Jul 04 2013

Behind the Panels Video One-Shot – The Paul Bedford Interview

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Australia’s Paul Bedford is the author of the psychological horror graphic novel The List, released last year after 5 years in development. The massive success of the book has led to the film rights to the graphic novel being optioned, one of the only Australian comics to receive that honour.

We caught up with Paul at Supanova Sydney 2013 at his table in Artists’ Alley.

We need to thank Paul for his time, and we look forward to what comes next. You can find out more about Paul Bedford and The List by following his Facebook Fanpage.

The Rest…

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