Archive for the ‘Comics downloads’ Category

Drake and The Red Detective

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

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Added today, a six-pager from late 1985-early 1986 featuring Drake Ullingsworth and His Dog in a surreal drama. Scanned direct from the original artwork, which was drawn in full colour using various permanent markers, crayons, and black ink. The story has been unpublished until now.

MagoMago Society by Eze Chimalio

Sunday, July 1st, 2012

MagoMago Society

Published today on Scribd.

“MAGOMAGO SOCIETY is about people in transit. It deals with the conflicts and contrasts that constitute life in itself. Here, the African in man pulls at the drawbridge of common desires, of food, shelter, love, peace and harmony only to be met with pain, frustrations, rebuttals, danger and death. The society is only saved by that spirit that is intrinsically human. The phantom of hope and survival.”

Eze Chimalio is A Nigerian artist, filmmaker and avant-garde jazz trumpet player.

I’m A Gardener

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

The World Looks Red

Friday, April 13th, 2012

He’s happier as a dog

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

The red meteor arrives

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

You’re my last case tonight

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Never-seen Henrietta story

Saturday, March 10th, 2012


I’m going to try and scan all of Henrietta, The Pirate of Love – this is a 36-page story in full colour from the 1990s. It has never been published, or for that matter seen by anyone except me, with the exception of Mark Robinson, who saw some of the early pages. It’s going up on the site in stages, so it’s just the cover and four pages so far. Keep checking back. It’s a highly erotic story and I can guarantee you will see Henrietta as you’ve never seen her before!

29/03/2012 update – the whole story is now uploaded.

Illegal Batman (1989)

Monday, November 28th, 2011


Here’s a digital version of Illegal Batman, written and drawn in the closing months of 1989, and published as a small press comic in early 1990. For this digital version I made new scans directly from the original artwork, and I have added new colours to the front and back covers. Batman copyright and trademarks are owned by Warner Brothers and DC Comics. Illegal Batman was written and drawn by Ed Pinsent in 1989-1990 and this 2011 digital edition is a work of fan art offered free of charge to my readers. Please direct any questions to the artist.

Illegal Batman PDF (10.2MB)

Update 17 February 2012: This link may work better for Mac users who have trouble with the above PDF: Ilegal Batman PDF (40MB)

Illegal Batman In The Moon

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011


Here’s a PDF of a new Illegal Batman story which I wrote and drew this summer. Batman copyright and trademarks are owned by Warner Brothers and DC Comics. Illegal Batman in the Moon was written and drawn by Ed Pinsent in August 2011 and is a work of fan art offered free of charge to my readers. Please direct any questions to the artist.

Some feedback received so far:

“Brilliant! Thanks Ed, not only did I enjoy that immensely but feel very privileged to be sent it before it’s posted publicly. Also, I don’t think I ever wrote to you to thank you for giving me a copy of Primitif at the Comiket last November. If I did, forgive me for repeating myself, but that really “clicked” with me, I guess that’s not surprising as I’ve done stuff with a similar prehistoric/primordial content. Great art style, with a real sense of that sort of permanence and barbaric power that very early examples of art and writing seem to exude. Sort of like Beanworld without the tweeness? Apologies if that’s an annoying comparison.” (John Miers)

“I’ve got it. This is really good. Pleased Illegal Batman got his inhabited moon in the end! And the use of Bat-stuff is fantastic. The pointers showing the gantry etc. and “I’ll land in a certain zone”. As I’ve probably said before Batman kind of dropped away for me after the Year One stuff because then they took that as the new template and now unfortunately I haven’t read a current Batman for many years. I did re-read the Steve Engelhart and Marshall Rogers run with Hugo Strange from the late 70’s the other day. Have you been watching the Adam West re-runs on ITV4? I wondered, ‘Is it retarded to like the same programme I did when I was six?’ – but it is great and you’d never guess it was nearly 50 years old. I think there’s a case for the US government to step in and say to DC comics, ‘Batman’s far too important to have mere publishers in control. We’re nationalising it and putting Ed Pinsent in charge.'” (Chris Reynolds)

“Hi Ed – this is beautiful! Another masterpiece. Let me know when it’s available in some public form, and I’ll spread the word.” (Dylan Horrocks)

“I read it. I really enjoyed it, it did weird things to my brain, and it has a lot of humour. A pleasure to read. Thanks.” (Luke Walsh)

“Wonderful comic!” (John Bagnall)