24th May 2007

The Ulster Cycle page 15, Irish comics creators, and Belardinelli

Ireland, the Iron Age.


The Ulster Cycle page 15


Sorry there was no page yesterday. I wasn’t feeling well. Got a note from my mammy and everything. Anyway, here’s page 15. Thanks to Stiof MacAmhalghaidh for suggesting what small game might have been huntable in the Iron Age.

You may have noticed a new category of links in the sidebar down the right (unless you’re reading on Google Reader or some other RSS feed site) – Irish comics creators. I took my lead from my old pal PJ Holden, the 2000AD artist, who’s posted a page on his blog on the same subject. I’ve dug up a few more myself, and hopefully between us we’ll be able to identify the entire Irish comics community. There are handful who don’t seem to have a web presence, so I’ve added a link to page about them. If you’re Irish and involved in making comics, leave a comment and a link if you have one and I’ll add you to the list.

Finally, cartoonist extraordinaire D’Israeli writes an eloquent appreciation of the late 2000AD artist Massimo Belardinelli, whose death has been reported before, but unfortunately this time doesn’t seem to be an exaggeration.

One Response to “The Ulster Cycle page 15, Irish comics creators, and Belardinelli”

  1. paddybrown Says:

    The Irish comics creators blogroll is gone now – everything’s now on the Irish Comics Wiki:

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