Cleverman #1 wins Tin Duck award at Swancon 2018

09 Apr 2018

The Western Australian Science Fiction Achievement Awards, known as the Tin Ducks, were presented over the Easter weekend at Swancon 2018. We are thrilled that Cleverman #1 was awarded the ‘Best Professional Production’ Tin Duck, and both co-writer Ryan Griffen and artist Emily K Smith were on hand to receive the award. Swancon is Australia’s […]

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Gestalt at Perth Writers Festival This Weekend

17 Feb 2014

The spectacularly good Perth Writers Festival is on this weekend and Gestalt Publishing will be sending some of our finest to a couple of the sessions on at the University of Western Australia’s Octagon Theatre on Saturday, 22 February. At 4pm figurative sleeves shall be pushed up arms for Graphic Detail, the debate purists and lovers […]

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Behind the Panels check out Unmasked #3

03 Nov 2013

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 […]

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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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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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Grit, sweat and super-villain realism

18 Sep 2012

The taste of grit, sweat and stubble in Christian Read and Emily K. Smith‘s latest graphic novel, Unmasked #2, is reflected through the latest Deer In The Xenon-Arc Lights review. “Comics don’t often play by real rules when it comes to the real societies that they set themselves in and Christian uses this book to call them […]

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Exclusive Release of ‘Unmasked 2’ on Graphicly

12 Sep 2012

Today Unmasked 2 was exclusively released on Graphicly. The digital exclusive comic is a Christian Read and Emily K. Smith creation, and book number two in a four-part series. Can a super-villain really go straight? Would they even want to? Former super-villains and now married couple working penny-ante jobs, Simon and Nancy keep it on […]

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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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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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