Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Gin Palace 2

I have a strip appearing in the second issue of Rob Jackson's excellent booze influenced anthology, Gin Palace. The short is called Wednesdays and is about feuds between middle-aged dads who should be old enough to know better. Wednesdays appears alongside other great shorts by some of the best UK based comic creators today including Francesca Cassavetti, Andrew Cheverton, Dave Hughes and, of course, Rob Jackson. Copies cost £3 including P&P from Rob's website.


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Thursday, 18 November 2010

Thought Bubble

I will be exhibiting on Saturday at this years Thought Bubble, the Leeds Sequential Art Festival. I will be sharing table space with Spandex superstar Martin Eden and selling copies of There's No Time Like The Present, Book of Lists and BASTARDS 2. If you're in the area, please pop by and say hello.


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Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Speech Writing The Expert Guide


Two weeks ago I attended the launch of Speechwriting (Hale Expert Guides) by Simon Lancaster. It was a star-studded event held at The Groucho Club. The reason I was there is because I provided nearly thirty illustrations for the book. Many of the drawings I did can now viewed by going to this new section of my website I've set up. And if you're interested in owning a copy of Simon's excellent book then you can buy it from Amazon .

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Comica Comiket

As part of this years Comica Festival, as well as taking part in the That’s Novel comic art exhibition, I will be exhibiting at the Comiket Independent Comics Fair taking place on Sunday. I will be sharing my table space with Spandex's Martin Eden. Comiket will be taking place at The Royal National Hotel between midday and 5 PM, so if you're in the area please pop by and say hello.

Comica is run by highly respected comics authority Paul Gravett who recently included There's No Time Like The Present in his seven entry long Great Comics Now List. Paul wrote, "There's No Time Like The Present stands quietly, unassumingly, as one of the most intriguing and affecting long-form British graphic novels in recent years." Read the full review here.

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