Thursday, 21 September 2023


I don't often sell my Christmas pages but I've put my original art up for sale of the 1988 Combat Colin Christmas page which is quite a collectable piece. There's even the traditional snow on the logo! 

All bids appreciated! You can see more photos at this link: 

PLUS... If any of you are toy collectors you might be interested in an original 1960s Dinky Toys' Captain Scarlet Spectrum Patrol Car I'm selling. It's in excellent condition. I've had it since a child and always looked after my toys but now it's time to let it go. More info here... 



Wednesday, 20 September 2023

FANZINE FUNNIES - The comic for fans of The Prisoner (and anyone else who likes funny comics)

Apparently it was 40 years ago yesterday when Channel 4 began repeating the run of The Prisoner TV show, the enigmatic and allegorical series that fans are still discussing today.

Being ancient, I saw the series on its original run in 1967/68, and again in the 1970s when it was first repeated. Anyway, the reason I'm mentioning it here is that my Fanzine Funnies comic is still available to buy. Fanzine Funnies collects all the satirical comic strips I did for Prisoner fanzines years ago, mainly Rogue Rover and Alistair Sadgitt AKA Mumbler Six.

Fanzine Funnies sold out of its initial print run of 100 copies within 24 hours of release, so I immediately had another 100 printed. There are still some left if you wanted to nab one quickly! 

Even if you're not a fan of The Prisoner I hope you'll get a kick out of it. Printed on quality paper with a matt laminated cover it's only available from my eBay page at this link...


Monday, 18 September 2023

Original artwork from the 1980s/90s up for auction

I've added a few new items to my eBay listing this week, including original comic art you may be interested in.

First off, there's a page from Oink! No.33 entitled The Weightlifter. This full colour page was written by Graham Exton (of Sweeny Toddler fame) and drawn by me. The art is from the year 1987 and you can see more info and photos at this link: 


Secondly, a Tom Thug's Skooldayz full pager from Buster (January 1989). Tom once again receiving the just desserts of his bad behaviour (as should always be the case in a Tom Thug story). You can see more about it here: 


Thirdly, although I thought I'd sold all my Robo-Capers strips I found this very early one from 1985 that appeared in Marvel's Transformers comic. Find out more about it at this link: 


Last but not least, something that should interest all fans of Sonic the Comic! One of the original pages to the story The Monster Wakes that appeared in Sonic the Comic No.94 back in 1997. Script by me, art by Rob Corona, colours by Andy Pritchard, lettering by Tom Frame. Features Shortfuse the Cybernik and the Freedom Fighters vs a dragon. See more at this link: 


PLUS... I'm selling a couple of highly collectable first issue comics from the 1960s. Iron Man No.1 (1968) by Stan Lee and Gene Colan... 


...and the first Fleetway Super Library digest-sized book featuring The Steel Claw from 1967... 


All items in great condition! All bids welcome! Auctions end on Sunday 24th September.






Thursday, 14 September 2023

Comics! Comics! Comics!

Just a reminder that I still have some of my self-published comics in stock and you can buy them exclusively from me at this link... 

There's Combat Colin Nos.3 and 4, the Pedantic Stan special, and my latest, Fanzine Funnies, all collecting comic strips I did in the 1990s. 

Limited edition print runs and not available in shops! Grab 'em while you can! 


Tuesday, 12 September 2023

Preview: Doctor Who Magazine No.595

Doctor Who Magazine No.595 (fast approaching issue 600!) will be in newsagents, comic shops, and supermarkets from this Thursday, 14th September. The cover feature is the return of companion Mel Bush to the show (played by Bonnie Langford) and I've also included her in my Daft Dimension strip.

If you have any difficulty finding the mag you can order it directly from Panini UK at this link: 



Monday, 11 September 2023

ZOWIE! New comic for a good cause

Tim Quinn and Liverpool Heartbeat have produced a new 24 page comic entitled Zowie! The physical comic is given to patients at Manchester Children's Hospital, hopefully to cheer up the kids and transport their minds to a place of fun and imagination.

Several comics creators were asked to volunteer some material for the comic and I submitted a two page Tough Guy and Scruffy strip, which had previously appeared in Triffik! comic over 30 years ago. 

Other contributors include Nigel Parkinson, Steve Parkhouse, Russ Leach, Dicky Howett and more providing previously-published strips. 

The print edition of Zowie! is only for the kids in hospital, but if you want a digital version for free you can find it at this link: 


Wednesday, 6 September 2023

Comic Con Updates

I've been a guest at five enjoyable comics conventions this year, and there are three more to go!



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...and a new announcement...



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 ...and after London that'll be it for me for 2023, but I already have two shows lined up for 2024. More info on those in the months to come.

I hope to see some of you at the above conventions. Comic cons are fun, informal events for pros and fans to meet each other so I hope you'll support them.