Friday, 26 February 2010

New review

saying, amongst other things;

BATTLE GANESH is good, solid stuff in the vein of Lee and Kirby's Thor, straddling a line between ancient epic and modern superheroics with comfort. Stephen Prestwood returns on art duties, delivering chunky, thick-lined visuals which are a perfect fit for this tale of Hindu gods zipping about in spaceships, capturing the feel of Jack Kirby's storytelling

Tuesday, 23 February 2010

PARAGON #5 review

There's a new review up on the Forbidden Planet blog of the latest issue

What do you think? Do you agree? Disagree? Do tell!

Sunday, 21 February 2010

Zenith redux


Here's a little something I did with the Enigmatic Doctor X over on the 2000ad forum - the idea being to summarise the entire series in six panels- which was fun.

What do you think?

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

First, an apology

I would just like to apologise to all those (what should I call you? Ganesh groupies? PARAGON pals? Suggestions, please!) who ordered in the first week.
By now you should all have received your copy of issue 5, along with a little something extra in the envelope - do let me know what you think of the latest issue. I always appreciate feedback and comments, good or bad!
And if you haven't ordered yours yet - click the cover link to the right to get yourself a piece of the action!

Wednesday, 3 February 2010


Yes indeed boys and girls! It's here. It's Out! And on sale!
Featuring 3 (Yep! THREE! Count 'em!) Ganesh tales; the next episode of Undertow, in which the mystery men from part two explain their involvement with John Hyde; and Julian Ruby goes on the hunt for a midget and a time traveller!
From the talents of Steven Denton, Stephen Prestwood, Dave Candlish and the Emperor
32 A4 pages all for £3.50 (no extra postage)
Just click the link on the right!

Monday, 1 February 2010


I have the proof copy! (He says clapping his hands with glee and skipping on the spot like a little girl)

Which means the bulk delivery can only be days away!

So just to tease you here's a little peak at Ganesh...