Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Falling Into Shadow

Well, given that the last few months have been an exhilarating roller-coaster of cancer scares and Doctor Who specials (neither of which turned out to be anything important), it's worthwhile keeping one eye fixed on what's really going on here: comics exist, and they are happening. Example:

Luther Washington: Whatever the Cost
Published by Unseen Shadows
Writer: Cy Dethan
Artist: To Be Confirmed - Possibly You!

With Wrath of God and The Immaculate Abortion of Dina Leigh already in print, and both the short story Eye of Stone and the full-length graphic novel Blood Cries Out in production, this is actually my fifth journey into Barry Nugent's ever-expanding Unseen Shadows universe. Pretty soon, I'll have snaked my way into every corner of Barry's brain like a leucochloridium variae infestation (and, seriously, check that link out - it'll change the way you think about nature).

I can't talk too much about the story just yet, but the script's been approved and artists are being considered as we speak. More on this as things move ahead.

Onward!

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Very Bloge. Much Talking. Wow.

...aaand BOOM - we're up and running with an all-new MAGICAL COMPUTING ENGINE. I'm now busily restoring backups and waging Total War against Windows 8.1 in a noble and gloriously futile effort to get rid of all the ugly shit it comes lumped with and make it look and run like an actual desktop operating system.

Meanwhile, enjoy this podcast interview I recorded late last year in simpler, Vista-powered times with Ian M. Cullen of the SciFi Pulse website. In it, I discuss things that have happened, things that are happening and things that COULD NEVER, EVER POSSIBLY HAPPEN.

The interview starts at around the 35 minute mark in the show.

http://scifipulseradio.libsyn.com/sfp-now-featuring-uk-comics-writer-cy-dethan

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Technical Difficulties...

Posting's going to be spotty for a little while, as I'm currently conducting a purely digital re-enactment of The Poseidon Adventure with my crippled PC. The motherboard is fatally holed below the waterline and sinking fast. Hardware and ports are dying on all sides as I frantically shepherd all my vital files out through the one remaining functional USB slot and into the safety of my external backup drive. I can honestly say I've never felt so heroic in my life.

Back when my all-new EPIC COMPUTING MACHINE is up and running. Feel free to imagine some soothing light music until then...
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