MothMan 3B Comic Book
Artist Tony Knox celebrates a decade of his MothMan alter ego, the
dysfunctional, bumbling Superhero he has explored through performance,
photography and print. His 4th comic book, limited to 500 issues,
is available Church of the Resurrection Koln and the the Bluecoat
Hub during the Liverpool Biennial. A free online version will
be available and large-format pages from the comic book situated in
the citycentre. Knox has invited artists Anna McDade, Eoin Flynn
and Julia Swarbrick to coproduce elements of MothMan’s latest
Tony Knox celebrates a decade of his Mothman alter-ego, the disfunctional,
bumbling superhero he has explored numerous times over the years,
whether through live performance, wrestling, photography and print.
Today sees the launch of the fourth Mothman comic, which has been
limited to five hundred collector’s copies.
The comic is only available from the Bluecoat Hub during the upcoming
A free online version of the comic will also be available for both
tablets and phones.
Mothman has continued to be a far-reaching project, with the eponymous
superhero making his international wrestling debut in Finland and
appearing on German TV in a documentary charting the continuing popularity
of Beatles tourism.
The Mothman comic series is released every two years to coincide with
the Liverpool Biennial.
The issues comic has seen Tony Knox collaborate with artists from
Ireland, Germany and India.
These artists include in issue 3b
Anna McDade, Eoin Flynn, Julia Swarbrick all of whom have given their
extraordinary take on the Mothman story.