Tuesday, 8 October 2013
Comics I Got at the Bristol Comics and Zine Fair
There's Simon Moreton's 'Smoo #7' which is a set of three little mini comics about the small village he grew up in. You can read them in any order. They are really good. Here's a proper review of them from Andy Oliver at Broken Frontier.
Robert Brown's 'Killjoy #2' is great, I really liked the first issue too. This time he tells a group of short stories from his childhood. I especially liked 'Watershed' and 'Lost and Found' where he gets lost in a shopping centre from his dad, I can remember getting lost like that once myself.
I got Gareth Brookes 'The Black Project'. I really enjoyed the minicomic of the first part of the story he brought out a while ago and the book carries the story on really well. Highly recommended and I really liked how it ended.
Also I got Sean Azzopardi's lovely sketchbook called 'Trees', which has some really good drawings of trees from London and Angouleme.