I've written a review of Jonathan Bree's recent show at NTs in Hackney for long-running music site Joyzine, which you can read here. Spoiler alert: I thought it was ACE. Proper ace.
The Lizard Men #3 Kickstarter is GO! The campaign ends on Tuesday 7th August - click here to pre-order your copy. Following the - quite literally - explosive conclusion to issue 2, the story resumes! We're super-proud of this one. By the end of the issue we've hit the halfway point with what I... Continue Reading →
Lizard Men #1 made the list of 15 Things To Pick Up At The MCM London Comic Con Today over at Bleeding Cool, which was basically AMAZING! Read the full article via the link. Alas, MCM is now over, but hey! You can pick it up via Comichaus if you haven't already. The con itself... Continue Reading →
"Chalk‘s ambition is worthy of the tip of a thousand hats. Fusing mystery, horror, romance and an added dash of time travel..." A Place To Hang Your Cape's Fred McNamara has reviewed issue 5 of the Comichaus anthology, featuring the third instalment of Chalk by Catia Fantini and I. Hurrah! Read the full review over... Continue Reading →
"Overall this is a British masterpiece of comic book literature and the series would definitely be a worthy read." is, well, WOW. That's a bit nice of them to say! Read the full review via Cult Faction's website and see if you can spot the bits (other than the quote above) that made the whole team squee.... Continue Reading →
"The art, lettering and colouring continue to be excellent, with some really well laid out scenes, and some brilliant reaction shots. " First review of Lizard Men #2 is IN! And sweet relief, it's a good one. Read the full thing by clicking over here.
I'm packed, I'm ready. Tomorrow and Sunday, I'll be tabling at Margate ICE comic con, which looks like it's going to be FAB. I'll be selling copies of most of my back catalogue as well as every issue of Comichaus to date. Which, of course, I also contribute to. Come say hello! It's my first con... Continue Reading →
The Lizard Men issue 2 Kickstarter is now live! Which is quite exciting. Riding a tidal wave of optimism, your new favourite singer is Prime Minister of Great Britain. Events turn even more unlikely when he and his plans for change meet the shapeshifting lizard people that really *are* in charge of the world. Following... Continue Reading →
I recently joined Paul Maps on the Joyzine Radio show to talk about my recent single with Mark Fernyhough, the forthcoming album from The 18 Carat Love Affair and the next issue of Lizard Men. It was All of which are quite exciting. I also got to pick my favourite Art Brut song and... Continue Reading →