Thought Bubble 2013: The Pretty Much Almost Full Report

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TweetSo Thought Bubble 2013 has come and gone, a massive celebration of British – and foreign – comics talent, lead by the mighty Lisa Wood and featuring creators from all round the world, fans from all walks of life, and comics of every size, shape, style and form you could ever imagine. Here’s a rundown […]

Go, Read: Dan Berry and Nate DiMeo’s The Memory Palace

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TweetThe first of what appear to be a number of collaborations between writer and podcaster Nate DiMeo and artist (and podcaster!) Dan Berry has been published over at Boing Boing. Taking stories from DiMeo’s ‘The Memory Palace’ Podcast and retelling them, this first story sees the creative team delving into a creepy little mystery in […]

Dan Berry Almost Quit Drawing Comics!

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TweetOver on his website, Dan Berry has just put up a new comic which explains how he almost quit drawing comics. It’s a story of dark secrets, shameful yearning, and illicit smells.

Review: The Suitcase: what not to do with dead pets

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Tweet The Suitcase by Dan Berry Blank Slate Books It begins with an ordinary, yet unfortunate, circumstance. After agreeing to feed her neighbour’s cat and dog while they’re on a weekend break, Helen, on a visit to feed the pets, finds the dog dead. Nothing untoward; Cruncher had had, by all accounts, a long and […]

INTERVIEW: Dan Berry’s ‘Make It Then Tell Everybody’

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TweetA comics lecturer and creator, Dan Berry both writes and draws his own work — such as the forthcoming The Suitcase from Blank Slate Books. But on top of that, he’s also launched a podcast fairly recently, in which he sits down with a number of writers, artists, creators, in order to talk about creation, […]

The best of Hourly Comics Day

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TweetYesterday was hourly comics day, John Campbell’s deviation of the 24 hour comic concept originally founded by Scott McCloud, which is a Ronseal sort of deal with participants producing a comic every hour. Most people tend to plump for  a narration of what’s taken place in their lives over the hour just passed, which I think is pretty brave: if […]