I am a guest of Gosh/Bf as part of the awesome drink and draw. Join me and Natasha on Thursday – pencils at the ready.
For more info go to the Broken Frontier website
Andy Oliver has reviewed the Sea shepherd on Broken Frontier.
It’s Azzopardi’s art, though, that elevates the narrative with confident visual storytelling, both capturing the sheer horror of the unrelenting and amoral destruction of the biosphere and also the enormity of the marine environment The Sea Shepherd is set within.
Thanks for kind words, Andy.
The books is available in the Phatcomics shop.
I have self-published my own comics for nearly Twenty years. A good portion of these are what is generally termed autobio, short for autobiography, Ten years in the making I have produced eight comics centred around my personal experiences. I had the gauge idea of the BIG BOOK, collecting these comics and working towards 600 pages. This was with one eye on Eddie Campbell – The years have pants and building a legacy work. But drift set in and I was lost as to what direction to lead the project.
Strip for me steps up
It was Douglas Noble that suggested that I should collect them under a working title and he would publish them on Strip For Me/ComiXology. He suggested Life’s a party. I was quite resistant to this title at first. It’s a play on my surname and I’ve heard most versions including ASSPARTY ! After a while I came round to accepting the title as a thing.
Why do you need to know this.
Basically all my back issues are out of print, and I have no intention of reprinting any of them. New comics will be published and if I ever get to the end of this project I will try to get a complete book published. But until then, digital is the way to read the back issues.
So where can I buy these ?
Life’s a party/Strip for me/ComiXology is the place to go for back issues.
For my current print comic, Last Orders click through to the shop.