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Gimme Five


Just over five years ago I was unemployed, having been unceremoniously ‘let go’ from my job working in a call centre. To be honest, it was a job I hated, but nonetheless I needed to find work again pronto, lest I find myself eating cardboard and sawdust for the near future. I decided that (as well as applying for all sorts of other jobs) this ‘break’ in employment was as…
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The Game Is Afoot!


The latest issue of Viz magazine is out today, and for the fourth time, the mad fools have let me befoul its pages with my demented daubings. HURRAH! This time, the strip in question is entitled ‘The Facebook of Sherlock Holmes’ and features the Great Detective finding himself up against the greatest evil he’s yet encountered – social media! I’m very proud to get this one in the comic, not…
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Randall and Hopkins (Deceased)


Now that it’s seen print in a recent issue of Viz, (issue 239, numbering fans), I can now share with you the entirety of my recent Katie Hopkins-baiting strip, Randall and Hopkins (Deceased). If you’re unsure what the tenuous pun in the title is all about, ask your dad. Especially if your dad is Kenneth Cope. Anyway, here it is now for you to enjoy with your eyes now. NOW….
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Viz A Viz


THIS month sees the publication of my third strip in ‘Britain’s 3rd or 4th funniest magazine (possibly 5th)’ Viz. This time around I’ve combined the cult 70s detective/ghost drama ‘Randall and Hopkirk: Deceased’ with everyone’s least favourite tabloid TV motormouth, Katie Hopkins in a strip I’ve INGENIOUSLY entitled ‘Randall and Hopkins: Deceased’. Clever, I know. Here’s a little preview:   To see how things turn out for the spectral scaremonger…
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Hello world!


Hello, world! Well, it’s been a while. Unless this is your first visit to my website, in which case it’s been no time at all. But regular readers may well have noticed that my entire website vanished from the ‘internet’ earlier this year, and remained vanished.┬áThere was, ironically enough (given the fact I’ve been writing and drawing brand-new Emlyn the Gremlin strips for The Beano) a gremlin in the works….
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