Friday 5 April 2013


March has buggered off and the last fortnight has been rather quiet. Well, extremely hectic, but quiet in it's own sort of way.

FIRST OFF, I'm going to do a bit of Pimpage to three things I think people should be looking at.

1: Sentient Zombie Space Pigs

One of the rarest of things: a tolerable Kickstarter. With a modest goal and unpretentious rewards - SZSP (as it isn't known) is a truly refreshing thing. I support it whole-heartedly. From those lovely folk behind Disconnected Press - Liz and Conor Boyle. 

2: Flotsam

A new webcomic on Facebook by the brilliant Jonathan Taylor who is brilliant. Atmospheric and beautiful, go and like it, watch as the story grows!
3. Space-Mullet

I literally don't remember where I bumped into Daniel Warren Johnson's Space-Mullet but it's swiftly become one of my favourite things in the universe. It's a damned good story told with the kind of absurdly edible art that wouldn't look out of place in a mainstream book. Can't recommend it higher.

This is the winning entry for March's 2000ad art comp. Despite Bob Molesworth's Mongrol winning by a landslide, it had absurdly tough competition and the runners up were absurdly close. This month I also set up a home for the art comp on Facebook so you can see the folk behind the amazing entries and have them all in one easily-browsable location: check it oot. Keep your eye on the page for something new as well in the next few weeks ;) 
Here's Jack Harkness as a Judge for a Torchwood Megafan. I'm still doing these! Day by day by day.

Here are some bears. I doodled them in Bristol one cidery evening with Drinking Creative a group that combines two of the loveliest things in life that aren't Jazz (the human), riffs or cheesy garlic bread. All five things together equals the most profoundly good evening. Ahem. Here's another bear:

and finally the 22nd page of Flaubert written by Geoffery Crescent. If you want to see all Flaubert then ye can on my Facebook webcomics pppaaaage 

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