Comics are a huge part of my life. I have been creating comics of various types since I was a child and now I produce three on a regular basis, published on the Internet for everyone to enjoy absolutely free. Here are some of my favourite strips, along with links to each comic.
All Over the House began life as a potential newspaper comic but has now blossomed into a wacky situation comedy featuring a cynical journalist turned MP who lives with a demon-summoning lawyer. The comic charts their lives as they both battle to make sense of the crazy world they live in.
The Life of Nob T. Mouse is my oldest continuing webcomic and is, in fact, the first web comic from Britain. It began life in 1996 and is still going strong. The story follows Nob Mouse through his life as the mayor of a frontier town, Blob City. Nob would dearly love to live a quiet life. Unfortunately for him, the universe has other plans.
Ink Proof Cannon is my youngest webcomic. It was created partly as a showcase piece, partly as an anthology comic to get some of the ideas I have floating around in my head down on paper. It features characters, plots and general settings that just would not work in either The Life of Nob T. Mouse or All Over the House because those comedy settings are just not suited to the science-fiction, fantasy and horror stories that lurk here.
Please note: although there is no explicit content, this comic is suggested for mature readers only.
In addition, I am part of The Webcomics Company, a weekly podcast about the production of comics on the Internet. You can also find me writing advice and information articles on webcomics over at [web]Comics, the web and indie comics hub, at How N About and my weekly comics show, Comic Fridays, also provides tips and tutorials. If you are interested in making your own webcomic, I highly recommend having a look at each of these.