Luke breathes a sigh of relief as he reaches the home straight.However, this might be hardest stretch yet. The strip begins to meander, it finds the way home for a sprint finish over the last stage, only for the finish line to be moved on a few yards……..
I’ve previously reported… jeez, check me trying to sound professional. I’ll try again.
I posted before about this book which is on its way from Markosia. Accompanying Mr Flint’s mind altering artwork is text from Cy Dethan and its from his website I got the cover above (thanks for the heads up Cy).
Go on over to Cy’s site and check out a bit more background info on what you can expect.
Click Below for reviews with possible spoilers by Mark O’Neill and Greg Meldrum
The guys over at Markosia have been cool enough to let me break the news that this year they will be publishing “Broadcast, The TV Doodles of Henry Flint”
This will contain about 100 peices of all new artwork from Mr Flint along with text and commentary co-written by Cy Dethan, author of Cancertown and Slaughterman’s Creed (which I’ll also be reviewing in the next day or two). Cy talks a bit about it on his blog HERE and as I’ve said before about Cy, nice guy but one intense motherf*cker, so perfectly suited to attempting to translate this artwork.
The book is due to be published in time for this years Birmingham Comic Expo but expect to see previews on the Markosia stand at this years Bristol Con. As Im sure you can imagine the scans I’ve posted here are doing the peices and their insane levels of detail no justice whatsover so I’m really looking forward to checking out these previews and of course the finished book. As we get closer to the release date I’ll try and use it as an excuse to get Henry Flint onto the podcast to discuss this and of course his 2000AD work.
Big thanks to Nic Wilkinson for throwing me this in advance.
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Shakara the Avenger part 3
Script by Robbie Morrison
Art by Henry Flint
Letters by Ellie de Ville
Click below for review with possible spoilers by Mark O’Neill, Greg Meldrum, Pete Wells and Shaun Avery
Around the time of the Prog 1700 release I did a series of quick interviews which I posted up on the Geek Syndicate website.
Just in case anyone missed them, here are links to them all.
Posted by Richard McAuliffe