Jennifer Wilde – A Point & Click Adventure Game

11 10 2017

wonderfully moody ‘Jennifer Wilde’ – A Point & Click Adventure Game with some exclusive rewards!

At the start of the Jazz Age in Paris in 1921, young French artist Jennifer Chevalier becomes embroiled in death, espionage and revolution which takes her across the three nations of France, England and Ireland – ably assisted by the ghost of Oscar Wilde. 



Official Lone Wolf and Cub Kickstarter

8 03 2016

Lone Wolf and Cub is an inspirational piece of work that has influenced a number of Western comic book creators such as Frank Miller. This seminal piece of Japanese manga history is now being mooted as a potential motion comic project on Kickstarter!

From the Kickstarter page

Kazuo Koike and SoraSeed, Inc. are teaming up to produce the official motion comic ofSamurai Lone Wolf. This project will bring together the technical know-how of digital motion and effects from the game industry, and the storyboard production and camera expertise from the anime industry to breathe new life into this mortal ballet of sword masters and ninja warriors for the digital era.


Introducing ‘Hilbert’s Place’

31 01 2016

I’ve begun work on a short comic book narrative that aims to explore possibilities with transmedia storytelling. The main protagonist (Hilbert), is someone who has been transformed into a being with incredible cosmic powers (and yes I was, and still am a huge fan of Jack Kirby!). I’ve created some initial sketches and ideas for a short-form comic book story. There is also a Twitter feed that features some of Hilbert’s thoughts and stories @hilbertsplace. I hope you enjoy the development of the story and please feel free to follow the feed and ‘converse’ with Hilbert! The comic will be coming out soon on various platforms.


Free Webinar – MotionArtist 1.2

21 01 2014

Head over to for a free webinar on their motion comic production software ‘MotionArtist’. Free Webinar – MotionArtist 1.2 New Features Overview and Introduction to MotionArtistTV.

Free Webinar – MotionArtist 1.2 New Features Overview and Introduction to MotionArtistTV.

So I relented … Plus one other thing

4 12 2012

Some time ago I wrote that I wouldn’t be buying an iPad in the near future. To be honest, I’d forgotten all about that particular post until I spotted it glaring at me today. The truth is I’m now an owner of a iPad and have the obligatory Comixology “App”. So what changed … Thinking purely from a consumer’s perspective, I think it was one of the best electronic purchases I ever made. I am an avid reader of comic books, of all genres and demographics. The iPad allows me to download just about any comic book title I would have bought in a comic book store, at anytime day or night. While I hope this isn’t the death of the comic book store, I do hope it helps to broaden the reach of comic book culture. The recent outcry against female cosplayers indicates that there’s more work to be done before comic book culture becomes a welcoming and accessible medium to all types of people. (Some interesting debates and comments)

To summarise, when I think of the growing maturity and diversity of the comic book medium, I find myself asking “If comic books have grown up … shouldn’t we?”