August 18th, 2010

sp act hero movie

And then George W Bush walked in.





Some roughs there from a one-page strip I drew for  Dan Lester back in the Camden comics stall days. Unlike most of Dan's stuff this is quite SFW. And I really like Dan's writing on this one.

Heres the finished piece.


The NSFW Revenge of the Cantina went up yesterday, here it is.

Later today, The Party, a 20 page comic full of more toilet humour spot gags styles but with less rude words.

Happy Birthday [info]jackfirecat - We shall have Nasty Scotch Drunk Again Fun Times.


INTERWEBHEADS, You can still buy pages. My paypal address is drew.luke@gmail.com. And can bid on stuff by Dave Gibbons, John Bolton and Caroline Parkinson, that's her lovely piece below. And digital downloads through Alltern8 iDream including the Sheridan Cottage Volume 1 and some other gear not yet uploaded. All sales on iDream go 100% to the artist, and if you're quick they may still be doing free artist accounts. iDream are really lovely people.


Oh look, they even has that Colonel Decker out of the A-team tv show thing.

P.S Donators so far who haven't received anything, Pick! Pick!
I'm Batman

I'm Bat-Man!

Throughout this week I'm having a whip-round for some cash for hols. The immediate essentials have been made available by generous donators and I'll be booking a ticket at week's end.

The image on the left is from another from-the-archives full-of-toilet-humour and eye-catching-illustration.
It's "The Party", and you can read it here.

It's 23 pages, but was originally conceived as a series of single pages complete in themselves. I was reading Will Eisner's Comics & Sequential Art  at the time and really wanted to have every page look very different.

"It's obviously not as good as your last one. In fact, I found it a bit shallow" - Oli Smith

"Oh, I've been to that park. I like the pretty designs. Did you really know Don McLean?" - Joy Dunlop

"Hahahahahahahahahaha" - S
everal people whose laughs I cannot spell. Including Bat-Man.

These pages were scanned in from a photocopy, as the originals appear to be not appearing. So if you'd like to buy any of these, check with me first to see if it's available. UK postage £1, outside UK £3. I believe in micropayments and disposable art. Shall we say four or five quid per page? Some are dearer than others, drop me a line if in doubt. Or just donate, leave a location and enter the RANDOM PAGE THINGY SEND. Oh and here's some more with swears.

My friend Moike sent me this. It has rude words which some of you seem to like. Dearodearo.

What do you say we make apple juice and fax it to each other?