Tuesday, 24 April 2018

MEMORIAL: THE GREAT WAR ANTHOLOGY


Memorial: The Great War Anthology is about to get released by WonderFunders. What is this? I hear you say. Well, glad you asked. Memorial is a sequential art anthology to commemorate those who fought and fell in the course of the first world war, and to benefit the children of the world caught up in the wars still being fought. All proceeds from the book will be donated to http://www.warchild.org.uk/.

The anthology contains a stack of great stories that have been developed for the anthology with all stories and art submitted for free by the contributors. I have a one page illustrated poem within the anthology called "Battlefields and Trenches". The poem is placed onto an amazing page of artwork by Neil McClements and the text is suppled by HdE. Make sure you grab yourself a copy of this once it's released as your payment will be going to a very worthwhile cause. Cheers all. 




Friday, 16 March 2018

MEGABOOK M5 IS OUT NOW AND IT'S FREE


MEGABOOK M5 is out now. This bumper of an anthology contains a great bunch of stories. Included in this issue from me is Astral Crusaders: Game On and Undead of Night: Prologue, both with artwork by William Allan Reyes. Also included is a dire poem titled The Fallen, with artwork by Allen Byrns. Check out the links, it's free (but you can choose to throw some coin its way). Cheers.



Wednesday, 28 February 2018

TOMB OF HORROR #5 IS READY TO GO


Tomb of Horror #5 is out now from Swamp Line Comics. This issue sees over 90 pages of horror contained within 12 scary storied including my contribution; Hunger: The Need to Feed. Artwork on Hunger is by the talented Allen Byrns. Check it out if you're not too scared. 

Saturday, 6 January 2018

TOMB OF HORROR #4 OUT NOW


Tomb of Horror #4 is out now from Swampline Comics. This festive feast is packed with tales of horror that will scare your Christmas stockings off. My story "Reindeer: Oh Dear, Oh Deer" is amongst the collection of horror treats. Artwork on my story is by the talented Allen Byrns. Why not start the New Year with some horror and grab yourself a copy. Cheers :)