Hello!

Cartoonist, comic stripper, and book illustrator. Appears every fortnight in Private Eye (Forgotten Moments in Music History), has also worked for Penguin, Random House, The Times, Spectator, Reader's Digest, The Beano (Billy Whizz) and The Dandy, to name but a few.
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Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Annuals plug!

Don't forget your annuals this Christmas folks! I drew (but not wrote) some Billy Whizz in the Beano book, but the stuff I'm proudest of is in the Dandy book, six pages of Winker Watson and a 10-page Jack Silver extravaganza wot I wrote and drew. 
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Sunday, 28 April 2013

Useleus on cover of this week's Phoenix

Our ancient Greek idiot makes the cover of the Phoenix this week. There's a 4-page story inside, plus loads more great comics by, y'know, other people. 

Friday, 5 April 2013

New Useleus in The Phoenix

Yup, it's Useleus time again in the super-smashing story comic The Phoenix.
In this one, the Argonauts come to the island, and our um, hero meets that well-known bebop combo The Sirens.
Penned, as usual, by the mighty Alexander Matthews. Find a copy in Waitrose, comics shops, or get the app.

Friday, 8 March 2013

More Jack Silver

It's been a crazily hectic start to the year for me, I've been too busy to blog, but things are calming down a bit, so it's time to tell you a bit about what I've been up to.

For starters, remember I did a one-page Jack Silver strip for the final print issue of the Dandy?
Well, following on from that I was asked to do an 8 page Jack Silver story for the Dandy annual 2014 to go with the three Winker Watson two-pagers I've already done for it.

It's a bit of a mad story, full of wacky Marsuvian gizmos, high drama, and Lesser-Spotted Floogly Flaaatstipplers. I had a ball.

Oh, there's also a related extra double-page spread.

Here's a pic. The book should be out in August. It'll fly by.

Sunday, 20 January 2013