Monday, 31 May 2010


Heres a piece that I pencilled back in 1989 of Anarchist Superheroes BLACK FLAG champions of alternate Earth 88, they appeared in Grant Morrisons much loved comic strip ZENITH.

Every time I have rooted through my art box they have stared at me accssuingly waiting for their helping of Ink so I gave them the black blood this weekend.

I tried to keep the inks loose to suit the pencilling technique of a young me desperately trying to ape Steve Yeowells style.

Its a bit static but I think it works...


Sunday, 30 May 2010


I planned and began a graphic novel called Kingdom of the back in 2004, it was going to be fifty or so pages long and encapsulate everything I love about Sci/fi, Horror & Monster movies and Comic books.
Heres the Villian, Doctor Donald Severin ...Science Pirate , Horribly deformed survivor, Interdimensional technology thief and all round Bad Egg!

Saturday, 29 May 2010


R.I.P Dennis Hopper and thanks for all the pleasure you gave my Brain.

Ride easy Cowboy....and if they ask you when you get there tell em "Cheques in the mail!"

Friday, 28 May 2010


Found this on a site called and being the immature fool that I am and a long time Fantastic four fan I promptly pissed myself at thier mad comedic brilliance... a magical mix of John Buscemas art and completely offensive dialogue.... all comics should be like this!

Friday, 7 May 2010

D.R & QUINCH The Totally Awesome guide to Life.

I found these pieces of Gorgeosity whilst browsing some blog or other two days ago and I had to steal them and post them here , D.R & Quinch Alan Moore and Alan Davis finest hour!
For those not in the know it was a short but sweet run of stories in the pages of 2000a.d chronciling the misadventures of two misunderstood adolescent Super fiends called Waldo D.R (Diminished responsibility) Dobbs and Ernest Errol QUINCH.
From what I understand Mister Moore wasnt overly impressed with what he was writing and didnt find his own throwaway jokes about the use of Thermonuclear Weapons funny due to the Geopolitical climate of the time and the very real threat of mutually assured destruction that hung over all of us....I kind of think he missed his own point, I found it a welcome relief from that cloying atmosphere of paranoia and terror....I also found two of the greatest role models of my young life who'se irreverent and utterly deranged outlook went on to inform my own.
And Alan Davis art has never looked better, these characters were totally alive, everything perfectly rendered nothing wasted with a wondeful fifties retro ambience, I have only ever seen anything on par with it and thats a beautifully executed piece of QUINCH by an ultra talented chappy called Garen Ewing.
In my most demented daydreams I imagine PIXAR or BLUESKY coming to the rescue and bringing these boys to the bigscreen for a Morality free, Extraterrestrial, coming of age, Rom com, Disaster, all out complete and utter total Nuclear War movie to end them all.