Jon Laight’s latest book, Away, is being released through Markosia in a couple of months time but the promise of a sci-fi epic covering adventures across space & time had me more than a little intrigued.
It feels like I’ve been reading Mike Lynch’s comics forever and with the likes of Nestor, Blackstar, Lynch Mob and more recently Salvage all impressing – we were long overdue a catch-up with some comic questions.
Martin Greene’s story for Salvage got a script from Mike Lynch before being recently released by Markosia and the glimpses here n there over the last few years has meant I was desperate to get hold of a copy as soon as it came out.
Artist Mick Trimble has gone from strength to strength as he’s progressed from short small press contributions to full run graphic novels with Markosia and that called for some questions to find out how that’s been.
Having recently caught up with Dark Matter Volume 1 and then getting an early look at Volume 2 I caught up with Chris Sides ahead of it’s launch this coming weekend to fire some questions his way about the book, what’s next and the Close 2 Immortality group.
Markosia Enterprise will be releasing a collected edition of Future Primitive by Kevin Gunstone & Slobodan Jovanovic at this year’s London Super Comic Con and after being impressed by the issues #1 & #2 so far……getting a full run of the title will be on my ‘to do’ list.
The big question of science vs religion is rolled out in the first 2 issues of Future Primitive released through Markosia and while the tale as old as time may be one we’ve heard before, there’s no crime in trying to breath new life into that.