What Am I Up to?!


Hello Hypergeeksters!

Well, it’s been just over a month since I brought the site to an end, and just in case you were craving a wee bit of Hypergeek, I thought I would bring you up to date with what I am doing now.

Well, to start with, I now have a sweet gig working for 2000 AD! Some of you may remember that over the last couple of years, I have written a couple of print interview features for them with writers and artists about their newest stores. Well, they recently launched a new news blog on their newly revamped website at 2000adonline.com. As soon as they heard that I had shut down Hypergeek, they contacted me to see if I would be interested creating similar content for their blog - that is, doing Q&As with writers and artists, about their upcoming stories. I was quite frankly flattered that the contacted me, and was very excited at the prospect. I really love interviewing creators about interesting projects, and the fact that these interviews are now on the internet means that many more people are seeing my writing! It’s also a good thing for 2000 AD too, as previously the only people reading these features were people who had bought that issue of 2000 AD - which is pretty much preaching to the converted. Now everyone can read them, and hopefully be enticed to pick up the issues containing the story.

Anyway, I’ve had two pieces posted so far, and have two more about ready to turn in. Here are the ones up right now:



In other news, I have just joined the Best Shots review team at Newsarama.com. My first two reviews were of DC’s Superboy #11, and Marvel’s Avengers #16. I have just started going through this week’s titles, and should have a couple more up next week too. Check them out at:


… and lots more to come! I’ll keep you posted!

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