In Preview: FLD by Bob Turner

FLD (Flood) Created by Bob Turner 24 pages – Full Colour Remove the vowels and then it becomes a spell that will pull you down and under… FLD book opens on a single drop of water splashing down and becoming part of the sea. We then watch a fish jump out of the water andContinue reading In Preview: FLD by Bob Turner

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Last few days to back a bumper comics collection from Madius Comics, collecting “Papercuts and Inkstains” – in colour

There are just a few more days to go to back the Kickstarter appeal for Paperbacks and Inkstains – The Collected Papercuts and Inkstains from Madius Comics, a 200 page-plus book of strips we’ve enthused about here on downthetubes – but this time out, published in colour, edited by Rob Jones and Mike Sambrook. The MadiusContinue reading Last few days to back a bumper comics collection from Madius Comics, collecting “Papercuts and Inkstains” – in colour

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In Review: DTHRTL 3 by Bob Turner

Writer/artist Bob Turner’s remarkable silent tale DTHRTL (that’s “Death Rattle” for those of us who like to use vowels) draws to a close with Book 3. DTHRTL follows our eyeball-headed hero (remember, the comic is silent so there are no character or location names) who has escaped the clutches of Death by winning at Rock-Paper-ScissorsContinue reading In Review: DTHRTL 3 by Bob Turner

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Sneak Peek: DTHRTL 3 To Be Launched At MCM Scotland Comic Con

Bob Turner Of Castle Rock Comics tells us that the third and concluding issue of his excellent silent comic DTHRTL (that’s “Death Rattle” for those of us who like to use vowels) will be officially launched at the MCM Scotland Comic Con being held at the SECC in Glasgow over the weekend of 24/25 SeptemberContinue reading Sneak Peek: DTHRTL 3 To Be Launched At MCM Scotland Comic Con

In Review: DTHRTL Issue 2

Silent comics are always a challenge to read, and to review given that there are no character or location names to be used, but Bob Turner’s DTHRTL (that is Death Rattle to the non-text savvy amongst us) is definitely worth the challenge. The basic plot from the first issue is that Death has come toContinue reading In Review: DTHRTL Issue 2