‘The Example’ receives Polish language edition

15 May 2013

The Warsaw Book Fair, 16-19th 2013, will play host to the launch of the Polish language edition of Tom Taylor & Colin Wilson‘s The Example, to be published by Poland’s premier comic publishing house, Wydawnictwo Komiksowe. Taylor was pleased at the prospect of more readers finding their way to his first published comics work. “The […]

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OzComics Challenge

07 Jan 2013

The OzComics weekly draw-off challenge has become a staple for many Australian artists to try new techniques, illustrate favoured characters, engage in good-natured competition and receive critical peer feedback. Recently, their weekly challenge featured the theme of Usagi Yojimbo and attracted Usagi creator and industry legend, Stan Sakai, who commented on nearly every entry, much […]

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Wolf Creek director offers unique investment opportunity for his graphic novel

08 Nov 2012

Wolf Creek‘s director Greg Mclean is embarking on a new project with Gestalt Publishing which is offering a unique ‘buy in’ opportunity to help raise funds to get the project up and running. The crowdfunding is not for film production but for a graphic novel about a swashbuckling Victorian-era adventurer called Sebastian Hawks – and […]

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SCOOP magazine discovers the graphic novel

25 Sep 2012

It’s always nice to be noticed by mainstream media; and on page 80 of this season’s SCOOP magazine, Gestalt Publishing appears in the ‘Books’ section. Featured in the photo are Christian Read, Wolfgang Bylsma, Tom Taylor, Colin Wilson and Andrew Constant, but the article is more general as the magazine discovers Gestalt, and graphic novels, for the […]

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Vale Joe Kubert

13 Aug 2012

Comic book artist Joe Kubert, who started a New Jersey school of cartooning that cemented his legacy as an industry great, has died aged 85. “I was very saddened to hear that Joe Kubert, who I was fortunate enough to meet during the 2010 convention season, has passed away,” said Wolfgang Bylsma, Editor-In-Chief at Gestalt […]

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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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Film crew follow Gestalt around the world

29 Jun 2012

As Gestalt Publishing sets up for Melbourne’s Comic-Con, Nick Dunlop’s film crew work out the best place to set up their camera crane to capture the energy around Gestalt’s booth at the big event this weekend. As Director and Film Editor at Little Star Productions, Nick has been following and documenting the movements of Gestalt’s […]

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Gestalt heads to Oz Comic-Con this weekend

28 Jun 2012

We’ve just recovered from an incredible Perth Supanova on the 22-24 June weekend, and now Gestalt Publishing’s Editor-In-Chief, Wolfgang Bylsma, and some of our award-winning creators are heading to Melbourne for the Oz Comic Convention. Presented by DCA Enterprises, Oz Comic-Con (30 June – 1 July) sees Tom Taylor (The Deep: Here Be Dragons), Andrew Constant, […]

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‘The Deep’ wins Best Graphic Novel at Aurealis Awards

19 Jun 2012

We are honoured to have won ‘Best Illustrated Book/Graphic Novel’ in the 2011 Aurealis Awards, presented 12 May 2012 in Sydney, Australia. The Deep: Here Be Dragons by Tom Taylor and James Brouwer co-won the category with Black Pepper’s Hidden by Mirranda Burton. Three of Gestalt’s graphic novels made the finals for Australia’s best science fiction, fantasy […]

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Four finalists in the 2011 Aurealis Awards, presented 12 May 2012

08 Feb 2012

We were honoured to have four finalists in the 2011 Aurealis Awards, being presented 12 May 2012 in Sydney, Australia.     Our finalists were: Illustrated Book/Graphic Novel The Deep: Here Be Dragons The Eldritch Kid: Whisky & Hate Torn Childrens Fiction (Illustrated) The Deep: Here Be Dragons Congratulations to all our nominated creators; James […]

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