November 25, 2014
NEW IN STORE at MILK THE CAT!
CINDY & BISCUIT vol 1: WE LOVE TROUBLE
Collects CINDY & BISCUIT issues 1-4, and features 2 new stories ‘Long Hot Summer’ and ‘Dinner For Three’, plus the never re-printed full colour strip ‘What We Did At The Weekend’.
184 pages, 16 full colour. Full colour cover, squarebound. First printing limited to 100 copies.
“Heartwarming. Like a flamethrower” according to Kieron Gillen
“I think I may be slightly in love with Cindy & Biscuit” said Si Spurrier
“Cindy & Biscuit is great stuff” is the opinion of Brandon Graham
So what are you waiting for? Get buying!
Click HERE to buy a copy.
February 29, 2012
Okay, it’s finally done – 44 pages of comics goodness, featuring everyone’s favourite angry little girl and her dog!
£3.50 (+p&P) – head over to the Shop to purchase:
Features the stories Cindy & Biscuit and the Secrets of Summer, Biscuit Beyond (as seen right here), the epic 18 page Cindy vs The Sea, Cindy & Biscuit and the Snowman and Excerpts from Cindy’s Diary.
I really am super-pleased with this. It’s the best comics work I’ve ever done and ,after the great reception the first issue got, I’m hoping you’re going to love it too.
Click below for some teaser images…
April 18, 2011
NEW IN STORE!!
CINDY & BISCUIT no.1
Cindy & Biscuit: A violence-prone, fearless little girl and her loyal best friend, who regularly save the world from disgusting aliens, tussle with giant werewolves and have adventures in outer-space.
Or do they?
(B+W, 24 pages)
£2.50 (+£1.50 p&p)
While you’re there, check out the SALE on Terminus!
Click below for sample pages…
May 27, 2010
March 27, 2010
So my friend Lee worked on the set design for the new KICK ASS! movie, adapting Mark Millar and John Romita’s hugely successful comic. He very kindly used one of my images as a poster on young Dave’s (the hapless protagonist) bedroom wall. I donated the following delightful image:
I call it ‘rotten cheesecake’ artwork. Lovely.
Keep an eye for it in the film. I know I’ll be scouring the movie with eagle eyes for a fleeting glimpse of it.
Apparently it’s in the background here – you can make it out just in the far left corner I think. My friend Lee reckons it gets a nice shot in the film itself. Can’t wait to find out for myself…
So I can say that I worked on the design for KICK ASS! can’t I…?
Maybe not. But it’s still pretty cool huh?