Friday, 29 June 2012

Kate Bush Pen and Ink

Katie was my favourite female artist back in the 80's and still is today and I found these in the attic,

before CDComics when I worked for Making Music on 'The Jerks' comic strip...

Now I'm producing digital art horror comics, check them out at

Lemmy Pen and Ink

Motorhead and Hawkwind were at the top of my list and I found these in the attic, pen and ink portraits dating back to the 90's

before CDComics when I worked for Making Music on 'The Jerks' comic strip...

Now I'm producing digital art horror comics, check them out at

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Rottingzombie reviews Part Two of Football Crazy

Part Two of Football Crazy is available on Drive Thru Comics, Smashwords, Deisel, Kobo and Kindle, so that's, PDF, eReader, iPhone, iPad and tablet formats priced $0.99 or 70p UK

"Part 2 of Football Crazy was really quite funny. There were twists that were surprising, and the vein of funny running through the whole thing really hit the spot! Full of hidden Easter Eggs as well it really hits the description of a 'surreal murder mystery".
You can find the full review at

An example of the Easter Eggs, the Manchester United players all share their names with serial killers, you will have to check out the comic for the Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and Wolves team line ups, but like the TV Commentator says "The defence of Dahmer, Gacy, Chse and Fish should have eaten the attack alive." while, "Berkowitz and Bundy lacked a killer instinct." it's all rather tongue in cheek...

Rottingzombie Reviews Football Crazy comic

Soccer or Football, UK or US, CDComics Surreal Murder Mysteries are getting some good reviews and is availabble from

"It has the feel of a Detective program such as Inspector Morse, or A Touch of Frost. The art style is quite strange but works, kind of basic but at the same time it catches the eye and is very striking. The story is well paced, the issue I read certainly made me want to read more (just to find out what the murder weapon was)."

Rottingzombie's full review can be found at

Part Two is available to download and if you prefer an American take on Football Crazy check out Omnicomics review of the entire 66 page full colour story

"Daley's writing in Football Crazy: The Theater of Nightmares on the Road to Insanity is strong. He's crafted a story that feels like an episode of television crime drama. It read and felt very much like an episode of BBC's Luther."

Pat Two and all CDComics are aslo available for various digital devices and directly from Amazon

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Tesla battles Crowley for Manhattan 1930

Nikola Tesla, the steampunk scientist and Aleister Crowley, the English occultist fight for control of Manhattan in Issue Two: New Yorker.

While Song, the Man in the White Suit and Secret continue their investigation into Pilot Ace's murder in this first arch in CDComics Pulp Fiction Series.

As the plot thickens, prototype Nazis, Ninjas, robots and plenty more masked characters, Red Widow, Scarlet Rose, Spadaccino, Bullet, Luger and the Triumphant, a Government backed superteam all make and appearance.

Each Issue $0.99/80pUk on