Scarcity

I know I’ve been a bit scarce on the ground but if you want to see me I will be out in public at the Homecooked Comics Festival next Sunday.   In May I’m heading to Japan for a month, so I will sadly not be at Oz Comic Con or at Continuum. M wife and son are already over there and I’m looking forward to joining them.    Some bad news: my long-delayed novel, Shadowmancy, has been further delayed due to the publisher going onto an indefinite hiatus. The book is done and ready for print and will come out...

Sixsmiths Shortlisted for a Ledger Award

Hey folks, Some excellent news. The Sixsmiths (both volumes together) have been shortlisted for the Ledger Awards! It’s very strong list this year and a huge honour just to be nominated. I’m incredibly proud of the the team for getting us to this point and grateful to Caliber Comics for making it all happen. Cheers! — JF 2016 Short List announced! FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail

The Sixsmiths Melbourne Book Launch

Sing a song of Sixsmiths A hipflask full of rye Seventeen creators Baked in a pie When the pie was opened They all began to sing “We are such a bunch of knaves And Satan is our King!” That’s right, we’re having a Melbourne book launch for the Sixsmiths graphic novels! Be among the first to see the diabolical new edition of volume 1 and the all new volume 2. Your friends will burn with envy for a thousand years! MCed by the dulcet brogue of Emmet O’Cuana, I will be on hand to discuss the book and sign copies....

Australian Comics Journal review of The Sixsmiths

Big thank you to the Australian Comics Journal. “…plenty of great gags (a Norwegian death metal band’s day trip to St Kilda is especially amusing) and fun ideas and scenarios, as well as some ambitious world-building going on. This volume also recruits a wide pool of impressive art talent with Dean Rankine, Jase Harper, Sacha Bryning, Aly Faye, Gregory MacKay, Trevor Wood, Luke Pickett, Sarah Howell, Tim McEwen, Anton McKay, Bruce Mutard, Bobby N, Jan Scherpehuizen, and Ed Sienienkowicz presenting their own visual interpretations of The Sixsmiths’ universe.” http://australiancomicsjournal.com/?p=3099 FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail