Alexander the Great and the Giant Fish

A scene in the Alexander Comic! Really excited now that I have everything outlined.
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The Makers Club preview

Upcoming book THE MAKERS CLUB: GAME ON! for 2020

I'm excited to announce that I will be writer and colourist for an upcoming kids graphic novel series, THE MAKERS CLUB, with artist Tintin Pantoja. You can read the announcement about my book plus other upcoming titles by my publisher Difference Engine. (more…)
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Bosphorus Review May 2019 Issue Cover

Illustration for the May 2019 issue of the Bosphorus Review, an online Turkish literary magazine.
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Alexander the Great concept

Concept illustration for an Alexander the Great graphic novel in development.
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Reimena Yee is a graphic novelist, artist and flamingo enthusiast.

She creates the webcomics The World in Deeper Inspection, and The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya; the latter of which is the first Malaysian graphic novel to be Eisner-nominated.

Currently writing and drawing a whole bunch of stuff. Is a nerd for all things spooky and historical.

Melbourne / Kuala Lumpur

Upcoming Events

Nebula Con 2021
June 4, 9.30 – 10.30 AM PST
Panel: Actually Writing the Comic You Promised

Alexander Comic Launch @ Twitter
June 11

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This is a really interesting question. I'm trying to think about the earliest examples from the Western world, and I feel like the first "taking over the world with a cunning plan" villain would be the aliens from the original War of the Worlds. But that's aliens, not humans.

Dracula Awareness Activist@bombsfall

Question: the cliche of a villain wanting world domination- did that exist much pre-WW1? I don't mean like "me and my army shall slowly expand our empire by fighting wars and deposing rulers etc" I mean a general "I personally will take over the world through my cunning plan"

What's going on with global supply chains? (aka "why are we running out of everthing," "why is shipping so slow," "why are things more expensive"). A link roundup thread:

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