My complimentary contributor's copy of Strip Magazine 5/6 arrived over the weekend, a month after I first saw it for sale on a stand at the NICE Comic Expo. I think this might mean that it is now on sale in comic shops that sell it but, as the new editor has not been responding to my correspondences, I can't say this for certain. Regardless, Body Pop, the strip written by myself and drawn by Robert Wells, appears inside and looks great. If you're a reader of Strip Magazine, please ensure that you make the editor aware that you think that Body Pop is the best thing to appear in it so far and how much you would love to see more work from Rob and me, together or independently. I can only see this as something everyone involved would benefit from.
Tuesday, 30 October 2012
Tuesday, 23 October 2012
Here's a scan of a review of issue two of Thunder Brother: Soap Division that appears in the latest issue of Comics Heroes magazine. Matt Bielby describes it as"a complex kitchen sink take on The Truman Show" and me as "as a talent to watch." If you're visiting my website as a result of reading this review then you might like to know that you can order copies of Thunder Brother: Soap Division from my online shop.
Tuesday, 9 October 2012
The upcoming collection of my graphic novel, or long comic, There’s No Time Like The Present, is great news, obviously, but there may be people reading this who have been buying the individual issues that would prefer to plug the gaps in their collection of the original format. If you’re one of these, then the good news for you is that I have updated my shop so that all available issues are listed to buy. Basically, these are the last single issues of TNTLTP that are available. Once they’re gone, they’re gone. Or, once the date is announced for the collection from Escape Books, they will be withdrawn from sale and dropped into an active volcano. Whichever comes first.
Also, I am very low on copies of Book of Lists, the full colour 112 paged collection of my diary strip, and BASTARDS 2, the 208 paged, perfect bound anthology of the current best of British cartoonists featuring me. I have less than a handful of each and find it hard to imagine them coming back into print in the near future, if ever, once they are sold.
All of these comics, along with the first two issues of Thunder Brother: Soap Division, are available to buy using Paypal from my online shop. For other methods of payment, please contact me here.
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
Issue two of my new comic, Thunder Brother: Soap Division, is now available to buy from the following shops.
GOSH in Central London
Orbital in Central London
Selected indy freindly Forbidden Planet International stores
OK Comics in Leeds
Dave's Comics in Brighton
Niche Comics in Huntingdon
and Travelling Man in Leeds and Newcastle.
If you can't make it to any of these stores then you can order copies from me by visiting my shop or using the Paypal button below. Please contact me for alternative methods of payment. The cost if £3 including P&P to the UK.