Here’s a look at my favourite comics page of 2013 (by me). It’s one that pops up in Youthful Attack, and one that’s close to my heart.
Hopefully the coming year will have a whole lot more pages that look like this. Youthful Attack is, of course, still available right on the site.
Go on now and take a look at Broken Frontier, where Andy Oliver has the first review of Youthful Attack.
That’s what they’re saying.
The latest comic from Douglas Noble is the war comic to end all war comics. A break in the line. A dive headfirst into the heart of an explosion. A landscape that doesn’t care. The end of the line.
“…there’s no one in the small press who makes me think about their comics in quite the same way as Douglas Noble does.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier
Youthful Attack is a 32 page comic with very colour covers. It will, of course, change your life.
Hey, look where I am on Saturday. I hope that I’ll see you there!
Hey gang, did you see that there’s a new review of Robotnik up at Broken Frontier. That splendid Andy Oliver fellow says things like this:
You should go and read all the other words too.
Remember people, Live Static is still available to buy right here in glorious monochrome!
What’s this? Why, it’s issue forty of Mr Spoqui, the family magazine of the Baeza’s, spinning out of Portugal and travelling all over the world from there. This issue is on the subject of islands, and features a new one page strip from me called Today a Stranger Walks With Us. As if that’s not enough, it also features contributions from Alessandro Ripane, Eduardo Vaz, Éndrjü, Inga Gaile, Jean de Wet, Ji Hyun Yu, Kodi Fabricant and Thales Lira.
I really enjoyed seeing this, and I think that you would too. Get yourself on over to the website to find out where you can get a copy for yourself.