The End! Zomblicity 7 Variant Cover

Zomblicity love continues, as I am very glad to have gotten a chance to illustrate a variant cover for Zomblicity #7, the last issue which will be coming out sometime in 2015, when the storyline will conclude.

Follow the links for a clean (without the text) version, available as prints.

Zomblicity Animated Series / Storyboards For The Pilot Episode

About a year ago, webcomic Zomblicity did a lot of work and effort to develop an animated series, that unfortunately never got commissioned. For that purpose I inked some storyboards for the pilot episode, penciled by Farcreazy Farid, that are now up on the Zomblicity website.

In that episode three kids are camping in the woods and they're inside their tent, scaring each other by taking turns to narrate campfire ghost stories.

0 Days To Halloween: Bastards//Bones, New Book Out Now

Bastards//Bones is now live up on the These Books Must Be Destroyed! Lulu bookstore, on paperback and digital eBook.

Perfect-bound Paperback
Full colour, 100 pages, 6 x 9 inches

and PDF download

Happy Halloween...


1 Day To Halloween: Foreword/Afterword Ink Sketches

A couple of new ink sketches to accompany my Foreword and Robin's Afterword in the book. Tomorrow Bastards//Bones will be available in the TBMBD! bookstore.

2 Days To Halloween: www.

New ink drawing for the bonus story, www. out of the Bastards//Bones anthology book.

3 Days To Halloween: Strike A Pose

One night while Anne is on shift at the diner, she is joined by one of her acting classmates, April, who is around the same age as her. The diner is filled with red plastic chairs, red trays, pine tables, there’s hot filter coffee bubbling away, checkered tiles and red booths that sit the maximum of four people per table. There's an arcade machine with space monsters darting across the screen. A solitary young twelve-year-old boy is rattling away at the controls, fixated on the screen and he is making a racket. April is sat alone in one of the booths, she is there to grab some coffee and provide Anne some company. April is hoping to get a chance to chat with Anne. She has a folded up newspaper next to her tray, with a red circle on one of the ads. As they finally get to talk, it's hard for them to hear each other over the loud noise from the arcade machine, the kid just hit a high score. They scowl at him.

 Excerpt from Strike A Pose, a story out of the Bastards//Bones anthology book.

4 Days To Halloween: Forgiveness

“Hey Lou, check under the desk, there may be a safe,” Bill says.

There’s nothing, just some old stained papers with some illegible writing on it. The other two guys riffle through the draws, nothing but personal belongings and more letters. The letters look like torn up love letters, but each handwriting is different and all signed off from the same title, "sister". They are love letters from the old man's multiple lovers.

“The dirty ol’ man, eh?” sniggers Lonnie.

Excerpt from Forgiveness, a story out of the Bastards//Bones anthology book. 

5 Days To Halloween: Boombox

“Why don't you two slobs get a job instead of living in the street, begging for money?”

“That's how we roll, old man. See this thing,” one of them says pointing at the audio player. “This beauty requires ten D-size batteries to function, that's what we need the money for. Music is our life man and besides, we make the streets look better.”

Excerpt from Boombox, a story out of the Bastards//Bones anthology book. 

6 Days To Halloween: Toe Tag

Inside the Morgue it’s as cold as steel, like the inside of a freezer. The room is filled with steel tables with wheels, medical instruments on top, all laid out strategically and systematically. The smell of death mixed with antiseptic fills the air in the room. All but one of the cold body chambers are shut closed.

Excerpt from Toe Tag, a story out of the Bastards//Bones anthology book.