DOGBREATH 30 Now Available.

Art By Jim Lavery- Click to see larger version.

The longest running 2000 AD fanzine is back with 6 new strips featuring the world of the Strontium Dog. Dogbreath 30 also contains the latest chapters of Leigh Shepherds case by case history of the Strontium Dog. All wrapped in a cover by rising star Jim Lavery. 48 pages for the amazing price of £3.00.

Strips:

Durham Red- Come On You Reds by writer Luke Foster and artist P. L. Woods

Luke Foster (Writer: Durham Red- Come on you reds) Wanted: for committing excessive acts of cartooning. A complete archive of his crimes can be found at http://centerofsomewhere.com. He resides in a far-off colony world named “America.”

P L Woods (Art: Durham Red- Come on you reds) (AKA: Pencils Pete) Wanted; the notorious criminal Pencils Pete last seen in the vicinity of the Londinum area, crimes include hoarding and gathering of pencils, terrible jokes and bad puns. Previous victims of his crimes include Zarjaz, Food Chain and FutureQuake. His online activities can be traced to www.plwoods.weebly.com If seen prepare for terrible surreal puns.

Middenface- The Wee Nap by writer Gavin Johnston and artist Simon Bennett Hayes

Gavin Johnston (Writer: Middenface- The Wee Nap) Office drone who occasionally writes comics for attention. Wanted for witchcraft and poor grammar. Evidence of his crimes at modernpanther.wordpress.com

Simon Bennett Hayes (Art: Middenface- The Wee Nap) Wanted Dead or alive. Wanted in 8 systems and 240 worlds for shocking crimes of violence and vandalism against paper and pencils.

Strontium Dog- Cart of Darkness by writer Mark Howard and artist Jim Lavery

Mark Howard (Writer: Cart of Darkness) Wanted for vagrancy, contrary notions and having a big mouth. Last seen escaping (very slowly) on a barge.

Jim Lavery (Art: Cover, Cart of Darkness) WANTED For crimes against personal hygiene, impersonating wildlife and wearing outlandish undergarments. Jim Lavery, AKA: Lavo, AKA: the Earl of Funk, AKA: Don Shlong. Last heard bothering twitter: @jimlavery1

Strontium Dog- Tremor wings by writer Jim Alexander and artist Barry Renshaw

Jim Alexander (Writer: Tremor wings) Wanted for the crime of co-creator of Calhab Justice, which was good fun to start out with until the writer decided to climb up his rear passage. Subsequent literary misdemeanours include Wolf Country, Metal Hurlant and GoodCopBadCop.


Barry Renshaw (Art: Tremor wings) Wanted for crimes against vermicious wangdoodles and facial hair. Alias include Engine Comics. Reward: Three tons of grateful hornswagglers. Last seen in vacinity of www.barryrenshaw.co.uk.




Strontium Dogs- The First Day by writer Matt Sharp and artist David Broughton

Matt Sharp (Writer: The First Day) Sometime writer of Rookie’s Guides and parts thereof (and Stuff). Wanted for callous disregard for word limits and excessive verbosity. Sentence: Unknown, but it almost certainly has far too many words in it.

David Broughton (art: The First Day) has drawn various comic strips for Zarjaz, Dogbreath and other small press publications. visit his blog for more information and illustrations at http://dbroughton.blogspot.co.uk/ or email him at dbroughton@hotmail.co.uk

Tales of the Doghouse- The Second Chumming by writer Matt Sharp and artist Bruce McLaren

Matt Sharp (Writer: The Second Chumming) Sometime writer of Rookie’s Guides and parts thereof (and Stuff). Wanted for callous disregard for word limits and excessive verbosity. Sentence: Unknown, but it almost certainly has far too many words in it.

Bruce McLaren (Art: The Second Chumming) This dangerously unhinged cyborg has reconstructed itself from old agricultural machinery, with state-of-the-arse arm upgrades. Last sighted pulling the wings off chickens at a remote haggis farm in Moray.
Still only £3.00, you don’t deserve it! Available from the FQP Webshop!

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