Drake 2019 – work in progress

Here are two scans from a new Drake Ullingsworth story which is underway. I’m trying out this blue non-photo pencil which is new to me. It’s supposed not to show up in the scanner / photocopier. Not completely perfect I’m finding, but a little bit of tweaking in the GIMP seems to help.  

New comic: Ramollo vs Illegal Batman

New for May 2019. This collection reprints all five Ramollo stories to date, showing in painful detail the decline and misfortunes of this luckless fellow. Starting out in life as a lowly bank clerk, Ramollo starts off embezzling funds via his computer. This first act of crime is enough to put him on Illegal Batman’s…

Illegal Batman Reprint!

NOW SOLD OUT Here’s a limited edition reprint of my “greatest hit”, Illegal Batman, originally published in 1990. Only 50 copies printed; 5 went to Gosh Comics London, 5 to my collection, leaving 40 copies available for sale now. The book is A4, 20pp b/w interior. The pages were scanned from the original art. The…

Readers react to Illegal Batman

“This fucking comic truly disturbs me, and I don’t know why. There’s something so completely and utterly wrong with, yet I can’t define it.” “I don’t understa–aah?? I have so many questions. Can Illegal Batman solve my confusion?” “he’s dank as a motherfucker and more besides” “Is this the guy who did Silver Age Superman?”…

Sean T. Collins reviews Illegal Batman

Webcomic Wednesday: Illegal Batman by Ed Pinsent Deconstructions of the Batman, even excellent ones, are nothing new, but I’ve never seen anyone or anything break it down to the molecular level and reassemble it into a wondrous and haunting new form the way Ed Pinsent does in Illegal Batman. Or should I say the way…

Jamka T-Shirt

Limited edition T-shirt which I drew this year for the Slovakian electronics duo Jamka. This is my first T-shirt design and I’m very pleased with how it turned out. News should be appearing on Jamka’s site soon, with details of how you can buy yours.

Planet 4 is small and mean

Chris Reynolds goes digital…computer lettering, digital colours and airbrush effects in his new comic book Planet 4. Described as “meditative science fiction”, the story features Monitor revisiting an old planetary haunt and experiencing many bittersweet and conflicting emotions. As ever, Reynolds imagines and visualises some astonishing tangible details, poised between the banal and the beautiful,…

More additions to the galleries

Found some more A4-sized zines to scan into the galleries. This upload includes the remaining issues of ZUM!, the UK small press review zine of the 1990s; plus most of my collection of Savage Pencil comix. Links below. SPG5 SPG6 SPG7 Article Zines Foreign small press