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We’d like to say a MASSIVE thank you to everyone who came along to support the launch of the latest in our comic anthology series ‘Steak Night 3’ last Friday at the Old Blue Last in Shoreditch.
It was a rather wet and miserable evening so we were incredibly pleased to see that so many people made the effort to come and join us in celebrating the physical completion of a book that has only been made possible thanks to the hard work, efforts and talents of the artists and writers who contributed.
It was doubly great that so many of those involved were able to be there and for most, it was the first time they’d actually seen the finished article in the flesh and held it in their hands. Unfortunately, due to the lack of adequate lighting around the table where copies of Steak Night 3 could be purchased, most people would have had to wait until they got home to view the book in all its splendour. Still … we hope it was worth it.
We are also very grateful to the musicians who performed on the night, so many thanks to Phillip from PAWS for kicking off the evening with a brilliant solo set, to Moon Gangs for their ethereal atmospheric spell binding offering and to Human Hair for setting the place a light … but not literally. Oh yes … thanks to the sexy DJ’s too.
If we can dig out pictures, we’ll stick them up here.
The new Steak Night book #3: ‘JOBS’ has some great artists involved, one being Peter Cline, whose work you can see here.
We asked him 5 questions, and this is how he answered them:
Q: Where do you live?
A: I live near Kings Cross, London
Q: What got you into comics?
A: I first got into comics through the bright minimal panels of Herge
Q:Who are your influences?
A: I’ve spent many years devouring comics history, and it’s hard to know where to start with influences! Lets just say there are two major reasons I’ve called my publishing imprint OttoPress, namely Otto Neurath
And Otto Suglow
Q: What have you been working on lately?
A: Lately I’ve been working on a short series of Risograph printed ‘chapbooks’ and further stories for Ocular Anecdotes #2.
Q: Where can people find your stuff on the inter-web?
A: On the web, people can look at ottopress.co.uk and thethoughtpolice.co.uk