Comics updating on thursday
Did you know that he was a massive fan of The Adventures of Luther Arkwright?
We can't find the original interview where he talked of this, in the early nineties, but here's an extract from a 1996 interview with Roger Sabin in the American magazine Speak. is a comics anthology with the proceeds going to Planned Parenthood.
Join Eisner, Harvey, Oscar, and Emmy award winning creators for stories about trailblazing women, civil rights leaders, a person's first time going to a PP clinic, debunking myths about sex, STI screenings, HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention, fantastical stories with superheroes, Greek mythology, and a future both with and without Planned Parenthood.
Joining creators such as Neil Gaiman, Gail Simone, Ann Nocenti, Mark Wheatley, Trina Robbins, Eric Shanower and Denny O'Neil, Bryan's drawn a two-page strip for the over 300-page long book, "If She Didn't Love Me", written by Magdalene Vissagio In Shops: Jan 24, 2018 Friday 2nd March, 5.15pm-6.45pm Colin Matthew Room, Ground Floor of the Radcliffe Humanities Building University of Oxford Free entry and open to all Esteemed comics creators Bryan and Mary Talbot discuss their recent work and artistic practice.
SEPTA has been working on updating its power lines since 2000, and the wires in University City are among those prioritized for replacement.
Anyway, ending 2017 for the Station V3 universe is the (now traditional?
) four update day, with new comics up here and at Z7, Ebb’s Children, and Silence in the Darkness on Q16!
Then as more time passed since the last update, it got harder to start back up again.
I doubt if I’m going to update every day of 2018, but I’ll try to update a little more often than I did this year!
Now when creating comics strips has become so much easy and totally free, so many creators are coming with their webcomics that its hard to find the real gem among them. It may have become easy to create comics strips online but the talent of creating a comics with good plot, scenes, expressions, excitements isn’t easy to achieve.