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.
I thought that was it for guest comics this time around and then this beauty arrived in my inbox courtesy of the great TS Comics guys M&M. Not only have they managed to blend our two comics brilliantly, there is also a reference to an old favourite of mine Complaint Chief.
Thanks M&M! And please check out TS Comics while you are online!
This time the guest artist stays in the family. “Motherhood. Madly Doodled.” is by my talented wife, Alison, who is also the other person our son pings his thoughts off. Alison has illustrated a couple of books and has her own art journal/site where she shares her process and illustrations. Well worth a read everyone!
I hope there will be more “Motherhood. Madly Doodled.” in the near future! Until then please check out her site drawingpaynes.wordpress.com or on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for more of her work.
Today’s guest comic is brought to you by man of many talents – Jon Esparza, who is the busy creator of several comics over at his Crazyverse (Mike and Mindy, Peppertown and Bubblefox). They are all available on his site so go check them out when you have a minute! Just click here
Jon is also incredibly supportive of other peoples’ webcomics on Twitter and one of the first people ever to retweet my comic, which I am eternally grateful for.
Thanks for the support Jon and thanks for the great guest comic which is a sequel to one I made for him a while back! You can see that one here
Here’s the first ever guest comic by an actual squirrel. “Squirrelhood. Badly Doodled.” sounds like it could become a successful spin-off along the lines of Frasier or….some other successful TV spin-off.
Diary of a Squirrel was one of the first webcomics I binge read and it always makes me smile, so why not give it your own binge reading over at http://diaryofasquirrel.blogspot.co.uk/
Thanks Mr Squirrel!
It’s GUEST COMIC TIME again! And today it’s the co-winner of last year’s not-so-famous “Santa Poopy Competition” – the creator of the fabulous and beautifully illustrated DazzWorld, Ben BD.
The situation in “Fatherdazz. Badly Dazzled.” is so familiar to me and I have been in many of these situations over the years (and I am sure there are more on the way!). Parenting can be very embarrassing like that!
Please check out his great comic which is one of my absolute favourites at the moment – with a style that reminds me of the many great European comics I read as a child. Ben’s also got a great competition going at the moment so check that out as well. All you need to do is create a monster! Although I haven’t done it myself yet. Sorry Ben…
Back in November we created a competition to see who could design the best Santa Poopy. The winners would get (other than the fame and the riches) a chance to be written in to one of my future comics. “That would be easy” I thought to myself. Well, it wasn’t. So I asked my son and and co-writer for an idea and this is what he came up with.
The two winners were the incredibly talented and all round good guys, Crispin Wood of Small Blue Yonder fame and Ben, the creator of DazzWorld! Check them out. They are very funny and loads better at drawing than I am.
ps. My son insists on calling Bernius the Blue, Dazz, just in case readers of DazzWorld are wondering what is going on here!
Art by Oskar Rasmussen, 5
Title “On the spacestation when Peter is an old man who is fat.
Oskar: “This will take forever!”
Peter: “It won’t take forever…maybe you’re right, I was wrong”
Written by: Oskar Artwork inspired by: Oskar
“Kids in Blankets” by Alison Rasmussen