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Confessions of a Rookie Filmmaker

New comics from Q-Ray! Confessions of a Rookie Filmmaker #1 “An independent comic about independent film making.” “Starting with Super-8 film, Clint Cure examines his film making journey through video and the beginning of the digital age.” E-Comic version: … Continue reading

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'Department of Australia' Clears Up Australia Immigration Confusion + New Kickstarter Comic

Pretty stark, eh?

That’s one of the logos on the Australian Customs and Border Protection website.

A (mostly) wordless comic ethnically profiled an expected wave of Afghan asylum seekers, and made ‘the lucky country’ look pretty harsh indeed!

Who to call? The Department of Australia to the rescue! Sydney-based Leslie Nassar gracefully inserts wordful wit to clarify the government’s misstep in a charming détournement.

[Additional art on Dept. of Australia FB Page]


There’s also an additional parody by ‘Pauline Pantsdown’. 



In other breaking comics news: Sam Wallman is selling original art from his Global Mail Detention Centre exposé to raise money for RISE.


And in further news, a new ‘Pozible’ fundraiser (by Kate Iselin (Vanity Project), Thomas Blatchford (Sticky Institute)) aims to to debunk the existing comic and print a new one: 



Postscript: more news coverage at: 

New Zealand, Once Welcoming of Refugees, Now Follows Australia

The Federal Government uses a comic book to stop the boats

The medium and the message: comics about asylum seekers

Australian Government Uses Comic Books To Stop Asylum Seekers

Refugees angered by government’s graphic novel campaign

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Silent Army Double Header - 'Once' (Tim Danko) & 'A Bit of Froth' (Michael Fikaris)


In Auckland (New Zealand) tonight, Tim Danko is launching 'Once', his crowdfunded opus that took France by storm, now available in English! (Following his Melbourne launch.)


Meanwhile, in Melbourne (Australia) Michael Fikaris is putting the final touches on the modestly named 'A Bit Of Froth', compiling over a decade of comics creations. (August 30th launch). Congrats to both!


More on both:

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A few paintings from my latest series. Mixed Medium on canvas. 

A few paintings from my latest series. Mixed Medium on canvas. 

Silent Army Storeroom exhibition of works.

Silent Army Storeroom exhibition of works.

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Rebecca on Antiques Roadshow

Big News! Rebecca created an animated promotional spot for Maloy’s Jewelry store (where Eve works), and it premiered last Monday on Oregon Public Broadcasting, before and after Antiques Roadshow at 8pm. Portland people should be able to catch it for the next few weeks flanking Roadshow. A longer version with music by Ben is on [...]

Watch This Space

Three bowling balls to be auctioned at Space Object in early May. Details forthcoming. Video by Milan Erceg GIF conversions by Jacob Mercy David Chelsea is listening to: American Mirror: The Life and Art of Norman Rockwell by Deborah Solomon

Look at these amazing prices....

Are you getting a tax refund and wondering what to spend your money on?

I have a tax bill I need to pay and I would like to sell you some art.  ;)

Check this out!

Work in Progress: Bowling Balls

As I said in my last blog post, I will be appearing at the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle at the end of March selling copies of all of my books, drawing sketches, doing on-the-spot perspective critiques, and all the other stuff I do at cons. I will also be bringing along the project [...]

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John Allison Interview

Interview with 'Bad Machinery's John Allison

2012 in Review: M. P. Fikaris

What have been your personal cartooning/comics highlights of 2012? Starting up a little store room in my studio and printing up a new periodical DAILIES while pushing through my inhibitions of medium and painting some comics.

Christopher Downes 2012 in review

What have been your personal cartooning/comics highlights of 2012? I went to the Australian Cartoonists Association's Stanley Awards weekend for the very first time. I had to crowd fund in order to get there, but it was really fun. I got to meet a lot of heroes of mine and they turned out to be genuinely nice people.

2012 in Review: Tim Danko

What have been your personal cartooning/comics highlights of 2012? Continuing confidence in my work and processes, it is the gift that keeps on giving.

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Tom Hart's account of his daughter's passing. Heartbreaking.

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