Well, 21st Century Tank Girl beat it's target in 48hrs, currently running at nearly 85 flippin thousand quid.

Thought i'd get some practise in. New Stretch Goals Announced HERE


21ST CENTURY TANK GIRL- Hewlett/ Martin/ Bond are back*

*subject to funding

Alan Martin has got the band back together and has begun a KICKSTARTER to fund the next Tank Girl project, 21st Century Tank Girl kicked off yesterday and is half funded already, GET TO IT!

New work from Jamie Hewlett
As well as the Tank Girl heroes, Jim Mahfood and myself are back on the job and joined by TG newcomers Brett 'Blitzcadet' Parson, Craig Knowles and Jonathan Edwards (originally slated for TG art nearly 20 years earlier)

Grand CBR Interview by Mark Cardwell with Alan Martin about it all here.

20 Years of Hellboy

Multiversity Comics blog have been running '31 Days of Hellboy' in celebration of the big red bruiser's 20th anniversary. A competition open for fans, artists or not, to submit their version of Mike Mignola's brilliant character. All the entries that made it onto the site last month are here

I've had a go at Hellboy many times over the years, he's one of a world of superb character's in Mignola's universe and of course Mike Mignola himself is a great hero of mine. So here's my interpretation, which didn't make the cut but as always was more than fun to do.

*UPDATE* This one is in the list now, Thanks Multiversity Comics!


Over the horizon

In the distance, far away but it's coming. Back on the trail of Gungle again. (and posting on this blog too)

Comics and Cola

Zainab Akhtar has posted the commission I did for her (and the parcel of bits) on her wonderful Comics and Cola blog. Which is a brilliant place to be.  Glad she liked it.


Solid State Tank Girl Out in Trade

I have not gone on about this as much as I should have, sometime soon I'll do a big old post about my big event of the year but for now, just so's you know Alan Martin's Solid State Tank Girl is out as a hardcover collection from Titan Comics. With me drawing.



I was asked to Participate in The Monster Club show in Bristol last month. A grand show full of great stuff. My piece was an A1 (33.1x 23.4") monochrome print (some still available at full size) was a view of a rowdy night when a monster hits the shore. Specifically the shore of the sea town I'd had drawn for Shore Leave. Now named, Quinthaven.

I also had two other images prepared of the night, the originals where at the show but I had planned a 'posterbook' also to be available there, unfortunately it did not make it. It is now available at my shop, should anyone fancy one.


Jonathan Edwards handsom cover.
I was very VERY happy to have been asked to contribute to this children's comic anthology earlier this year. BOO! debuted at Thought Bubble last week and has sold most of it's copies already, my last 3 could appear in my shop this week. Featuring 4 page strips by me, Andrew Waugh, Jamie Smart, Jonathan Edwards, Gary Northfield, Paul Harrison-Davies and James Howard.

Previewed at the Forbidden Planet blog here Follow any further BOO! news, particularly looking out for a 2nd print and hopefully continuing issues on twitter @BOOcomic

Thanks to Andy and Paul for asking me along, I love the book and am privileged to be in there with that host of talent.

Brown Outfit Wolverine


Dangeritis in print (and digital download)

My compadre Robert Ball and I are proud to announce DANGERITIS is now in print (and digital download) Available at The Great Beast Store NOW!

The story so far. Printed in epic, glossy and tarty technicolor. 44 8.3x11.7” pages of action

Battle Elephant

Been a while.


Commission Update

Still wrestling with the last outstanding commissions, they're getting finished and sent out soon. As are a few shop bits that have been waiting to go. Then, when all is cleared, i'll start the commissions up all over again. Though, if you are going to be at Demoncon this sunday, then i'm doing some A5 b/w ink art to be collected there at £15 a pop. Hopefully paying for petrol, coffee and motorway pasties.


Make It Then Tell Everybody

Dan Berry is a Champion. If the U.K comic community were put altogether on an island, he would be made Prime Minister, no doubt. PLEASE check out all his work here.

Since last October he has been making hosting the 'Make It And Tell Everybody' (almost entirely) comic podcast. I have enjoyed each episode greatly and learned a lot listening in to the chat and creaming off all the best secrets of how these things are made.

At the 2D Comic Festival in Derry a couple of weeks ago (something I MUST post about) Dan recorded a conversation with me and it got posted today. I do a lot of 'Um'ming and 'Yeah'ing but it was good fun.

To be fair, the whole weekend was excellent and a lot of excellent comic chat was chatted, mainly loudly on a street corner, sloshing pints and swaying in the chilly evening air.

Have a listen to the Pod, lots to be learned. And if you do, please donate a bit too.


Andrew MacLean's HEADLOPPER

It's out TODAY and available from Mr MacLean himself here
I was very pleased to do a pin-up for the issue (amongst some righteous company) This is it.