Just thought I would use the COMICOZ Logo and insert it on the Blog. Let me know your thoughts! It was designed in the early 1990s and has only been used on The Wally Lewis Story (1993) - but please correct me if I am wrong, Mind you, the only person who could tell me if that fact is incorrect is the designer....fellow Queenslander Jason Paulos! I shall resist any temptation to talk of any football match this evening, although it is foremost in my mind. (Yes, I have a Life outside of my Family, Work and Comics, you know...!!)
Yesterday, with the help and artistic direction of both daughter Natalie Mahal and wife Carlene, I was finalising the Letter of Thanks that are part of the Rewards for all Pledges to our (still on-going, but presently static) Pozible Campaign. Just remember, if you have not put in a Pledge (see by clicking here!) you can still do so! Extra Money will be used on making Ned Kelly even greater! (As I said before by looking into the possibility of making an electronic version available in the future....) The Letters will go out later in the week (as there are still some addresses to be obtained).
...acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to elders past, present, and emerging, and extend that respect to all First Australian peoples.
Over the past decade (2011 - 2020) Nat has self-published ten comic-related books and was Publisher-Editor of Oi Oi Oi! - the last nationally-distributed comic book of original comics stories to appear on Australian newsstands. He edited Inkspot, the journal of the Australian Cartoonists Association for 14 issues from late 2015 to 2019 and is a current member of the ACA's Committee. In his spare time, he is a husband, a father (to six) and grandfather (to fourteen), and works in the Psychiatric Emergency Centre in Queensland's largest public hospital.
Comicoz is Nat Karmichael's publishing imprint. Nat is committed to preserving a permanent collection of Australian comic and comic strips. He feels that there is a need to recognise comics' contribution to and depiction of Australian culture.