Spandex – and many other gay superheroes – will be discussed in a special talk in Bristol on Sunday 23 February! It’s an event organised by ‘OutStories’ for LGBT History Month – should be worth checking out!
There’s a lovely review of the Spandex series on the ‘Readers Start Here’ blog – check out the link here – but beware of spoilers (mainly in the imagery) if you haven’t already read the series:
For some reason, reviews of the Spandex Special have been rolling in this week! I’m not complaining.
This one on the Broken Frontier site is just lovely and brought a tear to my eye. I’m so grateful to Andy Oliver and the Broken Frontier website for all their support over the past few years
Hurrah – another good review for the Spandex Special! This is a lovely piece, nicely considered, thoughtfully illustrated and the Gay Comics List website is really worth a look. I’ve really enjoyed all of Francois’ reviews of the Spandex series. It’s here:
I only just saw this when I was browsing in Forbidden Planet last night – wasn’t expecting it at all! – but a nice review of the Spandex Special in the new Comic Heroes Magazine (by Future Publishing). The mag seems to have more reviews, previews and info these days and looks like a great read, by the way! Highly recommended.
The ‘Comics in Greece’ website have interviewed me about my comics! What is Spandex #3 really about? Why did I invent the character, Critique? And what’s coming up in the worlds of Spandex, O Men and Class? Find out here:
There’s a lovely 3-page feature/interview with me in the new issue of Starburst Magazine (#396)! It’s all about Spandex (the series, the Special and the web-comic), The O Men and Class! Thanks to Kal at Starburst for being such a nice, friendly interviewer!
Ah that’s nice – Luke Halsall picked me as a ‘name to watch’ in 2014 in his review of the year on the Forbidden Planet International blog website!
Here it is:
FPI: Anyone you think is a name we should be watching out for next year?
I think that the man to keep your eye on is Martin Eden. His Spandex and O Men have both been remarkable. I see a big future for him.