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Control me like a puppet on a string

Oct 09, 2006

Writing is difficult. The process of creation can be a bit of a strain on not only your mind, but various aspects of your life too. There’s many times where you’re closed off from your family and friends because, simply, you need to write. You’ll…

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A game of you… and sometimes me

Sep 28, 2006

One last drop in the ocean before I go to bed (or read more of Lone Wolf and Cub; whatever comes first). I was originally going to post more preview pages from my forthcoming comic story Bad Luck Inc. to break up the large blocks…

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A brief peek behind the curtain

Sep 28, 2006

I’m losing my mind. I’m slowly going insane, and I’m having a hard time figuring out how to stop it. This probably isn’t news to many of you, but at times I feel like I’m reaching critical mass and all manner of scary thoughts start…

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Primes – sample 2

Sep 22, 2006

Biggeron ‘the sharp shooter’ opened his eyes from his ritual show meditation. His large, balding, 7ft, pasty white frame had been working for hours now, with the Gods-day festival well and truly in stride by the hazy and warm afternoon. Amongst the numerous festivities of…

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Primes – sample 1

Sep 22, 2006

“Come back here you li’ll thief!!!!” Jinx didn’t bother looking back at the ‘slightly’ angry stall vender as he sprinted towards the back ally which would lead out of Axal street. He wasn’t quite sure why his telekinesis failed so suddenly, especially seeing as the…

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The Primes background blurb

Sep 22, 2006

So, Primes. This started after being inspired by Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series. In essence, a fantasy-comedy. Thankfully (for the sake of identity), I found my own voice fairly quickly with the whole thing, and it evolved into something totally different. As previously explained, the Primes…

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Pre-tense

Sep 22, 2006

This entry comes in at a strange time. Work-wise, I’ve been assigned with a veritable mother-lode, which has had me slightly panicked about getting everything done in time for deadline (I’ve not missed a single one since going freelance, although that’s because I refuse to,…

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The inevitable F.A.Q – Part 3: Fiction and comic books

Sep 17, 2006

Fiction and comic books: What do you do in the fiction/comic book industry?Currently, prose, scripting and reviewing. Who for?I review for ComiX-Fan on a mostly monthly basis. I’m also writing projects for Gorelab, Futurius, Onyx Cross and a couple other independent comic book companies I…

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The inevitable F.A.Q – Part 2: The Games industry

Sep 10, 2006

The Games industry: What do you do in the games industry?I started off as a freelance writer trying to break in, working for DeUCE, Graduate Planet and Games Domain. Eventually Games Domain hired me full time as a staff writer. I was promoted to Console…

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Comic book updates

Happy New Year, you amazing people – and a massive thanks for making our humble anthology a success in 2019. We know it was a long wait, but hope it was worthwhile and that you enjoyed the book.

This isn’t the end of Deadlier Than, either. We’ll have more news as 2020 gets further in.

This is just the beginning…
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