The Human Beings issue 6 - SNIP

A few thoughts on “The Human Beings” Issue 6 from Stuart McCune

Created by Stuart McCune 40 pages – Full Colour Published by Millicent Barnes Publishing The Quote… “As if in a trance Maria watched the woman. For it seemed to her then that she was watching the dead still centre of the world. “The quintessential intersection of nothing.’ Joan Didion. (Play it as it Lays.) TheContinue reading A few thoughts on “The Human Beings” Issue 6 from Stuart McCune

The Human Beings Issue 5 - Cover SNIP

SJ McCune’s Human Beings is haunting my head… and I don’t care!

This isn’t a review of the latest issue of SJ McCune’s The Human Beings in the strictest sense. Think of this article as more of a discussion on the connection a comic made with the reader (me) after a spectacular bout of insomnia. The Human Beings is a series that I have followed closely. OneContinue reading SJ McCune’s Human Beings is haunting my head… and I don’t care!

The Human Beings Issue Four - Sample Art

A Few Thoughts on The Human Beings Issue 4 from SJ McCune

The Human Beings Issue 4 Written and drawn by SJ McCune Published by Millicent Barnes Comics “I’m already in a different place. I left where. I let the tether out more and more. I am losing sense of where I left…” And so starts the labyrinthine fourth issue of what started as an anthology ofContinue reading A Few Thoughts on The Human Beings Issue 4 from SJ McCune

A Few Thoughts on “The Human Beings” Issue 3

The Human Beings – Issue 3 Created by SJ McCuune Published by Millicent Barnes Comics – 24 pages – full colour Sometimes, I like to get a press release. Often they are a handy explanation of a plot and a history of the creator or creators. It is an easy short cut when you areContinue reading A Few Thoughts on “The Human Beings” Issue 3

The Human Beings #2 - Sample Art

In Review: The Human Beings #2 by Stuart J McCune

Created by Stuart J McCune Published by Millicent Barnes Comics Out: Now The second issue of this strangely creepy anthology series and the one where you begin to sense that there is a plan in place. I sense a viciously dark overlaying consciousness. It radiates out of my tablet like a digital Videodrome. Stuart JContinue reading In Review: The Human Beings #2 by Stuart J McCune