Posts tagged Comics
Spider-man vs Scorpion. This is one of those comic fights that sticks in your head your whole life. Recently found this in an old UK reprint, and HAD to share it.
Not sure who the artist/writer were, mind. Any ideas?
From the Hank Pym Photo Archives - Ororo Munroe, 1978 by philnoto
What Noto has done with this beautiful entry in this beautiful set, is extraordinary. He’s perfectly captured the slightly translucent quality of 70s photographs. It’s lovely.
I don’t entirely agree on Prometheus, but this is beautiful, and a beautiful tribute to Archie Goodwin.
Edmund Dehn as Judge MintyYou should all definitely check out this brilliant fan made film!Judge Minty Edmund DehnJudge Dredd Greg StaplesDirector Steven SterlacchiniDirector of Photography and Digital Imagery Stephen GreenProp and Costume Creator Daniel Carey-George of Custom Creations
Welcome to Particle Fiction.
This was a monthly comic that I produced for a little over a year. Rather than being one continuing story, it was a rotating feature anthology, so you should be able to read any of these stories on their own, and in any order.
If you want to read them in order, start here, and after each story click where it says “next issue”.
If you’re here for Ideasman (the fella in the picture above, easily the most popular feature in the comic), you’ll find a handy index of just the Ideasman stories here.
The only other recurring feature in Particle Fiction was something called Scorched Earth, a post apocalyptic sci-fi western. You’ll find the two Scorched earth stories here.
Three of the stories I did as part of Particle Fiction were written or co-written with other people- the most successful of these, Hypergirl (co-plotted and scripted by my friend Ian Sharman) became a graphic novel published by Markosia- you can buy the book from the Markosia or Orang Utan tables at any UK comic con, or you can get the digital version on Comixology.
that’s not the only piece of illustrated prose you’ll find here; I also wrote and illustrated a story called The Catch.
The very first Particle Fiction story was a gleefully pulpy bit of noirish action called The Eye Of The Tiger. I still like it, and people still ask me if I’m going to do a sequel. I’ve no ideas for one, but you never know, I guess.
For the last two years I’ve been the resident artist for the MOMBcomics twitter comic- an improvisational comic written live and on the spot by twitter users tweeting in suggestions. The first one I did can be found here. the second one was a 24 hour comic, and is a piece of insanity I’m very proud to have been involved with, called Honey Bun And The Magic Buttons, Or: Too Many Tentacles.
Feel free to reblog and share the stories as much as you like. In fact, please do! Nothing makes me happier than more readers.