A Major New Comics Project: STALAG-X

30 Jul 2012

Kevin J. Anderson and Steven L. Sears have announced their major new science fiction graphic novel with Gestalt Comics, STALAG-X, a gritty story of human soldiers trying to survive in an alien concentration camp. The graphic novel series will be illustrated by Mike Ratera, with the cover artist yet to be announced. “Steven and I had […]

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Kevin J. Anderson to join Gestalt on large project

15 Jul 2012

Gestalt Publishing has signed New York  Times best-selling author, Kevin J. Anderson, to a large project. Anderson is the author of more than ninety novels, 41 of which have appeared on national or international bestseller lists, including novel Dune: House Atreides and his STAR WARS Jedi Academy books which were the three top-selling Science Fiction novels of 1994. Anderson’s three […]

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Rare chance for Anne Opotowsky fans

09 Jul 2012

Fans of His Dream of the Skyland will have a rare opportunity to get their books signed by multi-award winning writer Anne Opotowsky at this weekend’s Comic-Con International in San Diego. From 3pm on Saturday, Opotowsky will be at Gestalt booth (#2001) to meet fans and sign copies of her latest work. Opotowsky’s career spans […]

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Advance copies of Changing Ways Book 2 available to Comic-Con International fans

09 Jul 2012

Pre-release copies of Changing Ways Book 2 will be made available to fans at the Comic-Con International, San Diego. Australian creator Justin Randall will also be at the Comic-Con to sign the advance copies at Gestalt Comics’ convention booth #2001. Already, the sequel to Changing Ways Book 1, has been well received by those fortunate enough to have obtained […]

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The Eldritch Kid blows Melbourne away

01 Jul 2012

In just two days the Eldritch Kid: Whisky & Hate has sold out at the Oz Comic-Con, blowing away fans with its cast of characters that unashamedly break genre conventions. This graphic novel by Christian Read and Michael Maier is an old West tale where every myth, monster and magic is real. “The entire book is dripping with […]

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Fans can’t get enough of ‘Torn’ at Melbourne’s Comic-Con

01 Jul 2012

The graphic novel Torn (by Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott, Joh James & Emily K. Smith) completely sold out within a few minutes of day 2 at Melbourne’s Comic Con this year. “We’ve had a spectacular response to Torn in Melbourne,” said Wolfgang Bylsma, Director and Editor-in Chief at Gestalt Publishing. “We were delighted Constant was able […]

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Film crew follow Gestalt around the world

29 Jun 2012

As Gestalt Publishing sets up for Melbourne’s Comic-Con, Nick Dunlop’s film crew work out the best place to set up their camera crane to capture the energy around Gestalt’s booth at the big event this weekend. As Director and Film Editor at Little Star Productions, Nick has been following and documenting the movements of Gestalt’s […]

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Gestalt heads to Oz Comic-Con this weekend

28 Jun 2012

We’ve just recovered from an incredible Perth Supanova on the 22-24 June weekend, and now Gestalt Publishing’s Editor-In-Chief, Wolfgang Bylsma, and some of our award-winning creators are heading to Melbourne for the Oz Comic Convention. Presented by DCA Enterprises, Oz Comic-Con (30 June – 1 July) sees Tom Taylor (The Deep: Here Be Dragons), Andrew Constant, […]

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Gestalt is at Supanova 2012

20 Jun 2012

Gestalt is appearing at every Supanova Pop Culture Expo  this year. We’ve enjoyed a great turn out at our Gestalt Comics panels in the Eastern States’ Supanova Expos, more than 100 people came along to our Sydney panel to hear from Tom Taylor, Christian Read and Andrew Constant alongside Madman’s Daniel Chlebowicz. Coming up this weekend at Supanova […]

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CNET Australia talks to Gestalt’s Christian Read and Wolfgang Bylsma

19 Jun 2012

Comics: then and now, and the tech in between “From the writer’s desk to your anxiously waiting hands, technology is changing the world of comic books. Join us as we talk to a writer, an artist, a publisher and a retailer about the difference that gadgetry has made to the industry.” Read the full article […]

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