Two of the songs played at the last Played Twice can be found here.
Another page for the planned book ‘The Cat That Calls Upon The Night’.
For ‘The Cat That Calls Upon The Night’. A work in progress.
Breakdown Press’s Safari Festival photos are here. Well done to everyone at Breakdown. Also, Dan Nadel paid a glowing tribute to BDP at The Comics Journal this week:
"Here’s a report on the new London comics festival, Safari, hosted by my candidate for most-promising young publishing house, Breakdown Press. What makes an exciting young comic book publisher? Well, pull up a chair and listen to this bitter old failure preach it: Precise and adventurous taste; a sense of serving an actual community (not fake mascot- or brand- driven community); the discovery and nurturing of young avant garde talent; a strong editorial vision; a crystalized production/design aesthetic; an ambition to advance the art form. Besides Leon Sadler’s Famicon, I can’t think of another publisher that’s done this lately.”
I wasn’t at Safari, and neither were any comics by me, just this lousy t-shirt. I’m barely clinging on to the backside of the bandwagon. The top photo is of Simon Hacking, Connor Willumsen and Tom Oldham.
For ‘The Cat That Calls Upon The Night’, a new Klaus book I’m working on.
Working on some silent panels.