Friday 12 October 2012


Hey guys, as a favour to a good buddy of mine, I've offered the raffle prize of having your likeness drawn into a future episode of 2000AD's Defoe AND you get to keep the original page! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be immortalised in 2000AD for the ridiculously low price of a £2.50 ticket!!!

The raffle is to raise money for O2's THINK BIG, a charity designed to hep young people's ideas become a reality. 

To win a chance to be drawn in Defoe, either as a zombie or zombie victim:

1. Head to THIS LINK

2. Donate £2.50 for a ticket, leaving your name and confirmation in the comments that this is for the 2000AD raffle (obviously you can buy as many as you'd like).

3. Email John that you have donated for a ticket at John.Singleton@O2.COM and this will confirm your place in the raffle.

4. The winner will be notified at the end of the month at which point you will need to provide a good quality head shot of yourself. Please bare in mind that you may not receive the page until later in 2013 due to publication schedules.

(I should add that I offer this prize solely as the artist of the strip. 2000AD is not affiliated with this raffle in any way.)

GOOD LUCK! And whilst we're talking about good causes, may I point you in the direction of this!

Scott Turner is a nice chappy who has started the week long HERNE BAY HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL , a charity event for raising money for the KENT AIR AMBULANCE. He's gone above and beyond organising all manner of cool things like zombie workshops, the zombie ball,film night and the epic zombie crawl!

Theres a charity raffle that I know 2000AD have donated some books as prizes, I've donated a signed Defoe book, and Scott himself has donated the zombie sketch I drew him at a convention a couple of years back.

So if you're in the area please check it out and tell them I sent you!


Saturday 6 October 2012


Have you ever wanted to know what my favourite colour is, or if I prefer sunsets or sunrises? WELL TOUGH BOOBIES because I don't talk about any of that in this interview with Steve Morris for COMICS BULLETIN!!!