Working on a brand new comic book for COMICOZ is new talent Rob Feldman. What will it be about? Well, only Rob knows, and maybe he won't be telling just yet,,,,!! One thing I can reveal, the accent will be on the word 'book'! You can learn more about Rob by clicking on here....http://rfink.carbonmade.com/about
Among the wonderful treasures one finds when packing, there is often some disappointment when something is found broken or irretrievibly damaged. I came across this old VHS taping of Channel Ten's 'McMahon on Sunday' (a Brisbane-based information entertainment-come-variety half hour from the late 1980s), featuring an interview I did with Reporter Geoff Mullins about 'John Dixon's Air Hawk Magazine' back in the day. Seems ants had taken nest in my VHS Collection and have destroyed any permanent record of that event... It left me somewhat annoyed I hadn't taken the time out to have my VHS Collection transcribed to the more permanent DVD format. Don't tell Mrs Karmichael just yet, but I can't seem to find our Wedding VHS from... well, from many years ago now. I'm fearful it may have suffered the same fate as the poor old Air Hawk VHS story...!!
...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.