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WATCH: The 2dcast Annual 2013

December 30th, 2013 by Ciaran Flanagan Comments

WATCH: The 2dcast Annual 2013: We’re joined by the cream of the Irish comics scene to discuss the year’s happenings and to give you our views on the pick of the Irish comics scene. We’re joined by, among others, Declan Shalvey, Stephen Downey and Stephen Mooney

FTN Interviews: Stephen Downey

October 3rd, 2013 by Jay Comments

We talk to not only one of the most talented, but also the fastest talking, Irish comic artists!

COMIC REVIEW: FTN reviews Noe the Savage Boy

February 1st, 2013 by Owen Quinn Comments

This historical epic is one of the stand out titles on shelves right now…

LISTEN: It’s episode 48 & 49 of our Podcast! ‘Always two there are…’ (not really, bit of a one off actually)

January 31st, 2013 by Marc Comments

We had some technical problems last week so we’ve had to upload our last two podcasts together guys. Special guests in here include Mr Jimmy Mac, Mr Stephen Downey and Mr Pete Redmond. You just never know who’ll pop up on the FTN Podcast

Noe: The Savage Boy launch information

January 24th, 2013 by Jay Comments

From three of Ireland’s local creative talent – Plot by Robert Curely (Jennifer Wilde, The Black Scorpion, The Crimson Blade) , Script by Mal Coney (Holy Cross, The Darkness), and Art by Stephen Downey (Torchwood, Cancertown, Jeniifer Wilde) – comes a great new historical fiction comic book: ‘Noe, The Savage Boy’ published by Atomic Diner comics. Noe’s story begins in […]

Shaking Safari Swings onto iOS and Android

October 15th, 2012 by Jay Comments

Outsider Games is excited to announce their first mobile game, Shaking Safari, is now available on iOS (IPhone/iPad/iPod Touch) and Android (Google Play/Kindle). The animals of Africa are hungry! Help them collect food by swiping it into their baskets. Balance the scales and stay upright with tilt control or they’ll fall over! Featuring 10 levels […]

Review: Cancertown 2

October 15th, 2012 by Jay Comments

The crossing points between realities are wearing thin and all the rules are changing.