From unicorns and fairy queens to giants and trolls; These are just some of the creatures that you will encounter when you stroll through the pages of Jenni Gudgeon’s debut book, Folkland Fables: Scottish Fairy Creatures. Jenni is an award-winning photographic artist currently residing in Fife, and she has a lifelong fascination with mythical creatures…
From studying comics at University, to working for one of the most well known magazines in British comics. I sit down with artist Anna Morozova to discuss her her career since graduating from The University of Dundee.
Check out my interview with acclaimed British Illustrator and author James Albon, as we discuss his new graphic novel, A Shining Beacon.
Translating European comics into English, Sloth Comics is bringing culture to the UK comic scene. In my interview with director Nicolas Rossert we discuss his career and the influence comics have had on him and his home country.
“I guess I’m just a sucker for the place, it’s always been my home” – Local comic creator Richard Macrae discusses his career and the influence Aberdeen has had on his work.
From a management consultant, to the author of the best selling Twisted Dark anthology series. Check out my interview with the incredibly interesting Neil Gibson, where we discuss Twisted Dark and his career path into the comic book medium.
“How can we be free in a universe where freedom doesn’t exist?” – That is the question English comic book writer Ryan O’Sullivan is looking to explore in the Image comics series, Void Trip. The series, a collaboration between Ryan and artist Plaid Klaus, looks to mix sci-fi with elements of comedy and existential crisis, where…
From writing crime fiction to fantasy and dragons, Scottish author James Oswald has become a self-publishing success. Check out my full interview with the Sunday Times Best Selling author here.
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.
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.
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’.