We make every issue of our print magazine available to read digitally (via our free-to-download app), splitting each issue into three instalments. We do this because the work we publish is first and foremost intended for the printed page, and to shovel it all into one single digital issue would be silly.
We know that some folks can’t get their hands on a print copy easily, or simply just prefer to read on their handheld device, and so we work to ensure the digital reading experience is also a special one.
The third—and final!—TLB28 digital instalments is now available. What’s in it? Just a whole bunch of rad stuff. Viz.: Toby Fehily waxes lyrical about Bob Ross and The Joy of Painting; Safdar Ahmed takes on halalophobia; James Brown remembers art school; Jane Howard applies her critical eye to Robert Icke’s new adaptation of Oresteia and much else besides; artwork from Holly Childs, Prue Stent, Merv Heers, Michael Hawkins, Ben Juers, and Freda Chiu; and a special edition of Law School where Ben and Jenny finally get their own burning questions about sex and relationships answered by the romantic geniuses from Advicecomics.
What are you waiting for? Get this hot ~content~ into your starving eyeballs! Click here.
(P.S. If you’re an old friend of the Brow you’ll know what the final digital instalment of any given edition means—a brand new issue of the Brow, reeeeeeeeeeeeal soooooooon!)