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Panel Borders: Comics and ‘zines

July 4, 2008

Panel Borders: Comics and ‘zines
Orignally broadcast 03/07/08 as part of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM

In a pair of interviews about the crossover between comics and
(maga)zines, Alex Fitch investigates a love of retro horror comics with the editor of the EC Comics tribute magazine ‘From the Tomb’ plus, in a sneak preview of the forthcoming Comics and Zines celebration in Museum Street on the 19th of July, Alex talks to organiser and small press creator Jimi Gherkin about the event.

For more info, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Links: Comics and ‘zines blog
Jimi’s myspace page
Paper Tiger comics website, which Jimi contributes to

Soaring Penguin, publishers of ‘From the tomb’
Interview with Peter Normanton, co-creator of ‘From the tomb’
Wikipedia page on EC comics, publishers of classic horror titles

Comics news:

Comics and \'zines flyer

Also: Online now at Manchester Met’ Contemporary Film and Video:

Tales from the Flat: the movie! (sort of)

To quote one of the stars, Oliver Lambden: “Alex Thomson, Jack Tomkins and Jon Hull recently completed their final piece for their film degrees at Manchester Uni and they decided to make a short documentay all about Modern Monstrosity and The Camden Comics Stall. Give it a watch, it’s bloody awesome, the soundtrack’s amazing, it’s only ten minutes long and it’s viewable here…”

(For the sake of accuracy, I’d like to point out that my car is grey and not red; little did I know that I was driving Indiana Jones to the Temple Meads of Doom…)

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  1. Today’s show - Strip!: Zine-age kicks « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] anthologyInterview with Jimi at http://www.spoonfed.co.uk Info on Brighton ‘zine-fest Listen to Alex Fitch’s Summer 2008 interview with Jimi and to Jimi perform the song “It ‘aint gonna work out fine” as part of our show […]

  2. Panel Borders: Zine-age Kicks! « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] anthology Interview with Jimi at http://www.spoonfed.co.uk Info on Brighton ‘zine-fest Listen to Alex Fitch’s Summer 2008 interview with Jimi and to Jimi perform the song “It ‘aint gonna work out fine” as part of our show […]

  3. Panel Borders: Zine-age Kicks! reblogged this and added:

    […] anthology Interview with Jimi at http://www.spoonfed.co.uk Info on Brighton ‘zine-fest Listen to Alex Fitch’s Summer 2008 interview with Jimi and to Jimi perform the song “It ‘aint gonna work out fine” as part of our show […]

  4. Today’s show: British Noir « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] Links: Official movie site http://www.jacksays.co.uk Wikipedia pages on Jack Says, Jack Said and Oscar Alvarado Buy Jack Falls from Soaring Penguin Press Listen to Alex’s interview with Soaring Penguin’s John Anderson […]

  5. Panel Borders: British Noir « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] Links: Official movie site http://www.jacksays.co.uk Wikipedia pages on Jack Says, Jack Said and Oscar Alvarado Buy Jack Falls from Soaring Penguin Press Listen to Alex’s interview with Soaring Penguin’s John Anderson […]

  6. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] John Anderson (Soaring Penguin Press) David Brawn (Harper Collins) Suley Fattah (Drawing the line) Dan Franklin (Jonathan Cape) John Freeman (Editor: Marvel UK / Doctor Who Magazine) Steffen P. Maarup (Aben Maler) Joel Meadows (Tripwire) – interview by Duncan Nott and Alex Fitch Terome McNally (Semiotic Cohesion) Kenny Penman (Blank Slate) Tim Pilcher (Erotic Comics) – interview by Dickon Harris Ed Pinsent (Fast Fiction) Christian Quesnel (Le Studio coopératif Premières Lignes) Matt Smith (Editor: 2000 AD) Giovanni Spinella (Comic Creators Guild) Alex Spiro and Nick White (Nobrow Press) – interview by Dickon Harris Chris Staros (Top Shelf) – interview by Dickon Harris Mark Waid (Boom! comics) – interview by Duncan Nott and Alex Fitch Karen Wenborn (Classical Comics) – interview by Duncan Nott […]

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