Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Carl Barks (and some press stuff)

First off, here's a comic I did in September for Danger Park's wonderful anthology SUBTERRANEAN #1. Mine is but one of many truly excellent comics by folks like Falynn Koch, Kevin Burkhalter, Jarrett Williams, Jeremy Sorese, John Chad, and many more, including the excellent Danger Park guys themselves. If you see this comic at a show, GET IT! You won't regret it.

(note: this is bigger than my blog allows, so just right-click on the drawing and choose "view image." It'll open a new window with the drawing in it, and may require you to click it once to allow you to bring it to its regular size. Sorry for the hastle, but shrunk to the blog size you can't read the words!)

Also, go get some Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge comics. Right now.

Okay, that out of the way, I've been meaning to post some press stuff. Here it is:

Interview with Newarama, by Chris Arrant

Interview with the Temple of Cartoon Mojo by Nolan Woodard

Review on Read About Comics by Greg McElhatton

Review on Kleefeld on Comics by Sean Kleefeld

Review on Shazhmmm… by Hillary Brown & Garrett Martin

Plus there's a fairly lengthy review of Crogan's Vengeance on the SEQALAB podcast. It's episode #52, and it's from 46:20 until 56:20.
This one’s available either to listen to through the internet, or go to the itunes store and type in “seqalab.” It’s free, and you can download it and listen to it at your convenience. It's a fun podcast, and good for keeping up with comics news what our friends in Savannah are up to.

Next week I'll have a few more press things to put up (a couple more interviews), so feel free to check back!


hillary said...

Thanks for the link, Chris. Most likely will see you at Fluke.

Anonymous said...

Just finished Crogan's Revenge last night and I must say I enjoyed it. One of the highest compliments I can pay to a plot is the descriptor "economic." Nothing unnecessary, nothing lacking. Establishing a "moral" connection to the frame story was a challenge, no doubt, but it was a fine piratical tale. These pirates be havin' superb vocabularies, arr! I just finished a number of the old Horatio Hornblower books and there is just something great about tough dudes on a boat— and a hero who keeps his wits about 'im. We look forward to more. Much love from the Altamonte Brannons.