Melksham Comic Con
Well, this weekend saw us at Melksham Comic Con, the first convention I've been able to get to since my son Greyson was born and boy, was I glad to get back in the saddle! Joe Cape #2 was released and well received. I caught up with a lot of friends I have not seen in far too long including Jon Lock (who was launching Heavenly Chord #2), Vince Hunt (Red Mask from Mars), Owen Watts (Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel) and Dani Abram (who was launching Worry Wart - a fantastic read that we'll come back to in a moment), among many others. Put it this way, at the pub afterwards we needed to put four tables side by side and p
Superheroes Ltd is undergoing a change of name. From issue 2 onwards, the series will be titled Joe Cape.
Wait, What? Why?
I previously posted about Arcadia getting accepted for digital distribution via Comixology. I also submitted issue 1 of Superheroes Ltd whilst working on issue 2. Comixology rejected the submission recently, stating they were concerned about a potential trademark issue.
Upon further investigation, it turns out that Marvel and DC jointly own a trademark for the word "superhero", including all of it's permutations. "Superhero", "super-hero", "super hero",
Good morning one and all! We've got updates and news galore today, so sit back, relax, and take in some awesome new news!Who's Who In Superheroes Ltd #2
As Superheroes Ltd #2 progresses nicely, I figured it would be a good idea to let you in on who's who and what's happened between issues 1 and 2.
Joe Cape: Still unemployed after the events of issue 1, Joe has decided he's going to use his powers to help the people of the city, whether he's licensed or not! Hiding his face, and with law enforcement in pursuit of his new alter ego, Joe is trying to find out where the mech that attacked in issue 1 came from, who built it, and if there could b
First of all, Kitacon!
I literally just got back in the door from this year’s Kitacon and wow, it’s easily still the most insanely fun convention the UK has to offer! While I wasn’t selling at Kitacon, I did get the chance to catch up with some fellow creators and held a panel called “How to Draw Your Own Comic Or Manga”, which people found to be very helpful. Unfortunately, the panel was not filmed but I do intend on releasing a video of the presentation slides with myself talking over them. I can’t reproduce the talk verbatim because there were some deviations and tangential subjects that I simply cann
First of all, let's talk comics! Superheroes Ltd now has a complete roadmap - this means I know what's going to happen in the long term, roughly how long the series will be and how it will all end. I am also going to be working on a second series called A Traitor's Reasons, which you'll hear more about later on. To keep my mind and eyes sharp I'll be alternating between the two projects. I'm going to draw one issue of Superheroes Ltd, followed by one issue of A Traitor's Reasons, then another Superheroes Ltd, then another issue of A Traitor's - you get the idea. If you've not read the first issue of Superheroes Ltd yet you can purchase a