Way back when, I made a deck of playing cards as an experiment. The playing cards each had a comic panel, and the idea was that you could rearrange the panels into near infinite combinations to make new stories. That deck of playing cards was called Hand of Fate. There were a few copies made, […]
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I was surprised and delighted to be asked to come as a guest to Sharjah International Book Fair, to run comics workshops as part of their children’s activities programme. It was an honour to be asked, although, at first I was a bit apprehensive, because I’d never been to anywhere in the Middle East before. […]
Daniel Hartwell and I have a NEW Shivers story out this week in awesome children’s comic The Phoenix. This one is extremely special as it’s our first two-part Shivers, meaning there will be twice as much fun and twice as many scares. Not to alarm anyone, but this Shivers story features everyone’s favourite terrifying creature […]
Yes, I will be at the extremely massive MCM London Comic Con (formerly known as Expo) this weekend Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th May, where I am sharing a table in the comic village with Tammy Taylor AKA Dream Tripper Comics. Unfortunately my name isn’t listed on the programme, but just look out for Dream […]
I’ve been working with Pirates of Pangaea author Daniel Hartwell on some spooky horror stories for The Phoenix. In case you haven’t heard of The Phoenix, it’s an amazing, quality, weekly comic for kids. It’s all about the stories! No ads, no plastic toys. Our first story Chatterbox, about some haunted teeth, appeared in no. […]
Manga Competition in Southwark Southwark Libraries are hosting a manga drawing competition for young people aged 7 – 17. You can enter by post and apparently there are prizes! Look at the website for details.