Friday, July 30, 2010

I got back from San Diego late last week but I am still horribly lagged. It was a very enjoyable 10 days and I even got to do some fun things too. I'm hoping that the regular visitors here haven't all died of boredom and stopped visiting as it's been almost a month since I last put up a new post. But July and the beginning of August have been very interesting indeed, passing by in the blink of the proverbial. So here's half a dozen photos from San Diego for you (Bruce Timm, Frank Darabont, some bloke dressed as Death who was on the escalator opposite me, John (Bender) DiMaggio, who I gave a copy of TRIPWIRE to, Matt Groening and Grant Morrison. I'll be putting up a proper post in the next few days…

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Sunday, July 11, 2010

At last my photography website is up and running. It contains the best of my photos and will be updated from time to time. So why don't you check it out?

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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

The new issue of TRIPWIRE is at the printers now. It's hard to believe that this is the fifth issue we've done with the new format but it's hopefully our best yet. We've got a Futurama feature, an interview with movie poster master Drew Struzan, chats with fantasy veteran writer Michael Moorcock and bestselling author Glen David Gold plus artist, illustrator and photographer Dave McKean talks about his career. We've also got anniversary commemorations of DC's 75th birthday and Captain America's 70th. It's thinner than last year's issue but this is reflected in the price (£6.95 UK or $9.99 US rather than £9.95 UK or $15.95 US). It'll be out in the second half of this month, available at select Tesco Metros, West End newsagents, Forbidden Planet, Forbidden Planet International, Gosh and Orbital in the UK and through Barnes & Noble and Border in the US plus in Chapters and Indigo in Canada. Here's a few pages and the cover from it

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