- A short Dr Who comic from Rob Davis illustrating the appeal of the Time Lord.
- Article about the advances in 3D printing. Soon you'll just fire one of these babies up and produce anything.
- Article about how not to get a dead person through an airport and on to a plane. Sounds like the start of a novel.
- Dialogue and how to keep it natural.
- An art gallery on your computer.
- Free music from Ithaca Trio.
- Free comics Sin Titulo, Power Out, The Guns of Shadow Valley, Bayou.
Right off to write to my MP (Alistair Darling for those interested) about the Digital Economy Bill and how it is wrong, wrong, wrong.
Comic protests that takes you around the world. Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption is a comic collective who take on some serious projects and present them in a sympathetic way. Some better than others.
A short from Warren Ellis, Aetheric Mechanics feels like one of those ideas he had and dashed of quickly before it vanished from his vast brain. It's short and blunt but as usual clever and well presented.
I love Tomine austere art work in Sleepwalk. Fine lines with deep blacks that remind me Charles Burns. Good story telling as well.
Solipsistic Pop collection no 1. Some good, some not so, but good enough so that I'll buy collection no. 2.
Flinch is another collection this time from Australia. Only a couple were brilliant but some good stuff from Tan as usual.
A dark noir thriller set in the mind. The Manual of Detection is a brilliant idea, cleverly executed by a new author worth looking out for. Think Kafka with Bogart in it. Well presented book as well which is nice to see.
Read this week:
Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption by various
Aetheric Mechanics by Warren Ellis
Sleepwalk and other Stories by Adrian Tomine
Solipsistic Pop by Various
Flinch by various
The Manual of Detection by Jedediah Berry