Honoured to be interviewed by the good people at ComX studios.
I got to talk about Deathship Jenny, Liff, Supanova fun and everything that got me to this point. 🙂
I’m talking a lot lately to Shane, one of the main people (if not THE person) behind the supercool ComX.
Great fellah, providing all sorts of support for indie comic artists, including a new place to sell Deathship Jenny!
I now have a profile here: https://comx.net.au/talent/rob-oconnor/
And you can now buy DSJ and a whole buncha other cool Aussie comics from here: https://comx.shop/product-category/independent/deathship-jenny
Check it out!
Here’s a report on TooCon by WIN News Toowoomba.
I get a cameo and say words and stuff! Somehow, full sentences were strung together.
So… production on Issue 4 has officially started. Woohoo!
Life’s beyond hectic right now, so it’d be pointless to give an eta – later this year is the best I can give. I’ll keep you posted! 😃🖊😃
A while back I was asked to write an article about my comic Liff for Inkspot, the official magazine of the Australian Cartoonists…
So the Gold Coast Supanova has been and gone for another year. This time , however, I participated in the Square Peg stall with Dave writer Stewart Cook and Robert Hall, who contributed with Stewart on another title Nexus Point. We also shared the space with OzComics and Killeroo creator Darren Close and artist Emmanuel Hernaez.
I had a fine weekend meeting these gentlemen. I had nothing to sell per sē, but I got to sit, watch the cosplayers go by, meet a fair few industry types and draw for a weekend! Quite fine for the first time around.
L to R: Stewart, Robert, Emmanuel, Darren
First time I saw the poster. Never seen my stuff so large!
General mucking around. Photos via friends.
Drinks gathering held by the fine fellow at Kings Comics.
The view from my unit. Nice!
A final promo shot for Stewart to use at future conventions!
Today’s been the launch party of the blog. Some mighty fine people have been saying some mighty fine things. Thanks everyone!
Have a good look through. I hope you like what you see.
I want to use it to put all my projects old and new. I’ll try to update it as regularly as I can. As they say: watch this space! 🙂
Rob’s idea of enterprise is the ship that Captain Kirk flies in.
Someone very business-minded once described me in this way. I was angry at first but… well… he’s right. I’m not in this world to make a buck.
Having said that, a few people have asked for my art on posters and t-shirts and such. I’m extremely chuffed by that. Thank you!
Because of that, I’ve done this:
Click on Buy Prints at the top of the page and you can get some of my stuff for yourself. Hurrah!
If there’s something you see on my site that you’d like added, let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Not everything will translate because of file size issues and such, but I’ll do my best.
That’s it really. Back to the usual fun!