Your Days are Numbered Mag
This was the website for the London-based independent graphic fiction magazine, Your Days Are Numbered.
The content / images are from the site's archived 2012 - 2013 pages.
Your Days Are Numbered is a London-based independent graphic fiction magazine documenting the world around creators, comics and pop-culture.
Published four times a year, each issue is a digest of what’s happening in and around the contemporary graphic and comics scene, with Q&A interview-style features that invite the reader to participate in the conversation.
The magazine is distributed at graphic stores, comic shops and cafes in London, Brighton, New York and selected other worldwide destinations.
YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED MAGAZINE
featuring Gabriel Ba & Fabio Moon, INJ Culbard, Gustavo Duarte, Shaky Kane & David Hine, Krent Able, Paul O’Connell,and Tom Scioli, + reviews, and more!
Uploaded on Jun 11, 2011
SPIN Magazine: "Best Newcomers"
ROLLINGSTONE Magazine: "One of [Vans Warped Tour 2011] the coolest, most unexpected sets was delivered by the Bots--- two brothers from Glendale, California, ages 13 and 18 -- playing tough and melodic punk 'n' blues in the Black Keys mode. "I'm pretty sure their mom is out on tour and watching over them," Against Me!'s Tom Gabel told Rolling Stone backstage, calling the young duo one of his favorite acts on this year's 44-date tour. These guys make an effort to look the part - their cover of the Batman theme is awesome and for the gig I saw they were definitely adhering to the Batman dress code - simple black Batman T shirts from MoonAtMidnight.com - one with the Batcave and one with the logo, but partially hidden under the black hoodies. Young rockers who have it down!"
The Bots„ Northern Lights …
.. cover to issue 5 by the awesome SNUB „ hitting the streets next week ..
artist Grégoire Guillemin reimagines superheroes eating donuts & doing porno shit pop-art style ..
this we have to throw out there .. Y/D/A/N illustrator Michael Parkin just put out his first short graphic ‘Lines’ & yeah its brilliant„
Kyle Platts tells it like it is … cartoon style
real nice page from Simon Oliver’s Collider
drawn by Robbi Rodriguez
Brandon McCarthy’s designs for Zenith „
love the 80s style