The Deep – Comics and Graphic Novels

06 Sep 2016

Netflix in the USA has been streaming the animated adventure series, The Deep, based on the graphic novels published by the Australia-based small press, Gestalt Comics. The internationally acclaimed graphic novel series was created by multi-award-winning best-selling comic book author and playwright Tom Taylor (Injustice: Gods Among Us, All-New Wolverine), illustrated by James Brouwer (Justice […]

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The Undertaker Morton Stone #2 by Gary Chaloner, Ben Templesmith and Ashley Wood on Comixology

03 Jul 2014

The Undertaker Morton Stone #2 is now available for sale on comiXology. A classic of the Australian comics scene, The Undertaker Morton Stone was something of a launch platform for both Ben Templesmith and Ashley Wood, with local legend Gary Chaloner leading the charge. In issue #2, Morton  and his faithful hound, Cryptoe are on […]

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Changing Ways Book 1 on comiXology

01 May 2014

Changing Ways Vol. 1: Mutation is now available for sale on comiXology. Changing Ways 1 by Justin Randall is is a dark and intriguing tale – the first of three books that begin when unusual lesions begin appearing on livestock and stories of strange side effects start spreading in the community of Grey Oaks… and things just get stranger […]

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The Undertaker Morton Stone #1 by Gary Chaloner, Ben Templesmith and Ashley Wood on Comixology

20 Feb 2014

The Undertaker Morton Stone #1 is now available for sale on comiXology. A classic of the Australian comics scene, The Undertaker Morton Stone was something of a launch platform for both Ben Templesmith and Ashley Wood, with local legend Gary Chaloner leading the charge. Bleeding Cool selected The Undertaker Morton Stone#1 as their Top Pick […]

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Torn #1 on Comixology

20 Feb 2014

Torn #1 is now available for sale on comiXology. Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott and Joh James explore the cold reality a wolf faces when an unexpected transformation sees him need to swap the wilderness for an urban setting. Find out why bestselling author Gail Simone describes Torn as “Bravely told in both visual and story […]

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Beardy and the Geek review Broken Line

03 Nov 2013

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 […]

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Digested #1 on comiXology

22 Oct 2013

Digested #1 will be available for sale on comiXology from Wednesday, October 23. Bobby.N is the creator of the Digested series, which features short form sequential art. The ‘Oxygen’ storyline portrays the stark, cold beauty of an early morning jog followed by a series of poignant ‘shorts’, slice-of-life vignettes that cut close to the bone. […]

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comiXology now selling Unmasked issue #1

02 Oct 2013

Our digital comic Unmasked issue #1 is now up on comiXology for purchase. We’re delighted Unmasked is on comiXology as their cloud-based digital comics platform makes discovering, buying, and reading comics “more fun than ever before” — or so it says on their website. What happens when supervillains become mere criminals? Nancy Grace and Simon Van Zandt […]

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Here Be Dragons issue #3 on ComiXology today

18 Sep 2013

Today The Deep: Here Be Dragons issue #3 has become available from comiXology. Dive into the first, award-winning, all-ages adventure of the Nektons, a multiethnic family of daring aquanauts, as their hunt for a dragon begins. The thing about monster hunting that no one ever contemplates is; what happens if you actually find a monster? […]

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‘The Example’ on ComiXology

16 Sep 2013

The eleven-page masterpiece by Tom Taylor and Colin Wilson, The Example, is now going to be digitally available on ComiXology. The Example is a comic based on a script written by Tom Taylor at the beginning of his professional writing career and illustrated by Colin Wilson – who was won over and pushed aside other projects to illustrate Taylor’s […]

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