Friday, 29 December 2017

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Monday, 18 December 2017

PARAGON... gone?

Okay chaps I need your help. If you are reading this then you have probably liked the PARAGON comic Facebook page or you may have read an issue previously. Hopefully you've enjoyed it or enjoyed what what you've seen here.  As I write I have given out more contributor comps of this issue than I've sold. And that is disheartening considering how much effort goes into producing an issue. To not even have made double figures in sales makes me feel it isn't worth that effort. I think it's a great comic, people who give me feedback tell me similar. Hopefully you do, too.
So I'm asking you to get on your preferred social media and tell your friends about this anthology. If they grew up reading British comics in the 70s and 80s and still read comics then this will be for them. The fact that the Treasury Collection editions of Misty, Faceache, One Eyed Jack and Leopard from Lime Street from Rebellion seem to did so well tells me there is an audience out there if only I could reach it.
So please, help spread the word. Buy a copy yourself and see how the publication has evolved since last you read an issue.
Without your help to increase the audience I don't think I'll carry on with it, which is a crying shame as there are some wonderful scripts and art lined up for future issues.

Wednesday, 13 December 2017


Print copies have arrived! I'll be sending these beauties out tomorrow.
Bag yourself a copy by clicking the cover on the right and buying one!

Saturday, 9 December 2017

PARAGON #21 digital download

If you prefer your comics on a Kindle or tablet why not download a copy of the latest PARAGON?

Less than a quid for four fantastic adventures featuring your favourite weird heroes!

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Brahms & Liszt

I love this strip so much I thought I'd share the first couple of pages with you so you can see how good it is; Tintin inspired art and the story is a buddy movie in comic form - the two classical composers combine forces to solve a supernatural murder mystery. I mean, what's not to love?

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