Friday, 22 July 2016

My wife, Rachel Birkett, has a painting in an exhibition at this venue. If anyone is partial to a bit of art and finds themselves in the Elephant & Castle area of London on the specified dates please come along. It's free. (The one in the ad here is by someone else.)

Here website is here:  www.rachelbirkett.co.uk

Monday, 18 July 2016

Mick McMahon and me signing the new Cursed Earth book in Gosh in London on Saturday July 16th. 2016.

Thursday, 21 April 2016


Pub quiz question: What is the singer Prince's real first name? You'll have to look that one up. So many going. In his case too soon too young. He bought the artwork for this cover from me for $300. I've just been corrected. He paid me $3000. A gentleman in every respect!

Saturday, 2 April 2016


This has been announced so I can show it here. "Judge Dredd the Cursed Earth Uncensored" cover. Mick and I will be signing copies in Gosh in London on July 16th. Hope to see you there.

Thursday, 3 March 2016


Here's the sort of thing I was doing back in 1972 - before I was a comic artist.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016






Back in 1973 I was at art school and I was required to write a dissertation as part of the final year. I told them it would be about comics. In those days comics weren't as prominent as they are today, and completely absent from art schools. At the time I was besotted with the work of a relatively new artist (to me) Neil Adams.  Without telling anyone I decided the whole dissertation would be about him. I submitted the finished thing and I was summoned to the office of the tutor in charge of dissertations. Since he'd never heard of Neil Adams he wasn't sure I hadn't made him up and the whole thing wasn't an elaborate hoax. I convinced him he was real and I was genuine (he conceded that Adams was a very good draughtsman) and I got quite a good mark.

All this to show what a big Neil Adams fan I've always been. I inked him once before but I've just seen this and I wish I could show it to the 22 year old me. All credit to the colourist who added immeasurable amounts of zing.