Deep-fried discomfort by Craig Collins and Iain Laurie.


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Thursday 22 September 2011

A surreal horror comedy comic by Craig Collins and Iain Laurie.

Nominated for Best Comic and Best Writer at the Scottish Independent Comic Book Awards.

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"It’s a clever, solid, surreal and funny comic – and at its end, it manages all four in one strip." - Forbidden Planet.

"This is exquisitely macabre material drenched in a flawless cynicism; wonderfully and self-indulgently morbid in its delivery, it is gruesomely entertaining fare... A quite unique and unforgettable work..." - Broken Frontier

"...refreshingly weird, effortlessly funny and at times just plain psychotic... Funny, frightening and a world unto itself..." - Comic Heroes.

"...does run the gamut from laugh-out loud funny to quite disturbing to totally incomprehensible, which may just be an achievement in itself." - The List.

" interesting meld between Collins' absurd blackout gags and Laurie's intensely hatched and grotesque character work". Rob Clough's High-Low.

"Collins and Laurie seem to have found a particular synergy together.... he’s the perfect vehicle for Collins’ staccato-paced wit." - The Comics Journal on The New Scottish Underground. 

"A body of work that will challenge you, that asks you to actively participate and, God forbid, think for yourself." - Geek Chocolate.

"...Craig Collins and Iain Laurie keep things bizarre with the blackest of comedies." - The List.

"...oddly intellectual narrative", "a welcome mindf*ck from the banality of everyday life." - Strange Kids Club.

"...these are some bizarre comic strips, some that I found impenetrable and some outright hilarious" - Starburst Magazine.

"It's an uncompromisingly surreal horror comic, which alternates between the terrifying and the hilarious..." - It's Bloggerin' Time.  

Polish edition of New British Comics:

Thanks to New British Comics, Hive and Yuck! for having us over, and to readers and fans for your comments and support. Cheers!