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Paul Gravett talks to Walled City creators

Renowned comics journalist Paul Gravett speaks with Anne Opotowsky on the Walled City trilogy and her inspirations behind the beautifully told story which is sublimely illustrated by Aya Morton (book 1) and Angie Hoffmeister (book 2). The Walled City Trilogy follows three best friends, all of Chinese decent in Hong Kong, whose fates are intertwined […]

Beardy and the Geek interview Gary Chaloner

This month Beardy and the Geek interview the renowned comics creator Gary Chaloner about his new book The Undertaker Morton Stone, which is set for release by Gestalt Comics in 2014, with the first digital issue currently queued for release with Comixology. Chaloner talks about the story line of Morton Stone and collaborating with Ashley […]

Brutally Good: A Review of Sebastian Hawks’ First Release

We’ve just read a glorious review of Sebastian Hawks’ pre-release digital comic at ComicsOnline. Sebastian Hawks and the Loch  Ness Monster is our first ever publication under our DiezelPunk partner imprint AND the first ever appearance of Sebastian Hawks and his trusty offsider Benoit. Needless to say, we’re extremely pleased that this story has been so […]

Beardy and the Geek review Broken Line

This month’s Beardy and the Geek podcast sees Ryan Huff reviewing Gestalt Comics’ upcoming release Broken Line #1 by Andrew Constant (Torn) and Emily K Smith (Unmasked) A professed Andrew Constant fan, Huff likens the work of Constant and Smith to Spielberg’s Duel and the Mad Max movies saying “It has a sort of dream-like […]

The Example: This Weekend’s ‘Must Read’ Digital Comic

Pipedream Comics recommend The Example as a ‘must read’ digital comic this weekend. The Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson creation centres around a man and a woman on a railway platform as they discuss a left-behind briefcase, a far more engaging story than the synopsis hints – and Pipedream Comics agree: It is that slice […]

The Deep a ‘must read’ according to UK’s Pipedream Comics

Pipedream Comics (UK) love digital comics and this week Gestalt’s all-ages comic The Deep has taken their fancy. The Deep is an all ages action adventure book which mixes Swiss Family Robinson with Seaquest DSV to create the kind of underwater explorer tales that kids of all ages should just love. It’s loads of fun […]

The ‘David and Goliath’ battle of Gestalt Comics

Just before Comic Book Heroes went to air last night, its creator and director Nick Dunlop spoke with Jillian McHugh, WAtoday.com.au entertainment and lifestyle reporter. In the interview, Dunlop said Comic Book Heroes really reflects the ‘David and Goliath’ battle of Wolfgang Bylsma and Skye Walker Ogden as they strive to compete in the comics […]

Broken Frontier reviews ‘The Deep Vol.2: The Vanishing Island’

Broken Frontier‘s Kris Bather reviews The Deep Vol.2: The Vanishing Island The Vanishing Island is the next entry (in hopefully a long series of OGNs), after the Aurealis Award winning debut of 2011. The Deep: Here Be Dragons by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer focused on the undersea adventures of the delightful and diverse Nekton […]