It's all about the narrative, whether it's a Surreal Murder Mystery, Pulp Fiction or Heroic escapades, my artwork allows the story to be told. My influence and inspiriation comes from Rod Serling's Twilight Zone, Nigel Kneale's Quatermass, Edgar Allan Poe, the comics of Lee and Kirby with everything else I've ever seen or heard mixed in, Humour within the surreal, macabre and bizarre often simply the twists that end the stories, the punchline is all important.
Sliced and Diced is a 32 page b/w and red comic that ends this story. The 5th gruesome murder takes place and Watkins finally gets to know what Punchline has known for some time, the identity of the killer and the identity of the 5th victim. This final issue reveals all and has the heroes fighting for their lives against a surprise serial killer, but expect the unexpected, this is surreal.
Meat is Murder is a 32 page black, white and red comic and the second of three issues in the story 'The Butcher of Banner Cross. The third and fourth gruesome murders take place and the Police are still baffled. Punchline, a private investigator who specialises in the paranormal says he can stop the killer, but only after it takes it's fifth victim. 'It has to be surreal and serial to be funny'.
Punchline is the first of three issues in the story 'The Butcher of Banner Cross.
This 32 page black, white and red comic is the fourth title in CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series.
When a second gruesome murder takes place in Banner Cross, the police investigation is complicated by the arrival of Watkins, a Government Agent and Punchline, an investigator who specialises in the paranormal
This comic book narrative blends steampunk science with historical facts to create a celebration of the centenary of the invention of stainless steel.
Stainless Steel 1913 is the origin story of a WWI Superhero and a new metallic alloy created by Harry Brearley in Sheffield, England.
The narrative reflects the spirit of the age as storm clouds gather over Europe in this 32 page comic.
How would Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men respond to the current political and economic climate in the UK? How will they react when placed just seven years into future and the dystopian nightmare of 2020?
Find out in this 32 page full colour first issue of Robin Hood 2020.
This is a political action thriller with some humour and asks enough questions to make you want to read Issue Two.
The Plague Village UFO Mystery, is a 37 page full colour comic.
In 1665 Eyam in Derbyshire suffered an outbreak of plague that killed almost two thirds of the population. Exactly, three hundred years later UFO's were detected over the village and the next morning Jenny Taylor wakes up to find that the rest of the villagers have disappeared.
Carnacki and Hannay are called to solve the mystery
Meadowhell Part Two is a 32 full colour comic that ends the first of CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery Series. The story contains all the remaining clues and the solution and the identity of the killer is revealed. Have a fun read and please do have nightmares
Song, the Man in the White Suit is a masked Harlem PI whose partner has been murdered. This final issue has Song with help from the Secret and Nikola Tesla facing off against Aleister Crowley. The narrative includes the origin of Abercrombie and the Man in the White Suit, plus the secrets of Luger and the fate of Scarlet Rose.
Song, the Man in the White Suit is a masked Harlem PI who has relocated to Midtown, only to see his new partner, Ace Pilot murdered.
The second issue: New Yorker has Song and Secret meeting Nikola Tesla, the legendary electrical genius and Song faces Aleister Crowley, the English Occultist and Beast. There are Nazis, ninjas and lots of masked characters.
The Man in the White Suit is the first comic from CDComics Pulp Fiction Series. Part One is 40 full colour pages and introduces Song a masked Harlem PI who while investigating his partners murder realises he has bitten of more than he can chew.
When his new partner is murdered he is pull into a web of intrigue and double cross that involves Nikola Tesla and Aleister Crowley.
Part Two of The Theatre of Nightmares on the Road to Insanity is a 32 page full colour comic that ends the police investigation into this case and reveals the killer and the reason for the murders.
Football Crazy is the third in the Surreal Murder Mystery Series from CDComics and this is again macabre horror, so be prepared for a shocking outcome.
Have a fun read and please do have nightmare
The Theatre of Nightmares on the Road to Insanity is a full colour 34 page horror and football comic and the third in the Surreal Murder Mystery Series.
It follows Sheffield United's FA Cup run with games against Man Utd, Spurs and the Owls that are covered in the comic.
This is macabre humour, 'Roy of the Rovers' meets C.S.I in the Twilight Zone.
Have a fun read and please do have nightmare
The conclusion of the second story from CDComics Surreal Murder Mystery has 37 full colour pages. The secrets of the Victorian Urban Legend and the shocking truth about this murdering demon from hell are revealed.
This 35 page full colour comic has all the clues to solve the secrets surrounding the infamous Victorian bogeyman in the narrative. Spring Heeled Jack first appeared in Penny Dreadfuls in the 1860's, the comic books of their day and the demon is often referred to as the inspiration for Kane's Batman and Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Have a fun read and please do have nightmares
What drives an English nurse called Patricia Parker to fight a U-Boat full of Nazis, wearing only her underwear. This is a tongue in cheek revamp of the Domain free heroine from the Golden Age of Comics. The 42 full colour pages also introduce several supporting characters, including Churchill, Tesla, Crowley and Wotan(Thor).
This is a WWII fist fest with an occult and steampunk science subplot.
Meadowhell Part One is a 32 full colour comic and the first in a Surreal Murder Mystery Series. The story contains all the clues to solve the crime, so why not test your knowledge of the occult and solve the murders before the police. The solution and the identity of the killer is revealed in the second issue.
Warning: This comic will change the way you shop forever.