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SEVEN DAYS IN BERLIN by Craig
December 9, 2012, 8:20 pm
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You know that an indie book/creator is doing things right when you need to get your hands on the latest issue just as much as your normal weekly comics. It happened with No More Heroes. It happened with The Standard. And now it’s happened again with Neil Slorance’s follow up to Nine Lines of Metro – Seven Days in Berlin.

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NINE LINES OF METRO by Craig
June 25, 2012, 8:30 am
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In case you hadn’t noticed, Glasgow is booming with comics talent at the moment – and I don’t just mean your big names like Mark Millar and Frank Quitely. From the Glasgow League of Writers to Team Girl Comic and high quality titles like The Standard and No More Heroes, there’s a massive choice of small press goodness on offer, with no sign of it slowing down either. Unlike The Standard and NMH though, Neil Slorance’s new book Nine Lines of Metro changes the pace entirely, slowing things down and doing something a little different with the comics medium.

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