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Messages - pauljholden

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Events / Re: Enniskillen - June 18th 2022
« on: 13 June, 2022, 12:23:33 PM »
Be good to see you Mike! (and david, and everyone really!)

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Creative Common / Re: Why Not!?
« on: 09 June, 2022, 09:37:27 PM »
Well, Thomas is still making comics and making me feel like a lazy good for nothing.

Issue 1 of a whole new MonkeyArms comic is out now : https://www.pauljholden.com/2022/06/09/monkeyarms-1/

In it we find out the real secret behind monkey arms extra long arms...


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Events / Re: Enniskillen - June 18th 2022
« on: 07 June, 2022, 11:05:25 AM »
Have totally missed the 2-? issues of Lion and Eagle in my local FP, will need to go online

Issue 4 out this week!

Price for a complete set - was gonna ask for £20 (about the same for the collection, though, but you'll be able to get 'em all signed!)

I have some of the Keith Burns cover (and the other alt one with the cobra) same price, but first come first served on those!

-pj

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Events / Re: Enniskillen - June 18th 2022
« on: 05 June, 2022, 07:22:23 PM »
There’ll be a collection, but round oct. So I’ll just have single issues.

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Off Topic / Re: Boys Adventure comic blog
« on: 03 June, 2022, 09:53:05 AM »
*sigh* I wish I’d had a chance to do something for A1, what a tome. I was too young to ever be involved in Warrior and frankly, not yet cooked enough as an artist to be involved in A1 - but deadline… deadline I HAVE a credit for… (in a Carla Allison strip, though all I contributed was a tiny seed of an idea to John McCrea…)

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Events / Enniskillen - June 18th 2022
« on: 01 June, 2022, 01:10:11 PM »
I haven't seen this mentioned on the board, so either my eyesight is going or noone has mentioned it yet (it'll be my eyesight)

https://www.facebook.com/EnniskillenComicFest/

Anyway, this is coming up, Garth Ennis, Rob Williams, Patrick Goddard, Mike Dorey and Keith Burns and me.

Get your all new Battle Action special right there and get it signed by us!

Also, I'll have copies of the hardback of Stringbags by Garth and Me, and the Lion and the Eagle - this is likely your main chance to get these things signed by the both of us.

I'll also have copies of the full run of Soul Plumber by John McCrea & Me sharing art duties.

(And I will be sketching on the day - pencil head shots, anything more elaborate you might want to hit me up before hand!)

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News / Re: Battle Action Special signing
« on: 19 April, 2022, 09:57:28 PM »
I’ll be at this, along with a ton of comps from the year, including Soul Plumber, The Stringbags and the Lion and the eagle.

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Off Topic / Re: Alan Moore story telling online course with the BBC
« on: 01 April, 2022, 11:56:19 PM »
If you're interested in this but find it a bit pricey (it's £80)  I signed up to their mailing list in anticipation and they've offered three separate 30% discount vouchers (roughly once per month). As far as I can tell the voucher applies to any course - though, as it happened, the moore one wasn't available when the discounts applied.

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News / Re: Kevin O'Neill's Mek Memories
« on: 22 March, 2022, 01:55:59 PM »
Yoink! Ordered it. I have high hopes that someone suggests to them they reprint Jerry Paris's Bug Hunter, a long out of print/amazing bit of work that is very 2000ad but was published in the magazine Computer and Video Games...

-pj

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Books & Comics / Re: What does Garth Ennis have up his sleeve...?
« on: 15 February, 2022, 12:10:31 PM »
Four issues. 40 pages per issue. Oversized (physically larger than most comics)

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Books & Comics / Re: What does Garth Ennis have up his sleeve...?
« on: 15 February, 2022, 11:28:34 AM »
Glad everyone seemed to enjoy stringbags - THE LION AND THE EAGLE IS IN COMIC SHOPS ON WEDNESDAY! 40 PAGES, OVERSIZED! JUNGLE WARFARE!





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Books & Comics / Re: What does Garth Ennis have up his sleeve...?
« on: 13 February, 2022, 05:09:19 PM »
Wait’ll you see The Lion and the Eagle

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Film & TV / Re: The Book of Boba Fett [SPOILERS]
« on: 12 February, 2022, 03:06:40 PM »
It was such a little show, the Book of Boba Fett promises so much, but it ended up being the sort of a reverse breaking bad.

I'd've been good with a slow steady climb to the Hutt throne, series 1 shouldv'e ended with that shot from the Mandelorian with Fett on the throne and Fennec Shand- the whole thing could''ve been about Fett slowly building alliances to defeat whoever was previously on Fett's throne, Fett being worse than anyone else (while at he same time slowly cracking with a little bit of compassion showing through seeding the doubts that series 2 could've played up on). Series 2 starts some months later - Boba ensconced in power but, well what are you gonna do with it? As he starts to decide that maybe he's got it wrong and realising he wants redemption those former allies sense weakness and turn on him, s2 ending with his leaving tatooine, but not before he's demolished all the bad guys and left the keys of the place with someone decent (Cobb Vance steps in) Boba heads off to right wrongs from his past, and now you've got a book.

(I mean, ultimately the Book of Boba Fett should end with him getting his hands on that blade and being the uniting force behind the Mandelorians, we cut to 1,000 years later as some little madnelorian children are being taught all about him in their schools, of the Mando Empire)

ANYWAY -- what we got instead was a deeply unambitious show all about how boba fett met some guys, decided he wanted to run things with two other people despite clearly needing an army, and the best bits - THE VERY BEST BITS - where when the Mando showed up and we got a little connection with mando again

I dunno, I dunno if it was the writers losing interest, or whether it was the main actor just couldn't carry off what was being asked of jim. But give me cobb vance or Din Djaror any day.

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I like that the 'not showing his face' is incidental; a fact of the strip itself, not Dredd's desire to never remove his helmet.  That story about the reporter trying to get a photo of Dredd helmet-less really jarred with me for that reason.  Joe does remove his helmet in MC1.  We just don't get to see him clearly when he does.

I quite enjoy the idea that he's got no problem removing his helmet, but he considers it pretty stupid to remove it in the field (whereas a lot of judges take theirs off). So the citizens probably have never seen him with it off, and Chimpsky makes reference to him being psychologically a bit weird about removing it, that tracks for me (I've also mentioned before that my head-canon with dredd's helmet is that it provides a massive tactical advantage with cameras mounted in it, giving him a sort of holographic/ar style heads up display so it would be stupid to take it off, though I can see it being a problem for Psi judges)

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Film & TV / Re: The Book of Boba Fett [SPOILERS]
« on: 08 February, 2022, 02:06:14 PM »
I have to say, I like the idea that Disney are doing one off series (or two or three) or at least deciding exactly how many episodes before the thing goes - a fair chance that a) the story will resolve and b) the story will mean something more than being an open ended way to have a star war.
BTW seen this amazing cross word?

https://kotaku.com/new-york-times-crossword-sunday-star-wars-star-trek-puz-1848495939

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