Cartoonist, comic stripper, and book illustrator. Appears every fortnight in Private Eye (Forgotten Moments in Music History), has also worked for Penguin, Random House, The Times, Spectator, Reader's Digest, The Beano (Billy Whizz) and The Dandy, to name but a few.
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Friday, 30 November 2012

New two-part Useleus starts this week in The Phoenix

Yes, the ancient Greek unhero Useleus is back in The Phoenix this week (#48), for the first time in a two-part adventure which concludes next week. Written by the insanely talented (or possibly just insane) Alexander Matthews, artwork by yours truly.

Available in Waitrose and some comics and book shops, or at The Phoenix website (link above) -- buy one or be a bald-faced raccoon.

Thursday, 15 November 2012

Billy Whizz duties in The Beano

Yes, as some of you guessed from last week's tricky teaser, I recently got the job of writing and drawing Billy Whizz for The Beano. On the strength of the Badd Lads stuff I did for the current Dandy annual, another strip originated by Malcolm Judge, the Ed asked me for a traditional Malcolm Judge style Billy. 
And traditional is what I'm giving him! Here's the whole family, in my second Billy Whizz page, appearing in this week's Beano. 
Elsewhere in the Beano, parents are being modernised all over the place -- both Minnie the Minx and Dennis the Menace have got shiny new modern-looking parents. But not Billy -- the ed and I decided we'd go right back to the bow-tie and moustache wearing original Mr Whizz. 
For my part in that decision, I think bow ties and moustaches are funny. (No offence intended to any bow-tie wearing moustachioed men -- or indeed women -- reading this)