Tag Archive: Broken Line

Jan 07 2015

Australian comics, graphic novels and events that excite us in 2015: Part 1

After compiling a list of the comics and graphic novels that excited us in 2015, we noted a handful of Australian comics that had been on the horizon for a while. However, we knew that we’d missed a few Australians in the process, and wanted to capture the sheer amount of work that goes into …

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Nov 17 2014

Andrew Constant goes sideways: ‘Fly’ and ‘Broken Line’

If you go by his Gestalt Comics bio, writer Andrew Constant has voyaged through journalism, salesmanship, I.T. management, bartending, and being a hippy before finding his feet as a comic book writer. His debut graphic novel Torn, first published back in 2011, was a reverse werewolf story with art by Nicola Scott and Joh James. His two …

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Oct 13 2014

Behind The Panels Issue 113 – The Punisher by Greg Rucka

Welcome to Behind the Panels Issue 113, the comic book show that doesn’t take prisoners. In this issue, Iron Man 4 may or may not be coming soon. In this one, Fin Fang Foom is revealed to be a cocker spaniel named Jerry. ALSO Marvel reintroduces Squirrel Girl in a storyline that’s just plain nuts. THEN we …

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Jul 10 2014

Oz Comic-Con 2014: Gestalt announces ‘The Deep: Voyages of the Aronnax’, ‘Kansas, Mars’, ‘Changing Ways Book 3’, ‘Flinch Volume 2’ and more

At Oz Comic-Con in Melbourne over the weekend (5-6 July), Gestalt Comics took to the stage to announce a slew of new comics and projects for the coming year, including a prequel to The Deep, a new volume of Justin Randall’s Changing Ways and a second volume of the best-selling Flinch anthology. The announcements were …

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Aug 30 2013

Gestalt announces ‘Broken Line #1’ from Andrew Constant and Emily Smith

Gestalt Comics have just announced a brand new book from Australian writer Andrew Constant and artist Emily Smith called Broken Line. It will be available through Comixology and other digital vendors “soon”. The recently launched Facebook page for the book is scant on details, but contains the intriguing tagline “The Land Never Ends, The Screams Never …

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