Not signed in (Sign In)
  1.  (1326.1)
    If I can just beg the forbearance of our mods for a moment, I wanted to engage in a quick splat of filthy plugbaggery.

    The (very) extended absence of the critically acclaimed period-horror weirdfest Gutsville is at long-last over. We’re sorry. It wasn’t our fault.

    Issue 3 arrives in stores on the 12th March (or the 13th in the UK).

    Find some preview artwork to whet those icky dribbly tastebuds right HERE.

    For those not in the know, Gutsville is a 6-part serial, illustrated by Frazer Irving (Klarion, Iron Man, etc) and written by yours truly, about a city which has grown-up inside the skull-fuckingly vast innards of a psychedelic whale.

    "GUTSVILLE is the most unusual, most thought-provoking, most off-beat book I’ve come across in quite a while, and I found I picked up on a few things after the second reading I didn’t notice in the first because there was so much to look at initially. This is the best book I’ve taken a chance on in a long time." - Ain't It Cool News

    "It's a beautiful book... It's a completely mental book. It reads like China Mieville fisting the corpse of Herman Melville." - Warren Ellis

    Find out more about it HERE.

    Don't despair if you haven't been along for the ride so far: we're going to be publishing Issue 1 in its entirety online this week. I'll pop back to let you know more as and when.

    Gutsville Episode 3

    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2008
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2008
    Again with the whales, ye scurvy gike. Excellent to see you doing so well, Si.

    Gutsville looks good, I'll find a copy at my local funnybook merchant.
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2008
    Fantastic. Some of the most innovative material to hit the stands in years. Great to see it back.
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2008
    Woohoo! Good news all round! I've been eagerly awaiting this week for some time now.

    Now, I just have to fork over more cash, and make my wallet cry...
  2.  (1326.6)
    The title rocks.
    • CommentAuthorJEFFSJ
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2008
    This book is bloody brilliant
  3.  (1326.8)
    Thanks all; very kind words.

    We're basically relying on you wonderful NetPeople to spread the word. Unforseen circumstances (Fraze's mum was taken ill) comprehensively fucked our schedule, and all our momentum has been lost. We need to get tongues wagging again.