Chocobites kindly reviewed Out of Time 2. Here is what he had to say
a genuinely funny sci-fi romp which is utterly beautiful to look at…I can’t emphasise enough just how bloody gorgeous Cuttlefish’s art is here. It looks deceptively simple but in fact the book is filled with quirky humorous details that brings Luke Halsall’s brilliant adventure to life…I absolutely loved this book.
Thank you so much for the kind words. You can read the entire review here
It has been a long time coming but like a fine wine it should never be rushed.
iHero issue 2 is almost complete!
With the comic in the production stage at time of writing, it should be out very soon.
Here is a wee taste of the phenomenal front cover by Graeme Kennedy.
iHero 2 was written by myself, Luke James Halsall and drawn by Graeme Kennedy. iHero 2 welcomes its newest conspirator too with Rob Jones as letterer. I think he has done a fantastic job and you can check out more of his stuff through Madius Comics, a hugely exciting new comics producer in the UK.
Yesterday, amazing news came.
Mine and Cuttlefish’s Out of Time has been nominated for a SICBA (The Scottish Independent Comic Book Alliance) for best comic book.
Voting opens soon and the winner will be announced at this year’s Glasgow Comic Con.
For everyone that has supported Out of Time so far I would like to publicly thank them. It is an honour to be nominated.
The nice people at Comics and Cookies have reviewed iHero. Here are some of the highlights:
iHero is a damn clever idea. It’s got satire enough to amuse anyone, and could quite easily function as a cautionary tale to the horrors of modern technology when placed in the wrong hands. iHeroworks as a great parody of modern society…
I liked the character of Icon, and found him to be particularly fascinating. His seemingly past-his-prime status as a superhero is rarely explored in comics, but is something I look forward to discovering throughout the course of iHero’s three issue run.
Thank you so much for the review. I really appreciate it. To check out the review in full click here
2013 has been an incredible year for me. It has seen Reads Volume 3 get published with mine and Staticgirl’s story, Gifted, apart of the collection, I have released my own collection of short stories known as The Mind Palace that received critical acclaim and saw me sell out of all of my issues at Glasgow Comic Con leaving only a select few shops with issues.
Then at Glasgow Comic Con I released iHero, mine and Graeme Kennedy’s limited superhero series that looks at the question what would happen if you could get superpowers like apps through your smart phone or tablet. We released issue 1 and like The Mind Palace it has received both critical and commercial acclaim with another two issues in the works.
Later this year Tales of a Lonely Planet will be released; an anthology put together by Stu Perrins where all the proceeds will go to Cancer Research. Mine and Tim Bird’s story The Terrible Truth About Mimes will be featured.
Now I can announce that I will be apart of a further project. This time working with Watercloset Press on their third issue of Ladies and Gentlemen. I have created the character The Tattie Bogle. Gavin Pollock was on artist duty and I can say that he truly nailed it. Ladies and Gentlemen issue 3 sees various creators come together to tell tales in the Ladies and Gentlemen universe. They could have used the characters that already exist or create new ones. I decided to create new ones with the main villain being The Tattie Bogle as our hero, Edinburgh based lecturer, Doctor Ferguson Flaming investigates.
Check out page one of this exciting new project
To find out more about Watercloset Press make sure to check out their website.