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Curtis Westman

Wizard World Toronto 2012 Summary

Posted by on April 21, 2012
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Have you ever fallen asleep on a Sunday evening only to wake up 6 days later lying in two inches of soot, with a loaded revolver and a phone full of pictures you don’t remember taking? Welcome to my world. The following is a reconstruction of what I can only assume happened at the Wizard […]

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Bunch of Ice Productions

Wizard World Toronto Comic Con

Posted by on March 29, 2012
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Bunch of Ice Productions is back in action. It may be one full year after our last post, but it’s been one full year of fervent working. Visit us at the Wizard World Toronto Comic Con (April 14-15), where we’ll be promoting our new self-published comic of short stories entitled The Adventures of the Unlikely. […]

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Bunch of Ice Productions

Beware the Ides of March!

Posted by on March 15, 2011
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Happy Ides, everyone! To celebrate the death of Caesar, why not read a 5-paged backup story based on his murder? Everybody’s talking about “Et Tu, Hecate?” It’s true. Here are some of the rave reviews the short story has received. “[A] nice short read.” – Glen Davies, GeekSyndicate “The additional material involving Hecate tears down […]

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Owen Craig

MONDOcomics Changes its Format!

Posted by on November 28, 2010
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After eighty-something weeks, MONDOcomics is switching it up. Gone are the many short reviews, and in their place are a few longer reviews. Now Miles, Isaac and I will each pick one book (or sometimes a couple of books) that we really want to write about. Check it out! My first book is Justice League: […]

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Bunch of Ice Productions

Interview with MONDOMagazine

Posted by on November 16, 2010
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In case some of you didn’t already know, Owen is a perpetual writer for an online publication called MONDOMagazine, and a few years ago, Curtis was also a contributing writer. Recently, we were able to sit down and talk with Isaac Mills from MONDO about our Kill Shakespeare backup story.

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Bunch of Ice Productions

Interview with Living Between Wednesdays

Posted by on November 11, 2010
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This past Wednesday, Owen had a chance to talk with Jonathan from Living Between Wednesdays about the backup story “Et tu, Hecate?” written by Owen and Curtis, and published in Kill Shakespeare‘s first trade paperback. Thanks to Jonathan and to Owen for having such a kickass conversation. Wednesday Interview: Owen Craig by Jonathan, Living Between […]

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Bunch of Ice Productions

Official Release: “Et tu, Hecate?”

Posted by on November 11, 2010
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Owen Craig and Curtis Westman are proud to officially announce the release of their first published comic book, “Et tu, Hecate?,” a 5-paged backup story to Kill Shakespeare’s first trade paperback, collecting issues #1 through #6.

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Curtis Westman

The Art of Branded Storytelling on Applied Arts

Posted by on October 27, 2010
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A great article on Applied Arts Magazine, marrying advertising, culture and comic books. Written by a copywriter at Grip Ltd., Ian Mackenzie (also, coincidentally, the founding editor emeritus of Big Orange Slide.

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Owen Craig

More MONDO reviews

Posted by on October 24, 2010
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Darkwing Duck #5 Ian Brill (w), James Silvani (a), Andrew Dalhouse (c), Boom Studios. I was a little concerned that after the initial story this title would lose some of its lustre, well I’m happy to report that that’s not the case. Not even slightly. This book is still funny, charming and all-out-awesome. I’m enjoying […]

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Owen Craig

MONDOcomics reviews!

Posted by on October 15, 2010
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There’s a lot that’s done right here. Cornell writes this book with a lot of charm, wit and a real sense of fun that Broxton builds on with some fantastic artwork. In fact, the only real problem here is that there’s SO much fun that it feels like little room is left for story.

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