Emerging from the crypt of the British Indie Scene we have Adam Cadwell to talk about the second issue of his turn-of-the-millennium slacker Vampire black-comedy slice-of-life with bloody slices comic. We cover topics including pacing, revisionist approaches to Vampires, verisimilitude, the concept of timelessness, THE GLORY OF THE NINE PANEL GRIDS, Love And Rockets hair-cuts and much more. You can buy Blood Blokes from The Great Beast store, in hard-copy and PDF form. The PDF is only a quid. Barg!
And there’s always the embed, isn’t there?
Yes, there’s always the embed.
AND HERE’S OUR VISUAL AIDS
Here’s the Everday, Adam’s old slice-of-life webcomic.
Important note: Page numbers are from the PDF edition. Page 1 would be the cover, Page 2 is the intro page and Page 3 is the first page proper of the book.
PAGE 4, PANELS 1-4
PAGE 5, PANELS 4 and 5
PAGE 6 and 7
PAGE 9, PANELS 8 AND 9
PAGE 10, PANEL 1
PAGE 10, PANEL 3
PAGE 10, PANEL 4
And here’s the back page, which is a photo of the real building…
PAGE 24, PANEL 6
Forget Vampires. Gingham is the true evil.
Our theme tune? Los Campesinos’ We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed.