2014 in Review: Lee Gracie

What have been your personal cartooning/comics highlights of 2014?
Nothing really. I just being drawing my comics for my website. It help me with my mental illness, what I'm doing.

What are some of the comics you've enjoyed in 2014?
Saga and Sex Criminals and Judge Dredd.

What is something non-comics that you have enjoyed in 2014?
Some TV shows that I have watched and meeting new friends.

What are you looking forward to in 2015?
I don't look forward at anything that is coming up really. I just wait until things happens. It's not like I'm not doing anything about it. It sometime you have to wait to hear back from some people. I can't say any more than that.

Doctor Duck Comics

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Ronnie Scott profile and interview with Simon Hanselmann.

Melbourne and Brisbane launch parties for Jase Harper's AwkWood from Milk Shadow Books in August.

Down There #3 - Tom O'Hern's Blood and Bone available online at San Kessto Publications.

Kelly Sheehan writes about the launch of Earth's End Publishing.


Dave Dye writes about the beginning of World War One for Australians and New Zealanders. Dave's extensive graphic history of Anzac involvement in the WW1 is available at the Wotsleft store.

Lee Gracie's The Adventures of Doctor Duck, is an odd sci-fi epic webcomic starring a duck with a moustache. A lot of unintentional humour from mispellings and Lee's crude, almost "outsider" art gives it a certain appeal that I wouldn't ascribe to more polished efforts. Lee's bio from Doctor Duck: "Lee Gracie has been drawing comics for over 25 years in Australia. He has worked on drawings for TV and movies, and once owned his own comic shop. He has ADD, Bipolar disorder, and dyslexia. He still sells his comic books at fairs."

Hey look! Some cool covers from Virgil Reilly's Silver Flash comics circa 1950's.

Paper Trail masthead by Toby Morris.