CBO – The Relaunch

Last month, Scott, my co-host, and I did a soft relaunch of our podcast, Comic Book Outsiders, for a third time. We’ve been going for over seven years now, and this is more of a refresh than a total relaunch. We’ve got a new theme tune, which is more relaxed and chilled out than previousContinue reading “CBO – The Relaunch”

November update

I’ve not posted in a bit as ever since I came back from WFC I’ve been pretty busy with various projects. So just a quick round up of what’s going on at the moment. The game is still in the testing phase, I just received a message to download another version for me to playContinue reading “November update”

Ongoing Adventures in Digital Comics

Back in June, I posted about Digital Comics and my foray into going digital with a monthly comic. A few months on I thought I’d post a bit of an update. As mentioned, when digital comics were first taking off, comic book retailers threw a hissy fit thinking it would hurt them and mean theirContinue reading “Ongoing Adventures in Digital Comics”

Holiday Reads

It’s almost time for my summer holiday so I thought I’d do a quick post on what I’m going to be reading while relaxing by the pool. I’m not a fast reader at all, but when on holiday with few distractions, I can get through about four or five books in a week. So IContinue reading “Holiday Reads”

Good Comics – Part 1

I’ve been reading comics for so long, I sometimes forget how difficult it is, and how intimidating it can be, to walk into a comic shop, or browse in a book shop, or search online, and pick up a comic worth reading. Yes, it’s all subjective and what I think qualifies as a ‘good’ comic,Continue reading “Good Comics – Part 1”

Bring Me My Red Shirt

There’s an old joke I remember from my childhood about a brave pirate. Whenever his ship is about to be attacked he calls for his red shirt which he¬†wears over his other clothes and then fights as hard as he can. The idea being that no one will know if he is wounded because¬†the bloodContinue reading “Bring Me My Red Shirt”