Melbourne next week, Onna Bugeisha, Magpie, Bullet Gal, the Little Nobody Machine gig, art, & interviews

This Monday, I’m heading home to Melbourne for a couple of weeks, mostly to see family and mates. But I’ll also be there to launch the novel Black Sails, Disco […]

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15 Years in Japan, the Bullet Gal novel is Here, and a few Influences

Today marks my fifteenth year in Japan; the Tokyo anniversary is tomorrow, as I initially arrived in Osaka and stayed overnight there. Who would’ve figured this on July 26, 2001, […]

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Is There Really An Aussie Indie Comics Explosion? + Bullet Gal reviews & op-eds + Kindle discount

So tomorrow night (Friday 22 July) there’s a panel on at San Diego Comic Con presented by some mates of mine from Australia. It deals with the apparent renaissance right […]

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Bullet Gal release date & full cover art, plus Black Sails reviews & interviews

Thanks to Roundfire Books, this week I received the final wraparound cover art for the Bullet Gal novel, plus a confirmed publication date (November 25). The synopsis has also been […]

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Onna Bugeisha, Bullet Gal, Magpie, Crash & Black Sails, Disco Inferno

This week, I started work on a new comic book series named Onna Bugeisha, which is in fact based on one of the core-members of super hero team the Fenders in […]

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Li’l Big Dipper, Black Sails, Disco Inferno, Magpie, Bullet Gal, etc.

I’m currently fortunate enough to be working with Australian artist Stu Campbell on a one-off comic short for national zine Oi Oi Oi!, and here’s a tease/process glimpse of the lovely W.I.P. […]

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Slaves of the cannibal god, chicago news, and the 1990s melbourne rave party scene

OK, there’re a few things I wanted to jot down here, and they’re quite diverse — meaning the grand master challenge to get ’em to sit pretty with one another. […]

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