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Richmond Clements is one of the busiest men working on the British independent comics scene today. While holding down a full-time job, he manages to (co-) run a successful convention (Hi-Ex! in Inverness), co-edit several...

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Burke and Hare events in Edinburgh tomorrow

January 27, 2010 | 2 Comments

A reminder that we have Martin Conaghan and Will Pickering coming to our Edinburgh store on Southbridge tomorow –  Thursday January 28th – to sign copies of their recently published Burke and Hare graphic novel...

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I’m delighted to announce that the Edinburgh Forbidden Planet on South Bridge will be hosting Martin Conaghan and Will Pickering, who are coming through to celebrate the release of their fascinating new graphic novel detailing...

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Burke & Hare by Martin Conaghan and Will Pickering Insomnia Publications. “first of all, despite the rumours being bandied about, I am not a resurrection man” Those chilling words, uttered in a flat, emotionless voice...

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Fallen Heroes comic

November 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

Barry Nugent from the excellent Geek Syndicate podcast mentioned recently how pleased he was that his SF&F novel Fallen Heroes was going to be adapted into comics form; now Insomnia’s Redeye blog has a few...

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FPI:  Today I’m joined by Martin Conaghan and Will Pickering, the team behind Insomnia’s recently published graphic novel Burke and Hare, which draws upon one of history’s most famous cases of the infamous ‘Resurrection Men’...

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Insomnia joins the digital world

October 18, 2009 | 0 Comments

UK indy publisher Insomnia (who were behind the well-received Cancertown which went down a storm in our Belfast store during a signing and the new Burke and Hare graphic novel) are, like many publishers, joining...

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Comics quilting

July 29, 2009 | 1 Comments

Insomnia’s Red Eye blog has a photograph of a “double page bedspread” (as author Cy Dethan described it) – its a 90″ by 70″ quilt based on Stephen Downey’s artwork from Cancertown. There’s more on...

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