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For the second year in a row A Pocket Chiller has been nominated for Best Periodical Series in the annual Broken Frontier awards. We are in good company too, alongside The Beano and our friends at Collosive ...

Award Season

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Over at The Gutter Review, I contribute a short piece on an alternate Christmas choice - the out of print The Luck in the Head by Ian Miller and M John Harrison. "A woman in a fish-head mask stalks a blasted ...

Bin Diver

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https://darkandgolden.bigcartel.com/product/shuk-doode-by-simon-harrison Also available at Gosh! Comics of London. Dark & Golden Books are excited to collect the 1988 comic serial Shuk and Doode for the very ...

Shuk and Doode – Dark & Golden 002

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Alanna Ryman takes walks in the dark and likes to feel the grass under her feet. She’s a keen gardener. She reads the newspaper and listens to the local news. Something is growing in the dark, and an anniversary ...

A Pocket Chiller: I Remain A Stranger

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After a stock taking I've found a final few copies of some older titles. If you've missed them, then this is your chance to grab them cheaply. If you want to buy a beautiful gift for someone, this is the very time to be ...

Flash Sale!

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Renegade master or not, I'm back, chatting with that Gary Lactus on Silence! Tune in and hear some unplanned talk about car indicators, thumbs for cats, A Pocket Chiller and my impressions of Hogarth's Tarzan strip. ...

Back once again.

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See what lurks beneath the skin of things. Substrata is an experimental zine by artists Sean Azzopardi and Olivia Sullivan. It is a visual diary of an unknown narrator attempting to understand the underlying nature of ...

Substrata

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Join me and other fine folk for the Gosh comics and Broken Frontier Drink and Draw on Thursday night. You can follow along on twitter at the #GoshBFDD hashtag, and all the details are here - ...

Drawing, drinking

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Yet more over on Comixology! New Stories in Old Stone is a record larger than mere landscape - a tectonic history with its eyes on the future. It's the tumble of tomorrows rushing through time; a map of yesterdays ...

New Stories in Old Stone

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