“The war in and around Uganda has served as the setting for a number of films in recent years… [yet] Dysart’s meticulous research and the unique spin he puts on the character make it stand out from the crowd…”
I may have finished Unknown Soldier two years ago, but the love keeps coming. Now The Independent Film Channel (through columnist Rick Marshall) says, “This series about a pacifist who discovers his dark side during the war in Uganda isn’t pretty, but it could make a great, gritty movie.”
Check out the full write up.
Thanks to my friend, my brother from another mother and my collaborator, the Italian Stallion, Alberto Ponticelli, for bringing this article to my attention.
Cover to Harbinger #7
I’ll be at the Baltimore Comic Book Convention this weekend. Unfortunately I don’t know my schedule yet, and I’m not on the list of guests due to being a late inclusion, but I’ll try to update this post when I’m more clued in. A whole slew of great creators are going to be there. You should definitely check it out. Read more
THAT NEW STYLE. Story by Joshua Dysart. Art and Coloring by Ryan Kelly.
Some time ago Liquid Comics approached the amazing Ryan Kelly (Saucer Country, Northlanders, Local, Lucifer) and I to do a short comic about Elvis Presley for a collection that was being commissioned by Graceland (I think). Excited to work with Ryan, who I’ve been a fan of since way back in the days of Lucifer, I lept at the chance.
Harbinger 3 is out today!
Here’s a collection of awesome links and quotes extolling the virtues of our little funny book to get you excited about your weekly visit to the local comic book shop…
Harbinger #3 is coming (August 15!) and Comic Bastard has a phat-ass preview for all you psiot-heads.
It starts like this…
Then gets better.