During the years when
UKCAC was Britain's biggest
comic convention many
artists contributed art to the
convention booklet which
was later auctioned for
So, although some might
think the NEW MUTANTS
page was drawn for one of
the Marvel yearbooks, this
was a charity piece.
DR and Quinch were
very popular in the UK
and really easy to draw,
so I used the
con-sketches as an
opportunity to have
This page features images of questionable taste so do
not proceed if you are easily offended or faint of heart.
... And what is more fun than laughing at the idiotic antics of a
real jerk. These two pages are based on incidents, involving
the same guy, that occurred at UKCAC and GLASCAC.
AKA was a small independent comic
shop in Glasgow that was owned and
run by a group of really great guys who
gave me a lot of support in my early
Yes, another true incident. And if
you're looking in John, Mike
Conroy and I still have the
When the British fanzine 'SHORTFUSE' was raised in a discussion on the
THY TE site, I couldn't remember how many sketches I had contributed but I
checked my files and found these three.
I inked the Captain Britain myself and the DR and Quinch may well be my
first ever collaboration with Paul Neary.
The inked version of this image
was reprinted in the Modern
Masters book so I include the
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