Gay Comics list review

Spandex 7 receives judgement on the Gay Comics List website – and it’s a good judgement!
http://geeksyndicate.co.uk/2013/01/10/gsn-podcast-geek-syndicate-episode-199/

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Spandex review on the Geek Syndicate podcast!

The Spandex: Fast and Hard collection is discussed on the Geek Syndicate podcast – and they liked it, yay! Thanks to them for giving it a chance. You can hear the review at about 34 minutes.
http://geeksyndicate.co.uk/2013/01/10/gsn-podcast-geek-syndicate-episode-199/

Spandex in a top 2012 comics list!

John Lees, the writer of the amazing comic The Standard, has picked Spandex as one of his favourite comics of 2012!
http://www.comixtribe.com/2012/12/27/the-coz-top-ten-of-2012/

New Indigo piccie

indigo copyThis year, I’m working on the Spandex Special and a few other projects, but nothing too strenuous lol. In between, I’ll just work on some pictures for fun – like this one! Here’s a new Indigo pic 🙂

Spandex #7 – 9 out of 10 from Starburst Magazine!

Woo hoo, Spandex #7 gets 9 out of 10 from the Starburst Magazine guys!
The review is here: http://www.starburstmagazine.com/reviews/comic-reviews/4323-comic-review-spandex-7
And they say: ‘Spandex is one of the best original superhero comics in years. More than that, it’s actually better than a lot of the stuff the Big Two is putting out at the moment.’

Spandex Black & White overview

The Forbidden Planet International Blog chaps have written a nice little overview of the Spandex Black & White mini-artbook today! Thanks to them!
http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2013/comics-spandex-black-white/
The best place to see all of the lovely art is on the album on the ‘Spandex Comic’ Facebook page – check it out!

Spandex 7: The FPI Verdict!

Yay, the Forbidden Planet International blog site say they like Spandex #7 and have published a lovely, positive review! I like the way they don’t spoil things, but they hugely tease things! You can check it out here:
http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2013/reviews-spandex-issue-7-omfg/
Those guys have been overwhelmingly supportive of me and my comics for a long time, so big, big thanks to them.
Here’s one of my favourite bits of the feature:
‘Spandex delivers classic, well-intentioned superhero tales of old, yet cleverly wraps them up in modern trappings, this is classic superhero soap-opera a la Stan & Jack or Chris Claremont or John Byrne with added adult sensibility. The sexuality is treated, quite rightly, as simply another thing going on in their lives – these are people who are gay and are superheroes, not gay superheroes. The distinction is not just important, it’s the core of what makes Spandex work.’