After a five-year rampage in which over one hundred bloodthirsty creators cut a bloody swath through 100% Biodegradable’s hallowed halls, leaving 750 pages of comic strip carnage in their wake, the final issue of the digital anthology is upon us! I’m very proud to have been part of this incredible project, and the final issueContinue reading Digital anthology 100% Biodegradable offers stonking final issue, and a terrific new collection
Ace Liverpool-based comic creators Tom Ward (writer and creator of MERRICK: The Sensational Elephant Man, co-creator of Doc Dino) and Chris Welsh (creator of Wart and the horror anthology The Grime) are running a little tester comic event out of a bar at the end of this month, in conjunction with a local music festival. The free Craft Comic FestivalContinue reading Comic creators, a bar – and a Music Festival in Liverpool? Sounds like a great combination!
Issue 12 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable is out now on Drivethru and Comicsy for just 69p. Wrapped in a cover from Bill Storie and Brett Burbridge, it includes some cracking strips from the likes of Chris Redfern, Dan Cornwell, Dave Thomson, Brett Burbridge and David Hailwood (Oh, all right – and me). Inside the latest issue…Continue reading Do Your Duty: Buy 100% Biodegradable #12
Issue 11 of the digital anthology 100% Biodegradable is out now on Drivethru (Comicsy and ComiXology release to follow soon), sporting a rather lovely cover from Andrew Hartmann and Charlie Hogg, to complement the “Moby Douche” strip written by the undisputed King Of Carnage, Jimmy Furlong. There’s also a brand new “Surf Wolf” strip fromContinue reading 100% Biodegradable Issue 11: All Action, All New and Out Now for Christmas!
One of the highlights of last year’s “Best of….” list that we ran amongst creators was the first volume of Torsobear. Largely the work of a group of creators based in the south of England, it’s a great anthology with a central theme of a world populated by all of the toys of our childhood that is alternatively charming, nasty,Continue reading The Bear Facts: An Interview with Torsobear creator Brett Uren