Wednesday, 24 March 2021
We are thrilled to say that the Kickstarter Campaign for The Plague and Doctor Caim successfully funded on Friday evening, which means we are no able to move straight on to finalising the printing and production of the book. To do that, we need your names!
Everyone who has backed the project on the Unbound platform will still have their names listed in the back of the book,. Please could…
Wednesday, 21 October 2020
It’s been a long while, but I have amazing news for you.
The Plague and Doctor Caim has a new home with Cast Iron Books! As you may know, Lizzie Kaye has been Doctor Caim’s editor and champion from the very start of this Unbound process. Cast Iron Books is Lizzie’s exciting new publishing company that specializes in graphic novels with beautiful illustrations and deft storytelling…
25% Funded! Happy New Year! Bloodletting!
Tuesday, 31 December 2019
Happy New Year to Doctor Caim's Backers! We're 25% funeded!
Thank you so much for all your support this year. I haven't been very good about posting updates, but posting more updates is one of my 2020 New Year's resolutions.
For this update, I thought I'd talk a bit about bloodletting...
BLOODLETTING was the go-to treatment for most plague doctors (and Doctor Caim is no exception). This…
Check out this "Doctor Caim" interview!
Tuesday, 3 September 2019
Alex Dueben of Smash Pages recently interviewed me about The Plague and Doctor Caim! You can read the interview here: http://smashpages.net/2019/06/25/smash-pages-qa-g-e-gallas.
Check out this "Doctor Caim" review!
Friday, 19 July 2019
Matt Ligeti, The Comic Book Yeti, recently reviewed The Plague and Doctor Caim! You can read his review here: www.comicbookyeti.com/post/the-plague-and-doctor-caim.
Where does the name "Caim" come from?
Thursday, 13 June 2019
(Illustration from the "Dictionnaire Infernal" by Collin de Plancy.)
You may be wondering where the name "Caim" comes from. Page one of this graphic novel goes into a little detail about the name, but I will expand upon it here.
Firstly, Caim is a variation of "Cain," as in the biblical Cain and Abel. As you may know, Cain and Abel were Adam and Eve's first sons and Cain kills Abel…