Wednesday, 29 December 2010


My online comic has RSS!

If you want to grab the feed directly, the URL for the Comic is:

As before the Blog is:

And here is another present while I'm here-

Friday, 24 December 2010

Merry Christmas!

Take a look at Depressed Cat in his lovely Christmas jumper! Click to see full size.

And as a present here are four pages from the sold out comic "A Unicorn Trapped Under a Rainbow (crying)" and one about bears at Yuletide.

Wednesday, 22 December 2010


What's that? Sick of reading comics online? Fed up of boring old print versions? Want to read comics in a new and exciting way? WELL NOW YOU CAN!

I'm very excited to announce that Thinktank Planetarium have asked me to create the first Fulldome (360-degree) Comic! At the moment we are trialling this strip from my new comic "At The Planetarium" which will be at the Planetarium with every pre-show at Thinktank right now!

The video below shows the way the comic will be shown with the panels orbiting the dome. I plan some full image comics for the dome next and some other space themed comic strips for people to enjoy before the show starts.

Traditional planetariums have a single star projector, but with a digital system the dome can be completely filled with colour and light (as shown in the image above!) This makes a perfect platform for a variety of film, animation, theatre and art shows....and now COMICS!

I've always been a big fan of Planetariums ever since my Mom took me to Liverpool Planetarium when I was little. The cover of my comic is actually based on Montreal Planetarium when I visited earlier this year. If you have never been to one before plan a visit for 2011! Thinktank Planetarium in Birmingham is the UK's most progressive digital planetarium and immersive theatre. Go join their Facebook group here or follow their twitter here for news of their upcoming shows.

Friday, 17 December 2010

Dream Santa

Some Interviews and Reviews.

Last week I had a couple of interviews online-

Dan Berry has been interviewing a whole big bunch of people over at The Comics Bureau- read mine here.

And Avoid the Future have been doing a One Question Interview with people, my question:

From a cartoonist's perspective, what do you consider the building blocks of successful comedy to be?

Read my answer here!

At The Planetarium was also reviewed on the Forbidden Planet International blog here.

And if you read through all of those links here is your reward-

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Christmas time FREEBIES!!!

Spend over £5 in my shop in the next week and get a FREE signed print of your choice! (note-this doesn't include A3 Prints- but any of the A4 or Square ones!)

Tell your friends! Time is running out for Christmas present orders! If you are buying comics for a friend I can write a message inside them and draw a picture too.

Just let me know which print you want free (no need to add it to your cart) or any special instructions for drawings in the comics!

FREEEEEEE! And check back tomorrow for a Christmas competition.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Comical Animal Issue One!

It's finally here! Comical Animal Issue One!

Featuring a host of excellent artists including Gary Northfield, Rob Jackson, Dan Berry and Simone Lia to name a few! All put together by the fantastic Jim Medway. Go and subscribe and why not adopt an animal while you are there.

My story for the issue is about pandas- real ones and toy ones. Pandas are pretty grumpy in real life and also lazy. Go read the full story in issue one now!

Jessica Fletcher Week!

I'm behind on blog posts so imagine it is still last week and WOO IT'S JESSICA FLETCHER WEEK on People I Know! Go check out some excellent comics featuring your favourite mystery solver! Here is my entry (above)

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Online Comic! Your Opinions!

I plan to update the comic much more frequently from today. Look a new comic has appeared already! oh boy! ...and another one! Where are they all coming from? My brain.

I also plan to sprinkle in a few strips from my sold out comics "Waiting For Sushi", "I Love Dinosaurs", "Party Animals" and the zines "A Unicorn Trapped Under a Rainbow, Crying", "Beautiful Candle Boy" and "Yum". This is just because I don't intend to ever get these reprinted and a lot of the content really sets up the characters so I'd like people to read them who missed out. I won't be putting all the content online because I don't want to offend anyone who has spent money on the comics- they will still be special because there are no more copies and some of the stories will be exclusive to the print copies and not appear on the internet. YUP. If anyone has any thoughts on this I'm interested. Or indeed any thoughts at all, do comment. Take a look at this guy- He's worth a comment surely!

Also, I discovered today that my new comic At The Planetarium isn't working in the online shop! This will be fixed by the end of the week so if you have tried to buy one please get in touch or try again on Friday.

I also realise that I still need RSS feed for the online comic- this will happen soon (think of it as your Christmas present- other than that I only bought you coal)

And I plan to do a competition soon too. Maybe.