Mr Unpronounceable Adventures, spectacularly weird graphic novel in a Lovecraftian/Burroughsian vein


14 Responses to “Mr Unpronounceable Adventures, spectacularly weird graphic novel in a Lovecraftian/Burroughsian vein”

  1. I’m sold. Anything that combines HPL and WSB will always find a welcome spot on my shelf. And the art looks fantastic.

  2. stevecaplan says:

    If you want Lovecraft in comic form, read Alan Moore’s The Courtyard and the Neomonicon.  Great stories and, like in the best Lovecraftian way, will leave you deeply shaken and uneasy.

  3. Soon Lee says:

    Tim Molloy might be based in Australia, but he is a New Zealander.  It’s a sore spot because it often seems like Australia tries to take credit for all the good stuff that comes out of New Zealand. 

  4. Eman Revelc says:

    Don’t forget to include the elements of Jim Woodring’s “Frank” as well…

  5. Dammit. Tim is a Kiwi, – so I feel insulted. Aussie always takes the credit for our best work  - Crowded House, Split Enz, Russell Crowe (actually they can keep Russell Crowe). 
    Thanks in advance for amending your post and show us you can tell the difference between two separate nations.  

  6. Hirsty says:

    So. Australian based native born New Zealander then … OR IS HE? *sting*

  7. Elliot Cowan says:

    Terrific stuff, but the two tangents above the shoulder (on the cover) drive me nuts.

  8. Robert Weaver says:

    Also, Bookdepository is actually better for Australians too. Although Fishpond is often better than them. Although Bookdepository via Advanced Book Exchange, especially via the UK outfit, is usually better still.


    I buy a lot of books. 

    • That’s true, but if you’re in Australia and spend a few extra bucks on the postage buying from our site then it all goes directly to us as a small publisher, and to Tim Molloy too, so we can put it towards more work. Plus we give you a free sticker. Cool or what?

      Either we we appreciate people checking our stuff. And thanks for the review Cory.

      Milk Shadow Books

    • I would prefer to support the publisher direct than a big company. They need it more :)

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