Archive for ‘May, 2011’
Hey so in case you haven't seen on my main blog, I'm doing a signing at MCM Expo (London) this saturday 28th, in the comics village, from 11 till 1. Click the image on the left for all the details or read about it on my blog if you wanna. It would be great to see you! I'm not there specifically promoting anything, so i'm happy to chat about/draw pictures of any of the different projects i work on (including Skull of course).
However, if you come to the signing or just happen to see me walking round the Expo, be sure to ask me for one of these EXCLUSIVE Corporate Skull business cards. I'll be carrying a bundle of them with me, maybe leaving a few around, so get one off me while we're all there.
Wonder if anyone would have the nuts to do Corporate Skull cosplay *cough* They will WIN something (not sure what).
Hey I'm not sure what happened but last a load of Corporate Skull art came in, and it was top tits! So I figured it's time to scoop them up and slap them onto their own page, which you can see by clicking the link below (i also put a tab for it in the sidebar on the right). There's some real flipping talent there, drawing Skull better than me (YEAHTHANKS).
New Skull page up today! And to celebrate, here's some EXCELLENT Corporate Skull artwork..
Corporate Skull tattoo, courtesy of Marian. Such a buzz to see this, thanks Marian!
Alright Ballbags by Stu-toons thanks so much man!
And a rather beautiful Skull from Nik Holmes. LOVE IT.
HERE WE GO. Corporate Skull issue two begins today with a big fat six-page opener (six if you count the cover, yeah?), Just enough to start us off in a few different places and get back to Skull at the end. If you're reading this on RSS or something, i hope it hasn't uploaded screwy or out of joint - the first five pages were backdated (i find this the easiest way to do it with the way Comicpress is set up). If you're new to Corporate Skull, why not start by reading the whole first issue to see how we got to this terrible sweary place.
So issue two is where things start getting fun. While I needed issue one to show the origins of Skull, issue two will start to show how he fits into the world. And more than that, it'll start to take the series in the direction it's going to go, something which hasn't really been indicated yet. If you think this is all about a Skull working in an office, thats only a tiny part of it, and the end of issue two will start opening it all up.
In the meantime, please do enjoy! And if you enjoyed, comment or share it around. The support for issue one was pretty overwhelming, and very appreciated, thanks so much!
(There'll be another page later this week)