Jasper Bark

Creating Comics (and some dogged determination): Jasper Bark reveals the secrets of making “Parassassin”, his latest graphic novel

One of the most intriguing graphic novels I’ve read in the past few months is Parassassin by Jasper Bark with art by Alfa Robbi, first published in the brilliant digital anthology Aces Weekly but available now as a full-blown graphic… Read More ›

Bomb Scares Anthology Out In Time for Hallowe’en, First Annual Event for Project

Hallowe’ens are going to be just that little bit different from now on… Birmingham based comic book publisher Time Bomb Comics has announced the release of what will be an annually released horror anthology going under the title of Bomb… Read More ›

Beyond Lovecraft: An Interview with Jasper Bark and Rob Moran about their new graphic novel

Comics writer Jasper Bark (who I’ve been privileged to work with in the past on a couple of projects) and artist Rob Moran have just launched a crowdfunding appeal to support their latest project, Beyond Lovecraft – a graphic novel… Read More ›

ASHCAN Awards: Writer nominations include Tom Ward, Jasper Bark

Hearty congratulations to Tom Ward, creator of the excellent indie comic Merrick: The Elephantman, a title we’ve been enthusing about on downthetubes for quite a while now. Along with others that include the equally talented Jasper Bark (whose new book, Bloodfellas,… Read More ›

The Birmingham Comics Festival 2015: A View From the Trenches

  The mysterious but thankfully only occasional vagaries of internet communication delayed delivery of this report by Paul H. Birch on the well-received Birmingham Comics Festival, but it’s here now! Enjoy… Walking the fully-glazed curved length of Edgbaston Cricket Stadium’s committee lounge… Read More ›

A View from Behind The Table: Futurequake at the Birmingham Comics Festival

  Last week saw the Birmingham Comic Festival in Birmingham, and FutureQuake Press were there in full force, celebrating 10 years of their publications which include Zarjaz, the 2000AD-inspired zine, and the outstanding anthology title, Futurequake. Here’s editor and publisher Dave… Read More ›

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