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Armageddon Expo, Melbourne

Oct.10.2012

Milk Shadow Books, publisher of All You Bastards Can Go Jump Off a Bridge and many other edgy, fresh comics, will have a booth at this event.

J's Latest Blogs

Apr.11.2014 - 6:26 pm
    "Shall we resurrect thon?" thon asked.    "The ungendered third person pronoun?" replied the other thon.    "Well, a lot of people...
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Apr.09.2014 - 1:13 am
    "Ever run out of ideas?"    "Who, me?"    "Of course you."    "Well. Who can say, really?"    "You...
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Apr.07.2014 - 3:39 am
    "When salt loses its saltiness, what good is it?"    "There might be a a small market for joke salt, I don't know."    "Of course...
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Apr.05.2014 - 4:06 pm
One two three up the tree knee knee knee in the guts isn't very pleasant mountain rainbow and arrow pointing to doom moody people walking down the street, can you tell me how to...
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Comments from J

Aug.18.2011 - 7:39 pm
In response to: Baltimore Comic Con! and Holy new layout Red Room!
I know what you mean, re keeping to a schedule. I've had trouble with that myself! I reckon the best thing is to take...
Aug.18.2011 - 5:51 pm
In response to: Baltimore Comic Con! and Holy new layout Red Room!
I read this and the post preceding it. Keep up the weekly blog, I think it will be interesting. I wish you the best of...
Aug.04.2011 - 5:44 pm
In response to: Did Hitler Help Inspire the Vegetarian/Spiritual Movement that Gained Strength in the 1960's?
vegetarianism long predates the 30s. Hitler was a vegetarian, but it wasn't part of Nazism. They did have firm ideas...
Aug.02.2011 - 5:25 pm
In response to: Worst Sentence In 2011
That sentence had a bit of a turbine-like effect on my own thoughts.
Aug.01.2011 - 10:10 pm
In response to: Our Comic Book Culture
I have come to a similar conclusion about creative pursuits recently. Broadly there are two kinds. One kind serves to...

Published Reviews

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Jan.12.2013
Published by Sydney Morning Herald
"...thought-provoking, contemplative, and exploring the narrative and visual possibilities of his medium."