A Quiet Disaster by Alex Potts

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A Quiet Disaster by Alex Potts

239x168mm, 32 colour matte pages, £5.00

Philip was getting old. His face was getting wrinkled, his hairline was moving backwards and he was on the waiting list for a knee operation. It was his day off and he didn’t have any plans, so he ate his breakfast in front of the computer screen and asked himself “What do I want to do?”

A grand existential crisis, a surreal Bulgakovian satire, or simply A Quiet Disaster? We follow Philip on his day off work as he struggles to find meaning and happiness through the everyday decisions that make up a day. Why did he cross that street? Does he keep walking, or shelter from the rain? What will make him happy? And just why is that dog wearing glasses?

Alex has been working [...]

Owen Pomery Gets the Best Fan Mail

Smith team behind coffin

Owen Pomery, creator of the brilliant The Megatherium Club, recently received some fan mail. Obviously this in itself is far from an unusual event (maybe), but the writer of said email was of particular interest to Owen and the rest of us at AHP Towers, for it was Lorin Ottlinger, Assistant Director at The Grove National Historic Landmark. As I’m sure you all know, this was the boyhood home of none other than Megatherium Club member Robert Kennicott!

Robert Kennicott

1835 – 1866

Bloody loved a field mission, so much so that he

died on one. He has a glacier, a river and

a valley named in his honour.

Still resides at the Smithsonian, in skeletal form.

Lorin has kindly allowed us to print truncated excerpts from a couple [...]

Reads Vol.2 #1

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36 pages in US comic format, mainly b&w with some colour pages

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Reads Volume 2 begins here. 4 stories, in 4 parts over 4 issues.

Featuring:

Tim Bird, Luke J. Halsall, Ricky Miller, EdieOP and Owen D. Pomery

Cover by Eleni Kalorkoti

To kick things off we have Luke J. Halsall and Tim Bird’s ‘The Bullpen’. A story set in the offices of a comic book publishing company at the dawn of the Silver Age of comics. Think Mad Men but with Stan Lee instead of Don Draper.

Our second strip sees Owen D. Pomery return to the characters from his hit comic, ‘The Megatherium Club’. ‘Skeleton Crew’ is the first in a series of standalone adventures pitting the club against the same “villain”, a [...]