What would we look like in the past is something we’ve always wanted to know. Who doesn’t like a bit of time travel? Thanks to this great guest comic by Andrew Fraser we now know. Check out Andrew’s work here or on Twitter where he shares his versatile range of comics and topical cartoons.
Jon Esparza is our next guest artist. Jon is the creator of the lovable and inflatable Bubble Fox, which I believe is 5 this year as well. If you follow comics on Twitter you will most certainly have come across his fantastic work there. We’ve made many guest comics for each other over the years and a recurring theme has been to inflate each others’ characters. Oskar has always been left out of this until now. Now it’s his turn…
Today’s guest comic by comic strip supremo Kim Belding, creator of Picpak Dog, is a scary one. Scary because it is incredibly accurate, which makes me wonder how he would know about this. How does he know my son’s room looks like it was destroyed by 50 savage dogs? How does he know that my son never tidies his room…? How…?
Here’s the first guest comic for my 5th anniversary courtesy of the fantastic Chris Grabowski of Poorly Drawn Thoughts. Go check his comic here but don’t arrange any playdates at his house. His son has swords and doesn’t seem afraid to use them.
It’s time for another guest comic and today’s it’s by South London’s finest punster Tom Nash aka. Tut & Groan. Although Tom might be right that some of his comics are not suitable for children, he does have a huge fan in my son (who only gets to see the ones I handpick!). So big that my son has produced his own guest comics for Tut & Groan over the last year. I am sure there are more on the way.
Thanks Tom – and please check out the brilliant Tut & Groan here: www.tutandgroan.com and on all social media platforms.
One of my absolute favourite comics at the moment is the fab Diary of a Squirrel. I had no idea squirrels were that funny and maybe it’s only Canadian squirrels because the ones that live here in the UK don’t seem to have a comedy gene. Anyway, you must check out the comic over here! In the meantime – here is my homage.
A few weeks ago I got great surprise from Finland! The talented cartoonist and carpenter, Esa Holopainen, sent me this great guest comic with a Finnish twist! I love it. I have never been to Finland but if it was THIS easy to travel there I’d go there now.