Stewart Moore is a comics creator working on something special for a future edition of Dogbreath. He has also kindly allowed us to post the following strip here. Presenting-
The Kill Fee!
As always, click on the pages to view a larger version.
New to Zarjaz, Judge Dredd- Rich Pickings sees trouble at the latest big-time sport to hit the sticky streets of M-C 1. Writer Derek Hamill and Zarjaz Favourite George Coleman dig deep to pull a juicy one out for you!
Scotch Corner has another familiar name over there today- Kev Levell is one of the most outstanding artists working today- here he talks briefly about his work, and displays a Durham Red piece.
Over on Everything Comes Back To 2000AD, Mike Donachie takes time from raising his fine crop of ankle biters to review FQ18.
Over at the rather splendid Scotch Corner, Art-droid Neil Roberts talks about his life in comics, and brings his Wulf Sternhammer cover for Dogbreath 22 to the table! Hopefully Neil will be back in the pages of Zarjaz before long with more of Al Ewings ‘sequals’
As the evidence shows- The comics are now on their way! This little lot took three nights to prep, and involved lots of help from both Micro and Nano Bolt. And it cost me £140 to post out, including comics to OZ and Spain! Expect the patter of thrill-powered packages from monday on.
In Zarjaz 12 we take the time to introduce you to Constable Dredd, as he walks the Cursed Beat in victorian era England. By Rich McAuliffe and Mark Chilcott.
Over in Dogbreath 24, we present Death of a Mutant by Mark Pexton and Toby Philp, which sees Johnny making a trip to MK to help police with their enquiries…
In other news- the post is all ready to go- all contributors and shops should have copies of the new comics by the end of the week.
Remember to enjoy Thrill power resonsibly- we don’t want burned out receptors.