Starting tomorrow and running until April 21st, I've got a piece of work in this free exhibition from The Museum of Soho in collaboration with The
British Record Shop Archive, highlighting "Bowie's Soho" as part of
Record Store Day 2016. Go along if you get a chance as there will be a lot of excellent art on show.
episode of the Treehouse Comics Podcast is now available to listen to
The show features
Jon Adam, Stuart McAdam, Neil Scott and me.
We talked about
Trashed by Derf; The Fiction by Curt Pires and David Rubin; Image
Comics including Nowhere Men by Eric Stephenson and Dave Taylor; Zap
Comix #16; Slow Comics including Hubert by Ben Gijsemans; Richard
McGuire's Here; Island Comics; and Brian Chippendale's Puke Force.
Other topics include
bands with more than one drummer!
It was great fun to
take part in and I hope you enjoy listening to it.
I've started a fun new project. I've always been interested in finding single panels that are effective when isolated from the complete narrative. Maybe they convey a story on their own, make you intrigued about the bigger story, have great composition, or are funny. Maybe all of those, maybe none. Whatever it may be, I look for something that makes them worth considering alone. I'm going to choose and scan a selection of these and thought I'd start with Star Wars comics.
I make comics. I read comics. I write about comics.
My comics have appeared in Adventures in Comics, Artificial Womb, BAM!, Belt Sander, A Bit of Undigested Potato, Copy This!, Crap Your Pants, Dirty Rotten Comics, Eric, Funtime, Guardian #opencomics, Jack Sprat, Shiot Crock, Small Pets, Treehouse, The UK Web and Mini Comix Anthology and at the 40075km and Redbird Review websites.
I’ve written for The Comics Grid, The Comics Journal, Down the Tubes, Graphixia, The International Journal of Comic Art, Nude, Reference Reviews, Spaceship Away, Starscape and Stripped.
Through Fred Egg Comics, I self-publish my small press mini-comics Berserkotron and Dump.