How does an award winning short film transition from screen to print? In my interview with Edinburgh based film director/writer David Lumsden, we discuss all things about his graphic novel ‘Boat’ and future projects.
Black Wing Comics are now a week into their kickstarter campaign for their debut comic Toy-Z. Check out their progress and recently revealed artwork.
Described as ‘Toy Story meets The Walking Dead’, Black Wing Comics announce a kickstarter for their first ever release Toy-Z: The Ballad of Mr Huggles.
I got the chance to chat with Cliff Hughes, creative Director at Black Wing, about the upcoming release.
Check out what I got up to to at Granite City Comic Con 2017.
From Judge Dredd magazine, to writing screenplays for television, Jim Alexander has had a wonderful career. I had the pleasure of chatting with Jim recently. Check out the full interview here.
With granite City Comic Con kicking off this weekend, this weekend has lots to offer for comic fans.
Granite City Comic Con raises awareness for CLAN Cancer and GCCC 2017 by hosting a ‘geek exchange’. Check out my feature of the event.
How does our Local comic scene up here in Aberdeen compare to a larger city such as London? Check out my feature interview with comic book fan Tessa Cruse to find out how.
What does it mean to be a female in comic books? In my interview with comic book artist/creator Kathryn Briggs we discuss female representation in comic books, and her own comic book series ‘Triskelion’.
For those of you who are in Aberdeen next Saturday, head on over to Asylum Books and Games for a sketching &and Signing session with comic artist/creator Kathryn Briggs.
Comic book sales see an increase in sales in 2016.
In my interview with one of the GCCC co-coordinators, Chris Robertson, we discuss how Granite City Comic-Con has grown since it first began, along with the comic culture and fandom scene in Aberdeen. There is also a highly interesting and informative discussion on the representation of female superheroes and villains in comic books and their respective film adaptations.