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Heart of Millyera: Prelude review November 30, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Written by: Jess Cate Illustrated by: Jana Hoffmann Reviewed by: Tyrone Burns Often with new comic book writer’s and artists, their first issue is an experiment. A test to see how well the team works together and how well the writer’s vision translates in the artist’s work. The writer must adapt normal storytelling to the comic format and sometimes that means the first issue can become overloaded with words I’m happy to report that is…

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Interview with Mike Cooper November 23, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Interviewed by Tyrone Burns For the uninitiated who are you? Mike: During the day I’m a computer game developer. I’ve been doing that for 16 years and I now teach it. But then, when I go home at night I become Doctor Mike 2000 and I make comics. I’m the writer/artist for Universe Gun which is a psychedelic superhero comic that I’ve been making for the past 3 years. Prior to that I used to…

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Harry Potter and my Childhood Obsession. – Review. September 26, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

With my frequent visits to Greenlight Comics, I had come across a few of George Rex’s memoirs and had them on my to buy list for awhile. I heard good things, plus I’m always on the lookout for a good local read. Georgina’s comics mainly consist of autobiographical stories of her journey through life and her holiday adventures but don’t mistake them, they are funny and entertaining while the art is simple, cute and appropriate.…

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HAIL – Review by Tyrone Burns September 2, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Hail Issue 1 and 2 Are you curious like I am? Are you wondering if there is any good Comic Books written and made by some of us Adelaidians? Then you should check out Hail. Hail from Local Writer Miranda Richardson follows the story of Lena. A highly relatable girl who though introverted has an eagerness to stand up to the injustice she sees around her. One way she is achieving this is by working…

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Universe Gun by Dr. Mike 2000 March 20, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Welcome to the 37th century. In 2006 the inter-dimensional satellite called the life star docked with the earth, changing the laws of physics. Wars were fought. By the 30th C peace was established, and 25% of the population had superhuman abilities. The 37th C is a bit less amazing. Superhuman gifts are illegal and the life star rots in orbit. Culture is stagnant. And there is inequality between planets. The universe gun is a symbol…

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