Friday, 12 May 2017

'Volunteers - Issue One' Now on Sale

My new comic 'Volunteers - Issue One' is just back from the printers and is now on sale at my website and at my Comicsy site. It is 36 pages, black and white, sized halfway between A4 and A5. It is priced at £4.70 with free postage in the UK.

For overseas sales please visit my website shop and click the add postage button at the top of the page, it is £4 postage for how ever many comics you buy so why not buy a few to make it worth while.

This is the first part of my new comics series set amongst the volunteers on a preserved steam railway. I think it will have three volumes in total. Here's the first three pages so you can have a look. Thanks!




Sunday, 7 May 2017

Comic Pop Up Shop in Brighton - Saturday 13th May


Simon Russell is running a pop up comic shop in Brighton this Saturday. Here's the website. It's a great idea and he is kindly selling some of my comics along with work from loads of other creators. He will have some copies of 'Corporation Pop', 'Ragnar the Cheesemonger' and 'Flying Sausage Academy 1'. Why not go along if you live anywhere near Brighton, there are lots of things happening on the day too.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Covers for 'Volunteers - issue One'


Here's the front and back covers for my latest comic, 'Volunteers - issue one'. I'm sending it off to the printers today. This is the first thirty six pages of my new story. I think it will have three parts.

Monday, 24 April 2017

'Casino'



More panels from 'Volunteers - Volume 2' (that's what I'm calling these trains comics). Volume 1 is going to the printers this week, after I finish the covers. It will be 36 pages long.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Richard Swan - 'Parallel Lines'


 This is a cool wordless book by Richard Swan. It describes a little world of odd creatures. A group of sort of robots are mining coal. They have shovels for hands and their bodies hold the coal. They are overseen by another strange creature. A few of them wander off from work while on a break and find a doorway in a tall brick wall. Sometimes it leads to a beach but huge machinery like a train comes out of the ground, and can move the doorway so it leads to other places. The overseer becomes worried about all the missing robots and not hitting his targets with the mining and rings an alarm in his hut. This brings his overseer along to see what the trouble is. Lots more strange things happen.

I liked it a lot, the drawing is really cool with a lot of detail, and with very interesting and unique creatures. I didn't work out why it was called Parallel Lines though.

Monday, 10 April 2017

'Happy Xmas'


More Christmassy scenes from my comic in progress.