Here is the back cover in black & white and in colour to the first issue of Windrush! The colour version was coloured by Stuart “Flash” Gordon!
This is the cover to the first issue of Windrush! Here is the cover in black & white and in colour! The colour version was coloured by Stuart “Flash” Gordon!
And if anyone didn’t check out the 10 page unlettered preview of Windrush then here is another opportunity! http://daventerprojects.blogspot.com/2011/10/windrush-issue-ones-10-page-preview.html
This weekend S. Atholl Gordon and I will be exhibiting at the Thought Bubble Convention in Leeds at the Saviles Hall! The floor plan is here. For the lazy people out there who isn’t bothered with finding table number 112, I have another version of the floor plan below with our table highlighted in black!
Hello everyone! I didn’t have time to give a report on the MCM Expo but I’ll gradually post reviews on the comics I bought at the event (which was a lot!). However, this post is about Saturday’s event Comica Comiket which I’ll be exhibiting at along with many other British small press creators! Unfortunately, S. Atholl Gordon will not be exhibiting with me but you may see him around, mocking my comics, pointing and laughing at me because apparently the trousers I wear makes it look like I have a constant boner (please folks, do not come over to my table to see if the trouser thing is true…). I’ll have 23 or 24 pages of Windrush original art for your viewing pleasure, and will be available for purchase at the very reasonable price of £30 each!
The Comica Comiket is held at : -
The Great Hall Bishopsgate Institute
There are some creators there I think people should check out while they’re at the event (in the order they were listed on the website): -
Sean Azzopardi : – he is a highly versatile artist so make sure you pick up his Twelve Hour Shift while you’re there!
David Lander : – he got third place at the Manga Jiman competition in 2009 for his 8 page story Last Drink, which features his wonderfully detailed illustrations!
Yuri Kore : – she is an incredible talent with years of professional experience back in Korea and was the winner of the Manga Jiman competition in 2009.
Zarina Liew : – she gained 2nd place at the Manga Jiman competition in 2009 so make sure to check out her beautiful illustrations!
Philippa Rice : – her work is wonderfully adorable and funny so make sure you check our her 118 page full colour collection of her webcomic My Cardboard Life!
Martin Eden : – a good friend of mine and the creator of The O Men and his current series Spandex (about a LGBT superhero team based in Brighton.) which has the perfect balance of drama and humour. The fifth issue was launched at the MCM Expo only two weeks ago so pick it up because there’s a free trading card and free mini-comic to go along with it (and its really really good!).
Timothy Winchester : – Timothy is an incredibly nice person who you may have seen constantly giving out flyers non-stop at the other conventions. Very much like Philippa Rice’s My Cardboard Life, his webcomic People I Know is equally as adorable and funny
Hi everyone! Its that time of the month again for the London MCM Expo!
S.Atholl Gordon and I will be sharing the table “A3.” S.Atholl Gordon will be exhibiting today but I won’t be able to so instead you all can see me on Saturday and Sunday! My tablemate will have new comics to see which can be found here.
Below you’ll find a preview to the first 10 pages of my new superhero comic, Windrush issue one which is due for release in early 2012! Enjoy!
Hello fellow comic book fans and random visitors! I’m sorry that I haven’t posted anything for many months but much of my time was taken up by working on a comic with writer Alan Kasim for Myriad Editions’ First Graphic Novel Competition. Some of you will see in one form or another if it doesn’t get chosen as the winning piece.
The reason for this post is to announce my convention appearances, the first one will be next week at the London MCM Expo 28-30th at the Excel Centre! I’m sharing the table with S. Atholl Gordon as usual but you won’t see me there on Friday, but expect to see me on Saturday and Sunday! You can also expect to see the first 10 pages of my new ongoing comic book series “Windrush”. Sadly, this comic book won’t see the light of day until early 2012 due to unforeseen real life circumstances (such as getting a full-time job) but you can get a free 10 page preview of Windrush at the MCM Expo, Comica Comiket and Thought Bubble in Leeds and you can get a sneaky look at the original art of the first 15 pages. For those of you who won’t be able to attend any of these events can look at the previews online once I upload them after the Expo is over.
The second appearance will be at Comica Comiket, which is a one-day convention featuring the best in British small press and independent comics which sadly S.Atholl Gordon will not be able to attend so it’ll be my first time exhibiting without a table mate! The event will be on Saturday 12th November. I’ve been hearing so many good things about this event from the previous year so I’m hoping to have a wonderful day!
My final appearance of the year will be at the Thought Bubble Festival in Leeds, and its the first time this event will be for two days! You can find me and Stuart at the Saviles Hall. I had an amazing time last year so hopefully this one will be just as enjoyable, or maybe even more so!
Sorry for neglecting this blog for so long but I am here to inform everyone that Stuart Atholl Gordon and I will be sharing a table at the Bristol International Comic and Small Press Expo this weekend. Sadly, I don’t have any new work to show off but I do have original pages from two new projects I am working on at the moment so feel free to pop by Table 95 and check them out!
This weekend I will be attending the MCM Expo at the ExCel centre and I’ll be sharing a table with my good friends Stuart Atholl Gordon and Thuc-Chinh To. Hopefully this weekend will see Thuc-Chinh and Stuart’s picture book Monday’s Child go on sale along with (hopefully) my new 7 page comic book called Kingdom of Illusion.
A preview of Monday’s Child can be found here and a panel preview of Kingdom of Illusion can be found below.
I’m very excited about the prospect of Monday’s Child making an appearance at the MCM Expo because it’s a beautiful piece of work, and carefully hand-bound by Thuc Chinh, so make sure you pick up a copy!
The usual books on sale are my very own Through These Slanted Eyes, A Lonely Raven, Neon Loneliness (written by Stuart Atholl Gordon) and Stuart’s Petunia Rascal.