From Ancient Greek (elleipsis) to leave out, fall short
1. A mark or series of marks used to indicate an intentional omission, unfinished thought or a trailing off into silence. The ellipsis can also inspire a feeling of melancholy or longing.
2. A sudden leap from one topic to another.
3. A comic composed of six standalone but interconnected short stories by Tom Humberstone
Issue 1/6 Pregnant Pause. A young woman contemplates the transient and incongruous nature of airports as she begins a new chapter of her life.
Following the 4th Volume of Solipsistic Pop, Humberstone promised back in his best of 2011 post that he’d get Solipsistic Pop Volume 5 out in November and would see Ellipsis Issue 1 out by April/May.
Okay, the self-imposed deadline may have gone for a burton, but the first issue will be out in July. It has to be…. Humberstone’s got a launch party at GOSH London in July:
And here are some little preview pieces from the comic, culled from Humberstone’s blog: