Just finished this. Haven’t done a graphic novel for ages. Incredible story based on the real life 369th Infantry Regiment. Based in Harlem, made up of African Americans. They fought alongside the French in WW1. Became one of the most decorated units and spent 191 days in front line trenches, more than any other American unit... Some men. Great read. By Max Brooks and Illustrated by Caanan White.
‘You shall not pass’ always love me a bit of weekend Broadstairs action
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Thanks for all the kind messages for the #icons show tonight. Here’s a few more shots from Tanzania. Had the most incredible week there. X
Some snaps ahead of tonight’s #icons Explorers show 9pm @bbc2 . We shot it over last summer/autumn. Featuring, Shackleton, Gertrude Bell, Jane Goodall, and Neil Armstrong. Privilege to have made it. Hope you enjoy.
And... meaning to post about this for a while. This is excellent (I even did a review on the cover *get me* Stig Abell’s ‘How Britain Really Works’. It’s a brilliant look at the country’s structures and institutions. How they work... How they don’t, and where they’re going... it’s a mixed prognosis.
Couple of offerings for you. Inhaled this over Christmas. Only a couple of Kerr’s Bernie Gunther books left now as he sadly passed way too early last year. But this is one of the best. Brimming with Le Carre style misdirection. If you’re looking for a cracking bit of 30’-50’s noir this is for you. Start with ‘Berlin Noir’ enjoy.
Always a joy catching up with this old fruit. The epoch defining @neilmoonmccallum Superb night at Alchemilla in Glasgow