Posts Tagged ‘comics’

Thought Bubbles

November 18, 2011

Hey there,

This is a little bit late coming but heading to Thought Bubble this weekend and I think anyone who is in or around Leeds should come and say hello!

As usual the festival will be bloody fantastic. I will have 100 copies of the collected Galavant book, 5 or so copies of the January collected zine, some badges and stickers and a smiley face. I’m like McDonalds. Smiles are free!

I will be located next to Mr. Cadwell as seen below on the handy map he made:

I am the most excited. This will be the funnest of all the weekends.

See you there? Yes. Yes I will.



Non-Galavant comic-ing

October 6, 2010

I did a few drawings- not related to my webcomic– over the last few months so I thought I’d do a quick post.

After Harvey Pekar died, Adam created a flickr group called Draw Harvey! to collect all of the fantastic drawings of Harvey that people were churning out. This is my contribution.

Next, at The Thing in March I was asked by Ellen Lindner to contribute an image of me partyin’ for the Whores of Mensa Volume 5.

You can see a map of the cover here. You can also buy a copy here!

Annnnd you can watch this video about it by clicking here:
Whores of Mensa 5 – On Sale Now! from Ellen Lindner on Vimeo.

Then finally, as I’m sure you all know Adam ended his webcomic The Everyday and I contributed when he asked fans of the series to do a “final” Everyday. I had the advantage of actually living with Adam so I could observe him observing.

You can see this and other fantastic endings here.


London- Manchester week 7

February 19, 2010

This past week was a little hectic but I will do my best with this recap.

Thursday and Friday were pretty low key days just hanging out with Adam at his place.

Saturday and Sunday were super busy.
On Saturday I attended the Alternative Press Fair in Euston. This was my first adventure into the realm of zine selling. I was pretty damn pleased with the whole thing. If anything, looking at the work produced by the people around me gave me a kick in the ass (I should really bring things up a notch) and a hefty spoonful of motivation.

I was lucky enough to be sitting beside Joe Decie I think you should check out some of his work yes yes.

That night Matt Sheret and Anne were nice enough to invite us to join them and Liz Greenfield for food and drinks and general shenanigans.

On Sunday We Are Words + Pictures had a two event combo at the Notting Hill Arts Club. I lent a hand with whatever was needed- they’re such an awesome crew- the day was FANTASTIC! First Drop In + Draw to chat with some artists, perhaps hone some new skills etc followed by Modern Romance featuring Robin Ince and some sweet sweet dance tunes.

I was spoiled by Adam as we took leave for a tasty Italian meal to celebrate the ol’ V day. *blush*

Monday we lingered in London for a bit, adventuring to Green Park (my personal fave in the city) and grabbin’ a bite to eat before heading back to Manchester pretty damn exhausted.

Tuesday was a day of catch-up and some relaxin’- Wednesday Adam took me to Afflecks where I acquired a new nose ring hoop and we discovered a tasty chocolate place om nom. Also I should mention that Good Grief! is a neat little comic shop in there.

Yesterday was yet another relaxing day but it did involve the making of some delicious OMG fajitas. SO DELICIOUS. I will post photos of those bad boys next time.

Passed this wee shop on the way to the Press Fair… oh la la!

My table at the Fair with sir Adam at the end

Alternative Pressin’

Matt dishin’ out the delicious cake that Anne made (for icing help you can always turn to this guy *points to self*)

Notting Hill-ness

Adam was on the wall at the Arts Club

Drop In + Draw

Jamie McKelvie hard at work

Julia hard at work

Honest to god Matt played such a wicked set AHHH! So much dance! DANCE!

Notting of the Hills

Green Park has the best trees

London- near Victoria station

We ended Pancake Day on Tuesday with dessert pancakes :D

Inside Afflecks

More next time!


PS- Just a reminder that the website will be ch-ch-ch-ch-changin’!