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UK Comics Journalist includes ‘Nocturne’ in his TOP TEN FOR 2015 list.

Renowned UK comics journalist Paul Gravett has chosen Gestalt Comics’ Walled City Book 2: Nocturne as one of his TOP TEN graphic novels for 2015! Set in early 20th-century Hong Kong and Kowloon, and clocking in at over 450 large, ravishingly illuminated pages, this is something extraordinary. Opotowsky’s sparky conversations and occasional observational captions compliment […]

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 […]

Behind the Panels check out Unmasked #3

Behind the Panels are excited about the third book in the Unmasked series. In his review of Unmasked #3, Richard Gray “cracks open a gritty take on capes that flips the script on the bad guys and literally punches the heroes in the face.” Unmasked is about a crew of super-criminals with powers who, under […]

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 […]

Capsule Computers’ Rave Reviews

In the space of a week Capsule Computers’ Andrew Day has put out four positive reviews about Gestalt Comics’ books. Day reviews two of Gestalt’s most popular series, The Deep and Changing Ways, and despite being starkly different in every possible way, he likes what he sees in both. “…every once in a while it […]