Sunday, April 26, 2009

Blue Petaaah

Following on from the previous post, it seems that Zombie Nation didn't quite rise to the occasion in the Toxic poll stakes and therefore won't be appearing in the mag regularly - but, that's what you get for relying on the living dead. Tsk. However, on a more positive note, I'm going to have a piece of work appearing on t'telly next week, so watch out for that. It's a Dennis and Gnasher/Blue Peter crossover and it'll be appearing on said show on Tuesday afternoon (and on the trusty iPlayer thereafter, for those of you not in the house when Blue Peter's on). It's my first ever attempt at drawing a celebrity-based story for the Beano, so I hope it looks OK on screen (although frankly, only people with HD TVs will really know if it doesn't ;))

Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Attention zombie lovers! A double dose of undead doings has been drawn by me for your viewing pleasure. Number one is "Zombie Nation", a two page story currently nestling in the pages of Toxic comic's free Crazy Comics supplement. If it gets enough votes, it will become a regular strip in Toxic! Whoa! So, finish reading this, then toddle out to the shops, buy Toxic, read Crazy Comics and go to to vote. Or, if you're feeling lazy, just take my word that it's chock-full of ZOMBALICIOUS GOODNESS and go vote for it anyway. Yes.

And as for zombie action part two: in a masterstroke of convergence, Zombie Nation is not only up against Jamie Smart's fine strip "Count Von Poo" in the Toxic supplement, but I have also just completed another two-page zombie comic for Jamie's own upcoming "Fat Chunk 2" anthology. What are the odds?? No voting involved this time, just go out and buy FC2 when it hits the shops in July. 'Cos you've been waiting your whole life to see an adaptation of "Three Little Maids From School" with zombies, I know you have.