Greener Pastures is an Australian comic series. Set in Australia (it opens in Cucumgilliga, New South Wales), it tells the story of "naive, loveable stud bull" Trevor Bovis, who "gets sick of being on the land, stands up on his hind legs, and goes to university".
The comic, whilst humourous, also explores issues about the plight of farmers, the environment, and animal liberation.
Greener Pastures was co-created by Tim McEwan and Michael Michalandos in 1990. It was first printed in Tharunka, the student newspaper of the University of New South Wales, and published by Kronos Komics from February, 1994.
The comic has twice featured on the television program Good Morning Australia. The first time was in July, 1993, when pages were briefly flashed up on screen during a story on the Unrealism exhibition of Australian comic art. The second time was in February, 1995, when host Bert Newton talked about Australian comics with Australian Comicbook Exhibition curator Annette Shiel.
- "ACE and Greener Pastures on GMA" - video on GreenPasturesComic's channel on YouTube. Retrieved November 2, 2012
- Tim McEwan bio on the website of the Aurealis Awards. Retrieved November 3, 2012
- Profile of Greener Pastures blog on blogger.com. Retrieved November 2, 2012
- Greener Pastures on tabula-rasa.info. Retrieved November 2, 2012
- Green Pastures #1 on the Comic Book Database. Retrieved November 2, 2012
- "Unrealism and Greener Pastures on GMA" - video on GreenPasturesComic's channel on YouTube. Retrieved November 2, 2012
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