Thursday, December 5, 2013

UXB Interview.

 Thanks to the guys over at Back from the Depths for allowing my words to pasted all over their lovely website:

Curse #3 Cover

Back from the Depths UXB review.

"look closely and you’ll see smatterings of great horror and sci-fi, all combined to create something original and superbly fantastical. While starting a little slow, Lorimer builds a steady pace and sprinkles enough mystery and intrigue to keep it interesting until the twist. I keep talking about the twist, hence I’ve added little description of what happens – needless to say, it’s really rather good and takes the story in a different direction, ramping the horror and action up, building on the sci-fi he’s delivered at the beginning and producing an ending that leaves you thinking ‘what the hell was that?’, but in that sort of gleeful head-sprouts-eyes-and-legs, ‘you gotta be fucking kidding’ sort of way."

More here:

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Curse sneak peak...

Curse cover #2

UXB Multiversity.

Another very good review of UXB. This one is from Multiversity comics! 

"Lorimer’s efforts are enhanced further by his amazing talent for dialogue. Every character in “UXB” has a unique attitude and unique mannerisms. Their speech patterns set them apart from one another almost as much as their visual distinctions. Despite the very different world they occupy, you’ll feel like you know them from their first introduction. After all, who hasn’t met the jerk who makes crude jokes and swears way too much? Who hasn’t met the sensitive guy who allows himself to be bullied out of being compassionate? These aren’t exactly standard archetypes, and they have much more nuance than can be easily expressed here."

Full article here:

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Broken Frontier UXB review

"Writer-artist Colin Lorimer expertly weaves a grim, darkly sardonic story of survival and depravity in a post-apocalyptic London. UXB is a great read. While the premise may not be the most original, Lorimer has done a commendable job of revitalizing familiar genre tropes with this beautiful and compelling narrative."

 Another strong review of UXB over at:

Monday, October 14, 2013

New Project: CURSE

Bleeding cool:

Curse is a new comic from Boom! by and all-star team of Michael MoreciTim Daniel, Riley Rossmo and Colin Lorimer
The first issue ships in January and it is a four issue mini series.
Laney Griffith is a man who will do anything to save his son from leukemia, but the cost of treatment has broken him financially. When he pursues an elusive murderer in the wilderness of his small, rural community, in the hopes of securing a substantial bounty, Laney is confronted with something he never could have expected: a werewolf. The captive lycan, in human form, turns Laney’s life upside-down, forcing him to confront his haunted past and race against the clock—because the wolf will return, and Laney’s son’s condition continues to worsen. CURSE is a story of a family’s survival at all costs.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

UXB on sale today!

Here's another advance review you can check out over at Fanboy comics

"UXB summed up in just a few words: weird, violent, horrific, bizarre, immature, funny, and strange. Reading UXB is like reading a mix of Lord of the Flies, The Walking Dead, and a rated R version of Alvin and the Chipmunks. Das, Muc, and Rif are royally messed up in the head even before being permanently bonded to the suits, and the way they abuse others (and each other) and force them to provide entertainment seems exactly what a group of children granted superpowers would do with them. They recognize no boundaries and have no understanding of the fragility of life, because these concerns are beneath them, thanks to the suits."

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

 Great review of UXB over at Big Shiny Robot

"Being surprised by a story is one of the true joys in life. I’m not talking about having seen parts of a trailer spoil some of a movie, or an accidental comment on a social media thread spoiling a television show you’ve yet to watch off of the DVR. No, I’m talking about enjoying a story totally new to you in every way. That’s the thrill I had during my read of the new graphic novel, UXB, from Dark Horse."

Friday, August 23, 2013


Set up a UXB FB page. This is where I'll be popping up various doodles, layouts, comic pages and other related material over the next little while leading up to its release on Oct 2nd.  Feel free to stop by.



Monday, July 15, 2013

Had a great chat with the guys over at TFAW about everything UXB. You can check it out here

Thursday, July 11, 2013


One of the pages of UXB that was redrawn for the GN. If you happen to have the older self-published version...please burn.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

UXB Teaser.

My son Olin just for fun, worked up a little teaser trailer for UXB. It's his first attempt at something like this and I think he did a great job! He's completely self-taught and had no help from me whatsoever....

Check it out:

Friday, June 28, 2013

Monday, June 24, 2013


Long time between posts.

I have finally wrapped up work on my book UXB. 144 pages, HC with a lot of extras thrown in for good measure! I can't even begin to tell you how much time and effort went into this one...

The book does include some of the original UXB website content, however most of those pages were completely redrawn and recoloured. The three shorts from Dark Horse Presents were also reworked slightly and, as I had originally planned, fit quite seamlessly within and are very much part of the overall story arc.

So bar the's all new content!

I'll start popping up some pages soon.

It will be available to buy October 2nd in your local comic/book store. You can pre-order here:

That's also a temp cover they have featured...not final.