As part of their end-of-year funtimes, Indiecomix's Scott Mack has been writing a retrospective of the various stories featured in the Comichaus anthology over the last year or so, including a quite lovely review of Chalk by Catia Fantini and I - "...the script is intelligent, witty, and for anyone of the religious inclination, I can’t... Continue Reading →
Fred McNamara over at A Place To Hang Your Cape has written an awfully nice review of Comichaus #4. Contains Chalk. As in the strip Chalk by Catia Fantini and I, not actual physical chalk. You can't do that on a website. Read it here.
"I'm not going to read the reviews" I told myself before we started sending this out to people. I lied. I like this one though, as the reviewer TOTALLY gets half the stuff I've been banging on about. Thanks Popbollocks! Read it here.
So last week was AMAZING. The Lizard Men issue 1 Kickstarter launched and hit target within a couple of hours, which was far beyond my expectation and a HUGE relief! So now we’re on to stretch goals, which are… STRETCH GOAL 1: If we hit £800 (which at time of writing we’re only £70... Continue Reading →
Oh sweet relief! The first reviews of Lizard Men issue 1 are in and they're great! Read all about it at Big Comic Page and Comic Crusaders, then - should you wish - you can read an interview I did with Pipedream Comics where I talk all things Lizard Men. Hurrah!
In advance of the Lizard Men Kickstarter launching tomorrow (EEK EEK EEK), here's a small preview, capturing the earnest, serious moment our new PM settles into his office. Words by moi, line art by Catia Fantini, colours by Chiara Bonacini, lettering by Ken Reynolds, edited by Mira Manga and published by Comichaus.
HELLO! It’s been a while. I’ll be refreshing this site over the coming weeks as and when time allows, but today I am announcing a shiny new project which you can BUY from next week. Want to know more? Riding a tidal wave of optimism, your new favourite singer is Prime Minister of Great Britain.... Continue Reading →