple of years ago but it was time to catch up again as it’s completed, with a new publisher and on it’s way VERY soon.
Lyndon White’s concertina books were something of a revelation when the first one hit my door and since then each one he has created has managed to become a much needed injection of uniqueness in my list of indie favourites.
Nandor Fox Shaffer brought his Lifeline graphic novel together through Kickstarter last year and with a number of artists involved that I know, I was keen to see what he’d created.
Retelling a Lovecraftian classic would be challenging enough for some but Andy Perry & Lyndon White have chosen to take that a step further with a modern take on ‘Herbert West Reanimator’ that goes further to ask some big life questions.
Blue Fox Comics have had a fairly steady run of releasing solid titles and the opening issue of their Robyn title was no exception, so backing the second issue on Kickstarter was a no-brainer…..cue the catch-up!!
Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics became an impressive world when Matt Hardy introduced it to us in those first three issues and before we see how that first arc plays out he’s only gone & thrown an anthology in our direction too.
Lyndon White has already adapted Dracula, Inferno and Cthulhu into an impressive concertina book and now that he’s turned his attention to The War of the Worlds (a personal favourite of mine) then I just HAD to ask him some questions about it.
Lyndon White is a creator/artist that’s impressed on every project he’s been involved with and his latest solo project hit the campaign trail through Unbound just last month……so it was time to fire some questions his way.
As Mental Health Awareness week comes to an end it’s almost fitting that I take a long overdue look at The Mind of James Svengal from the minds of Lyndon White and Jordan Sam Adams
The latest release from Hellbound Media sees their Mandy the Monster Hunter character face of against her latest foe.