Cyclone Redux: The Adventures of Flash Damingo and The Jackaroo #2 is back from the printers! Signed copies of the Delux Colour Edition (with colours by Graeme Jackson) have just been sent to my patrons and patronnes that have supported me on my Patreon page. Contents The Good, The Bad & The Mighty! Story & […]
Cyclone Redux: The Adventures of Flash Damingo and The Jackaroo #1 is back from the printers. The first Cyclone Comic in quite a while. Signed copies of the Delux Colour Edition (with colours by Graeme Jackson) have just been sent to my patrons and patronnes that have supported me on my Patreon page. Now, I’m […]
Back in the days when Kitchen Sink Press was still in business, I was asked to produce a story for their Will Eisner’s The Spirit: The New Adventures title. I wrote and illustrated a 10-page story that featured an iteration of one of my characters, Black Opal. The New Adventures had run for eight issues […]
I recently completed a cover for Frew Publications’ The Phantom. It should be on sale in newsagents across the country and NZ this week, I think. I know it was on sale at last weekend’s Sydney Supanova. You can buy a signed edition from the Frew store as well. (If it isn’t there today, it […]
The cover for Unmasked #4 (Gestalt), the final issue of the first story arc titled Going Straight Is No Way To Die. Written by Christian Read, with the first two issues illustrated by Emily Smith, I was asked to take over the art duties for the remaining two issues. It’s turned out to be quite […]
It’s 1948… and evil walks the streets Crossroads – a city of crime and corruption, dashed hopes and shattered dreams. Where deals are struck with the Devil… and the Devil always collects. Click the link below to read the award-winning series of stories by Gary Chaloner, starring John Law, Nubbin the Shoe Shine Boy, Lady […]
WHAT IF THERE WAS A MAN who maybe… just maybe, inspired a generation of fictional heroes? The Great Gatsby? Clark Savage Jr.? Even Pete Townshend’s deaf, dumb and blind boy Tommy? Could this one man have assisted in the design of long-distance aircraft — being the contemporary of Hughes, Lindberg and Earhart? As a child in Germany, could this same man have been abducted by the notorious child murderer portrayed in Fritz Lang’s noir masterpiece “M”? Could this man’s later exploits on a lost island be the basis for the cinema classic “King Kong”?