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 […]

New Tate Gallery book ‘Comics Art’ includes Gestalt

The Tate Gallery in London is publishing a book by comics afficionado and reviewer Paul Gravett, which includes a feature page from Gestalt Comics‘ book His Dream of the Skyland. Instead of sticking to the familiar Anglo-American-centric bias, Comics Art takes a more international approach, noting that in today’s comics culture there is a rise of publications […]

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 […]