The excellent and generous horror writer/illustrator Greg Chapman asked me some questions about Faerie Apocalypse, comics, and writing in general. Read about it right here: https://darkscrybe.com/2018/01/28/interview-with-author-jason-franks/ FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
The excellent Amanda Bridgeman interviewed me about Faerie Apocalypse, comics and other writing topics. Go read about it here: Guest Author Interview | Jason Franks Then go and buy all of Amanda’s excellent Aurora series, and her new book, Time of the Stripes. FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
Like it says int he subject line. As I prepare for a third printing of McBlack volume 1, the Australian comics Journal has taken a look back at the book and I think given it a very fair and accurate review. Click on through to read: Looking back: McBlack FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
A short graphic novel about the crew of the starship Gourmand Go, whose mission is to seek out new life–and eat it. But when times are lean, which they frequently are, the officers are not above eating more… human… cuisine. Featuring interior artwork by Harold Purnell, Laura Renfrew, Gavin Thee Thomson, Matt Kyme, Nic Lawson, Aly Faye and Ben Byrne. Colours and design by Garth Jones. The book is in the final stages of production and will be available this year, likely as two single issues and then a collection. FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
I put the artists on Sixsmiths volume 2 to the question. This is what Jan Scherpenhuizen told me from his lair underneath a windmill. Were you possessed by some malignant spirit when you agreed to be a part of this project, and if not, why on earth did you do it? Interesting question, though no doubt it’s asked lightly. I was raised a Catholic, but I’m philosophical by nature and that makes for two elements of the personality that will always be uneasy bedfellows. The philosopher sort of got his feet in the back of the Catholic and pushed him...