Issue #5

Available to download or read in-browser below.

Features some adult language and themes.


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Sliced Quarterly #5


Left Handed

By Bryony Thomson
Life through the lens of a left-hander.


Etymophic

Art by Gareth A. Hopkins – Words by David Thomas
Part 1 of our ‘Marvel method’ experiment to analyse the balance between art and words, and the collaboration that makes a comic.


Strange Visitor

Script by John Osborn – Art by Sam Bentley
The origin of an origin story.


Childhood without Cranks

By Bob Schroeder
Inspiration can come from anywhere and be prompted by anything. Also questions the relationship between technological and societal progress.


Unfurl

Art by Gareth A. Hopkins – Words by Daniel Willcocks
Part 2 of our ‘Marvel method’ experiment to analyse the balance between art and words, and the collaboration that makes a comic.


David Loses His Head

Script by Mikael Lopez – Art by Julian Adkins
Getting lost in the creative process and losing control of the results.


Downwardly Mobile

Art by Gareth A. Hopkins – Words by Tony Esmond
Part 3 of our ‘Marvel method’ experiment to analyse the balance between art and words, and the collaboration that makes a comic.


Pink Radio Head

By Saffron Knight
Narrative illustration.


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By David Thomas
The first prose piece we have included. It’s on the subject of creation.


Gruaig

Art by Gareth A. Hopkins – Words by JP Power
Part 4 of our ‘Marvel method’ experiment to analyse the balance between art and words, and the collaboration that makes a comic.


Tense

Script by Pablo Iten – Art by Ktaiwanita
A twisty comic that pushes the boundaries of it’s narrative & structure.


Cover

By Ben Peter Johnson