Upon re-reading my contract with Class Comics a few months ago, I was pleased to note that the advance that Mark and I were getting against sales of The Mark of Aeacus was in US dollars and not Canadian. Of course, the difference was pretty small, but it was still higher than if it had [...]
Everyone’s favorite queer comics podcast, Comic Book Queers, reviewed The Mark of Aeacus on its last episode, The Cher Witch Project. If you don’t listen to this show regularly, you should, even when they don’t talk about my book.
In addition to having lots of cider in pubs (apparently all the rage is to drink your cider with ice, now) and taking a “flight” on the London Eye (which is not just a prop in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer), I also got to spend some time with comics journo Alex Fitch [...]
Sean McGrath, author of the groovy comic Frater Mine, reviews the first issue of The Mark of Aeacus over at Prism Comics. Have a look!
]Where shall we start with this story? Let us start before the beginning, with Zeus, most powerful of the gods, transforming himself into some animal form and searching the land for a sexual and/or romantic diversion. He tended to do this from time to time, as his home life was apparently unsatisfying. Perhaps he relished [...]
Or rather, Class has got us… Class Comics that is! You can read all the particulars here on the Prism Comics website. Mark and I are both thrilled about this, and are eager to pimp the book to the masses and make it a big hit. I’ve started by filming an interview video introducing folks [...]