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Monday, 4 March 2013

Temple APA Issue Thirteen

Temple APA Issue Thirteen is now available to download as a totally free pdf file, containing contributions from the likes of Dave Hailwood, Paul Eldridge, Simon Mackie, Tony Suleri, Dirk Van Dom and Malcolm Kirk, who also provides the cover.

You can download from Dropbox, MediaFire or view online at MyEbook.
PDF file size is 20.9 MB.

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  1. Right then! Apologies for not having commented on the Test Issue, but I was on holiday at the time and hadn't noticed it was out.

    Good to see the final version - a nice mix of material from all who contributed.

    Paul, great to see a new Rubbernorc strip (and a small cameo from Iron Bru! Thanks for that).

    Simon, a nice take on the 50's B-movie genre with possibly the best title for a comic strip ever.

    Tony, another great range of twisted illustrations with some interesting art textures weaved in.

    Dirk, I loved David Blankley's art style on the SNA strip. Very well drawn, and I enjoy a good bit of nudie carnage (who doesn't?)

    Mal - your Moomin picture terrified the living crap out of me (but then moomins have always had that effect since childhood). It's nice to see you've been working on a computer game as well. You should download the free version of Construct 2 and see what you can do with that (as games can be distributed in most mediums, including PC, Online, ipad, android etc). I loved the Evil Dead imagery in Dead By Dawn, though I couldn't work out how to get through the front door (I think in the event of a zombie apocalypse, I would be the first to die). Great Godzilla/chewits ad cover reference, and a very nicely put together issue overall.

    Nice work chaps, and thanks for putting it all together when you weren't feeling too well, Mal.

  2. The front door requires a key, David. I've got a couple o' vague ideas for other, more up-to-date computer games, so I'll definitely have a look at that Construct thingy. Ta for the tip.

  3. A key, you say? Dammit! And there I was searching high and low for a chainsaw that would fit the lock. WORKSHED!!!