Panel Borders: Uncanny Landscapes
September 3, 2020
— Comics and landscape
Uncanny Landscapes: In the 2 hour Panel Borders Autumn Special, Alex Fitch talks to three comic creators whose work explores uncanny locations. In a pair of Q and As recorded at Cartoon County, Brighton, Chris Reynolds discusses the retro-futuristic aesthetic of his Mauretania Comics, set in post-industrial landscapes, and Sarah Gordon chats about the evocative folk horror and folktales inhabiting her collection Vicious Creatures.
Also, Alex interviews lecturer and graphic novelist Nick Sousanis about his book Unflattening which uses Edwin Abbott Abbott’s Flatland as a jumping off point for an examination of human communication.
Originally broadcast 2nd September 2020 on Resonance 104.4 FM / DAB (London)
For more audio formats to download and stream, please visit archive.org
Links: Sarah Gordon’s Gumroad site and kickstarter updates
Chris Reynolds’ website – ‘Cinema Detectives’
Nick Sousanis’ website – ‘Spin, Weave and Cut’
Listen to Alex’s previous interview with Sarah Gordon, in a panel discussion alongside fellow South London creators Howard Hardiman, Simone Lia, Gary Northfield, Julia Scheele, Kieron Gillen and Woodrow Phoenix
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