Some new bloggy goodness.


First off let me start by mentioning Comics West. We called into this event held at NUI Galway at the weekend and got a chance to catch up with some folks I hadn’t seen since the 2D Festival back in June. We will be back there next year with Nestor and a few other titles from Coimici Gael and Abandoned Comics.

My buddy Martin Greene the man behind Nestor and The Wire and Gas Anthology has set up a new blog. It’s still in it’s infancy but it will be another place to check out all things Abandoned related in the coming months. The link for that is here.

Next up we have Mr Stephen Coffey. Stephen is the writer behind A society for a remarkable suicide as well as Pogoroboto. Here is his Website for ye to check out. The reason I’m mentioning Stephen is because he will be one of the first people to contribute to the gallery that will be up on the Abandoned Comics Site when it launches next year. We will set up a gallery on the site that will feature sketches of Nestor by different artists. If anyone wants to do one they can get in contact with us at The site probably won’t be ready until early next year but no harm in getting the ball rolling on this one.

About mikeplynch

Mike Lynch is an Eagle Award Nominated writer currently based in the West of Ireland. His worked has appeared in the Irish language comic Ri Ra, FutureQuake and he is currently working on three new comics for Coimici Gael. The war anthology Wire and Gas, the two issue Horror comic Nestor and the Irish Super hero comic Black Star.

Posted on November 15, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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