Terrier Comics already impressed with their
Tales of Mystery and Imagination but they stepped that up with the first issue of Ailsa Dark and with a funding campaign prepped to start for the second issue it seemed like just the right time to catch-up with creator & founder William Hazle. Continue reading
After loving issues
#1, #2 & #3 of Tales of Mystery and Imagination from Terrier Studios their next issues were always going to be something I’d strive to catch-up with.
Dundee’s Terrier Studios was a publisher I stumbled across earlier in the year at the first Dunfermline Comic Con and after picking up the first two issues of their
Tales of Mystery and Imagination I was pretty much hooked.
Dundee based Terrier Studios already impressed with the
first two issues of their Tales of Mystery & Imagination and I made sure to get my hands on the third issue at this year’s Thought Bubble.
I recently picked up the first two issues of
Tales of Mystery and Imagination at last months first Dunfermline Comic Con from the Dundee based Terrier Studios.
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Tagged Bartosz Masiak, Dunfermline Comic Con, Ewan Smith, Gary Burley, Kenneth Anderson, Kieran O'Connor, Lewis Cooper, Tales of Mystery and Imagination, Terrier Studios, William Hazle |