Gorky and Izzy’s Trip to Mexico

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Episode 1: Gorky is having a bad week. First, his wife serves him with divorce papers, and his best friend Izzy is hopeless at comforting him. On top of it all, he is far from home and has been ordered to carry out a heist against the Sinaloa Cartel.

1 review for Gorky and Izzy’s Trip to Mexico

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    JulienneD (verified owner)

    A fun, crime caper with an emotional undercurrent. Slickly plotted, and drawn with bags of character. Plus hats off to the creative team for using the electronic/pdf format to try some interesting story-telling techniques. They have brought a cinematic feel to the story and I can see them developing these techniques as the series continues. Definitely one to watch!

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Fahed Rahman was born and raised in London. He qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and incorporates his experience in legal practice into his writing. Fahed fell into love with writing his own stories as a child. He has since gone onto run creative writing classes for Utter! Spoken Word and had his work performed on stage. Fahed’s stories have been described as being quirky, funny and full of pathos. When not struggling with writer’s block he teaches martial arts. Jon Schwochert studied at Otis College of Art and Design in in Los Angeles, before moving to London. He quickly became disheartened by the lack of technical training in the University system. Jon left university to train in traditional techniques and media at London Fine Art Studios. He completed his MA in Illustration at the University of Hertfordshire in 2015 where he received a distinction for his thesis. Jon has trained in traditional media, but creates his professional work using computer software. His drawings and paintings have been commissioned for video games, comic books, medical illustration, advertisements and editorial illustration. He has been published by Nintendo, The Artist Magazine, Manifesto Press and in many smaller publications. He has been a resident artist at the Milwaukee Art Museum and the Central School of Ballet in London. Currently Jon is taking commissions as a comic book artist in London and teaching at HuangHuai University, China several months of the year.