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Extremely fine Indy press Avery Hill has a whole slate of forthcoming delights for comics readers coming over the next few months, including A Projection by Seekan Hui (launching June 2018): “A young woman starts...

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Announced earlier tonight in Leeds, here’s the 4th Annual British Comic Awards results…. Best Comic – Grey Area: From the City to the Sea by Tim Bird (Avery Hill Publishing) Best Book – The Motherless...

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Webcomic Weekly – Tim Bird’s Rock & Pop

June 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Webcomic Weekly, wherein I lay before you something webcomic, every week. Makes sense really. Sometimes something brand spanking new, sometimes something long running, sometimes an action packed drama, sometimes something silly. Pretty much anything good....

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Review: A journey from city to the sea…

October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Grey Area Issue 3: From The City To The Sea Tim Bird Avery Hill Publishing Thus far Tim Bird’s output, or my reaction to it at least, has been a case of ever more impressive...

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Upcoming: More Grey Area

October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

The third issue of Tim Bird’s excellent Grey Area series, From The City To The Sea, gets an official release on Monday 20th October (heavens, that’s next week) and will also be available at this...

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Reviews: The Grey Area

March 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Grey Area Issue Two – The Old Straight Track By Tim Bird Avery Hill Publishing “The English motorway system is beautiful and strange” That’s the opening line from the Black Box Recorder song, The English...

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Review: Infrastructure…

February 26, 2014 | 1 Comments

Infrastructure Tim Bird Avery Hill Publishing I’ve read a few of Tim Bird’s comics and stories in the past couple of years and I keep talking about him as a cartoonist with a huge potential,...

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Upcoming: Tim Bird’s Infrastructure…

December 15, 2013 | 1 Comments

Look at this…. gorgeous eh? Who can argue with the beauty of “a footbridge over the North Circular“… It can’t just be me who appreciates this sort of thing surely?...

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