Friday, 3 December 2010

Talking with Gods

Ahoy shipmates

Back again for a quickie. Am currently hard at work scribbling GUTSVILLE and trying to keep warm in this wretchedly early winter freeze. I have included 2 panels from the latest pages which is about all I can do right now without spoiling crucial details for you. I think.

I have also popped up again to mention those who are UK based and interested in that Grant Morrison documentary Talking With Gods, that I will be attending a panel at the ICA on behalf of the Comica festival on the 12th of December which is all about the movie. And Stuff and Things. I'll be up there with Rian Hughes and director Patrick Meaney commenting on how strange our faces look when they're broadcast 20ft high.

Ok, back to the pages.



Blogger metadave said...

Awesome! Any idea on when we will see these in print?

3 December 2010 at 13:38  
Blogger Frazer Irving said...

Taking into account the 3 month lead-time for solicitation, I'm guessing spring next year but I won't know properly until all the pages are nailed and I've handed them over to Image.

3 December 2010 at 16:20  
Anonymous Brandan said...

Talking With Gods was amazing. Some great stories in there. By the way, it was great meeting you in San Diego! Be sure to let us know when Grant sends over that Multiversity script!

3 December 2010 at 19:14  
Blogger Barbara Benas said...

I'm so happy Gutsville is coming back! SO happy!!

14 December 2010 at 19:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd thought Gutsville was gone and never to be completed, this has made me really happy! Can't wait, cheers!

16 December 2010 at 20:52  
Blogger steve said...

nice one Frazer

11 February 2011 at 17:41  
Blogger Mark Montague said...

Great blog Frazer. Lots of quality work here.

Could you pop over to my blog and just give me a few pointers on where I am going wrong.

I have been struggling to try and make a living out of my art for 26 years, and still haven't managed to get anywhere.

Ignore my profile, I made that stuff up to garner some interest in my work.

I was told to be flexible in my work, so I am able to do a variety of different styles, but so far I still haven't been successful in finding any work.


13 March 2011 at 22:05  
Anonymous Greg said...

Hey Frazer,
Nice work on Xombi #1. Did you finish Gutsville before starting on it?

17 March 2011 at 23:12  
Blogger Biggedy said...

Hi Frazier! Big fan of your work! I just heard about you being on xombi#1, and am very excited to pick it up! I like your blog and am eagerly awaiting more posts!

6 April 2011 at 05:15  
Anonymous sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks for sharing.

9 August 2011 at 14:34  

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