Archive for October, 2008

Hey, who’s going to NYCC 2009?

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Let me know right away. Especially if you’re still working on your hotel plans. Or if you aren’t but you have room to share with one more. Because it’s not too early to plan…

But I also wanna know if you’re going to be there whether you want to discuss hotel plans or not. So let me know.

Email me, or else contact me via this site’s CONTACT US page.


Wicker Man Studios News, October 29th, 2008

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

New articles up in the writing section of this site… Again, two very newish articles from Comics Bulletin, Barb’s an elegy for the passing of Howard the Duck creator Steve Gerber, mine an interview with Agents of Atlas creator Jeff Parker.


I also wrote a short little Halloween Gift Guide over at …

Oh, and Ryan added a link to The Hidden, the Tokyopop thing we wrote, to our links page… Please go read it for free! And please vote for it, too, even though doing that part means registering with Tokyopop’s site…

Finally, the first print collecion of The Girly Comic Book 1 is now also on sale… Chapter 1 of GSG is in it. Here is some more information:


The first collection of stories culled from the pages of The Girly Comic.

“An absolute gem of a publication” - Comic Creators Guild 

“Basically, you have to read this” - Regie Rigby, Fool Britannia 

The Girly Comic features self-contained comic strips across all genres with female protagonists.

Hardback – 280 B/W pages - £15 – Published October 2008 – Introduction by Mike Carey 



Factor Fiction is the publishing imprint of Jay Eales and Selina Lock. Formed in 2000 with the publication of Walking In Eternity, a highly acclaimed unofficial Doctor Who collection raising funds for the Foundation for the Study of Infant Death (FSID). In 2002, Factor Fiction launched the first issue of ongoing anthology The Girly Comic, followed in 2004 by the addition of Violent! to the Factor Fiction stable with it’s sixth issue. In 2008, Factor Fiction launched twin webcomic sites to showcase strips from the archives in order to increase the international readership of our titles. As of writing, The Girly Comic #18 and Violent! #14 have recently been published. For more information, visit our website:

The Girly Comic Book 1 will be launched officially at Thought Bubble in Leeds on November 15th, where several contributors will be in attendance. 

For further information: and




Wicker Man Studios News, October 23rd, 2008

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

New articles up in the writing section of this site… Two very newish articles from Comics Bulletin, mine amusing, Barb’s… crafty.

Steven Saunders wrote some new stuff:

I think I’ll just hit you with just some interesting stuff… let’s see what I’ve got…


Wicker Man Studios News, October 15th, 2008

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

New articles up in the writing section of this site… An old article by Barb about the way people look at fans, and another amusing column from Comics Bulletin which we both worked on, about cliches… this one more of an equal effort from us both than previous ones that were almost all her.

Over at MangaLife, I wrote a new article about a manga from Viz which I’m fairly pleased with… Barb helped me with it a little here and there:

Steven Saunders wrote a new thing he’s doing, WHAT’S THE FUSS, this one an interview:

Finally, I think you need a reminder about how it’s never too late for you to get this type of info RSS style, if that’s how you roll… click THIS THING:

Also  will put the latest Wicker Man Studios news on your LJ whenever we update with news… like now…


Wicker Man Studios News, October 8th, 2008

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

New articles up in the writing section of this site… A nice article by Barb from our CB column, and an amusingly accurate column from me, too, from the same site…

I also did a couple of reviews today over at MangaLife, but even more special is a shout-out we got from Okazu (, *The* Yuri blog… Okazu is the oldest and most comprehensive blog for Yuri (in which girls like girls) anime and manga reviews, information and events of interest to yuri and shoujoai fans, created by Erica Friedman, founder of Yuricon (…

Anyway: “Yuri Webcomics: Webcomic fans should head over to Wicker Man Studios and take a look at Gun Street Girl, an interesting fusion of lesbians, violence and magic. Three great tastes that go great together. lol I’ve liked what I read so far.”

Thanks for the shout-out!

I’d also like to remind our passengers that we have a spare free story by me and Ryan. If you haven’t read it yet, go read it: