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RICHARD CALDER
 


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WILLIAM GIBSON
 


tfc "... an examination of the human spirit, a darkened mirror that reflects the true nature of the struggle, not only for survival, but for civilization. "
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The graphically dark anthology that mixes prose short stories with comics in a graphic-novel-sized package.

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Contents
Dead Girls- Episode 3 Richard Calder [Art: Leonardo M Giron]
Heart Of Clay DK Thompson [Nancy Farmer]
Sarah 87 Camille Alexa [Paul Drummond]
Hush Little Brother Richard Rippon [Dan Havardi]
Thanks You And Good Night Steve Tanner [Dexter Wee]
Low Tide Lisa A Koosis [Zarina Liew]
We Know Where You Live Matt Finucane [Ian Jones]
The Last Precinct - Part 2 Luke Cooper [Luke Cooper]
Loose? Mike Wood [Caroline Parkinson]
Served Rauiri MacInnes [Neil Roberts]
The Story Of Andrew Haddock - Part 2 Dave Barnett [Neil Struthers]
A Nuclear Winter's Carol Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
Depth Charge - Dedicated Flesh Matt Wallace
Interview with Nancy Farmer
Book Review David Langford
Book Review IE Lester
A running list of contributors also appears here.
 
 

ISSUE #11
ISBN: 978-1-906584-18-4

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What people said about this issue:

"It's glossy and meaty and full of weird and wonderful art work. This is a magazine that didn't flutter down onto the door mat, it dropped onto it with a meaningful thump. . . ." [Full review] - Mike Wood (Writing SF)
 
"Murky Depths gets a special nod for pushing boundaries by mixing artwork and fiction (shortform graphic novels, but I wouldn't call them comics unless you knew comics--then you'd know what I meant)." [Full review] - Kaolin Fire (Editor, GUD)
 
". . . all I can say is Wow! This is a seriously decent quality magazine - glossy cover, thick heavy paper for the pages, well printed. This thing is a joy to hold. And then there's the content. They really put a decent product out. " [Full review] - IE Lester (Blogspot)