The story behind Pictures for Sad Children is contentious. Was the Kickstarter scheme that raised more than USD$50,000 merely a hoodwink to swindle fans, or is John Campbell’s very public fall from grace merely the sum of the facts presented?Read More Pictures for Sad Children: the rise and fall of John Campbell
You either get Sam Kieth or you don’t, and from what I can tell, Sam’s okay with that. Over the years, Kieth’s instantly-recognisable style has not only got him work with all the major comic publishers, but also a devout following for his stories and artwork.Read More Artist Profile: Sam Kieth
This lo-fi comedy/horror game from Walk Thru Walls Studios is your standard 2D point-and-click adventure affair. The dialogue, animation, and MIDI soundtrack deliver an experience with a DIY edge that makes you think, “hell, I could make one of these!”Read More Reviewed: Metal Dead (2011)
According to the album’s liner notes, Ziltoid was an idea that Devin came up with when he was about 8 years old, and had been brewing in his subconscious until he took the time out to actualise the idea and bring the puppet to life (he made a puppet).Read More Reviewed: Ziltoid the Omniscient (2007) – Devin Townsend
Get along to the show and see two teams, Femmily and Tomp Canks, join forces to deliver an hour of what promises to be some great improv comedy.Read More Upcoming show – Hey Femmily! It’s me, Tomp Canks!
The Potato Revolution is back. To make it bigger and better than ever, we need you!Read More Call for submissions
It’s not difficult to lose oneself in the details of Andy Mai Mai’s work. His line-art is beautiful, complex, and deeply personal.Read More Artist Showcase – Andy Mai Mai