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- What an audience, all 1700 of them! Thanks to all the schools for letting me have so much fun!
- Just did an interview for BBC Radio Oxford about the sad passing of Leo Baxendale. Never let it be said that I don’t do my research.
- I had a good laugh at a new joke I squeezed into Julius Zebra book 3, then I turned around and saw this face.
- Foreign editions for Julius Zebra: Bundle With The Britons are rolling in thick and fast, along with the UK paperback edition!
- I’m enjoying some weird Icelandic Sagas. I particularly like this in-story critique of a poem.
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Category Archives: The Phoenix
Cor blimey! Children’s weekly comic, The Phoenix, has reached the mind-blowing milestone of publishing 100 issues; the first independent comic to do so for 40 years! Writing and drawing Gary’s Garden for the Phoenix has been an absolute blast. It’s … Continue reading
WORLDS COLLIDE! PLANETS CRASHING TOGETHER! UNIVERSES ENTWINED(?)! Yes! You read it right, for one week only, there’s a BRAND NEW TEENYTINYSAURS story in THE PHOENIX!!! “What’s a flippin’ Teenytinysaur?!” I hear you Phoenix readers ask. Well, my dears, it’s a … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of being let loose on the cover of brilliant children’s comic, The Phoenix this week, something I haven’t done for a while. I’ve been quite keen to focus on some of my main characters in Gary’s … Continue reading
So, last week was a very strange week, a week when the spotlight fell onto British comics with the news of the demise of The Dandy, the weekly children’s comic which has been part of the fabric of British culture … Continue reading