Salgood Sam’s personal comics anthology project.Revolver One is a collection of seven short stories & assorted words & pictures, exploring diverse themes of mortality, belonging, and identity.
I wanted to have my own regular series for a long time but I don't want to do just one story, so this is conceptually sort of like Acme Novelty Library, Rubber Blanket or Eightball? A home for whatever new comics I'm working on in serial as regularly published as my means will enable.
This fist Vol in the series collects with John O’Brien, . , , and with A.J. Duric And a few jam pages from my days hanging out and hosting the now defunct MMCJ! The Monthly Montreal Comix Jams. I'll be sliping a few of those in most issues of this series. Some playful done in one pages drawn with a long list of fellow cartooning buddies in Montreal.
This first, critically acclaimed issue of my personal anthology series earned me a 2005 Doug Wright nomination for the first B&W edition! This is a later remastered full colour edition. It's one of the best and most diverse example of my work around the turn of the century.
Revolver One's first incarnation was a black and white short run zine that earned me a nomination for a Doug Wright Award, later I remastered it as this colour anthology of short stories and character sketches. A mix of collaborative and solo comics projects that mark a time of fertile experimentation and personal sequential tectonic shifts.