Here's a nice mini-review written by Robert Jackson of the latest issue of Thunder Brother: Soap Division. "This is the start of one of my favourite storylines so far". You can order the latest issue from my shop or by selecting the Paypal button below.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Monday, 20 May 2013
Rich Johnston has written a review of issues one to four of Thunder Brother: Soap Division for the hugely popular website, Bleeding Cool. "...Thunder Brother: Soap Division, a comic that sits somewhere between Anna Mercury and The Invisibles, if it were directed by Mike Leigh. This very mundane look at the incredible may remind you of Paul Grist’s Mud Man, but this is both satirical and cosmic in its scale."
You can order the first four issues from my shop. Also, between Rich reading the comics and posting his thoughts, I have released a fifth issue which you can also order from the shop or by clicking the Paypal button below. (Please visit my shop if you're not based in the UK or contact me for alternative methods of payment).
Sunday, 19 May 2013
Saturday, 18 May 2013
You wait ages for a new comic written by Andrew Cheverton and then two come along at once. Sometimes, when I write these You Like Good Things, Right? bits, I wonder if you think that I'm being deliberately obscure by talking about comics you are usually unable to buy from a comics shop but I sincerely believe that self-published comics is where it's at these days. Cheverton is, I think, one of the best comic writers around at the moment and it's probably this ability that attracts such strong artists to work with him. In West: Autumn Dusk it's the always excellent Tim Keable and in The Whale House it's the accomplished Chris Doherty. If you're looking for a hint of how good he can be, then check out the West backup I drew that appeared in issue three of Thunder Brother: Soap Division. Anyway, copies of West: Autumn Dusk and The Whale House 2 can be bought from the Angry Candy website.
Friday, 17 May 2013
John Maybury's erotic sci-fi comic, Space Babe 113, has always been good looking but this new issue, titled The Knights of Mars Episode One: Tan, looks the best it's ever been. The full-colour reproduction really suits John's deceptively simple art style. The new issue is a really nice product to read, look at, handle and just, you know, hang out with.
Monday, 13 May 2013
The fifth issue of Thunder Brother: Soap Division is available to order from my shop now. Just like the previous four issues, copies of which are still available to buy, it features a complete Thunder Brother: Soap Division episode, Mind Your Language, plus rare and previously unseen comics...
- Too hot for Shakespeare! XXIII, my comic strip interpretation of William Shakespeare's Sonnet 23.
Each issue of Thunder Brother: Soap Division is 24 pages long, is full colour throughout and costs only £3! (Price includes free P&P to the UK.) Please click the Paypal button below or contact me for alternative methods of payment. International customers, please visit my online shop.