A Marty McFly commission I did at Thought Bubble last weekend.
I’m going to be at Thought Bubble, Leeds Comic Art Festival this weekend from the 23rd to the 24th of November. I’ll be sharing a table with my comics partner in crime (and also my CRIME partner in crime), Mark Pearce, hocking our various comics, prints, sketches and sultry looks to the unsuspecting public. I’ve got copies of Issue One AND Two of Big Jimmy, while you can snag all three issues of Mark’s awesome Ronin Dogs. THATS the kind of swag that Justin Biebers would spit on his young fans to get his hands on! Check us out in New Dock Hall at Table 64!
While you’re there you’d be some kind of silly non-Belieber to miss a chance to check out other amazing artists in New Dock Hall like Jess Bradley-Bove at Table 173, John-Paul Bove at Table 172, Jon Lock at Table 113, Nich Angell at Table 114, Rob Cureton at Table 98 and Andrew Scaife at Table 84.
See you up North!
Issue 2 of Big Jimmy is now on sale at my Big Cartel Shop! Jimmy, Cheezdood, Candyhead and the forth character; a casual attitude towards violence are all back in two “hilarious” “tales”. In the first story, Jimmy continues his accidental adventure through the world of deadly battle tournaments, coming up against a foe much stronger and monstrous than him. Can his parents give him the confidence he needs to win the day? Then in story two, Candyhead and Cheezdood go on a babe hunt, with DEADLY CONSEQUENCES!
I’m going to be sharing a table with Marvelous Mark Pearce at MCM Comic Con at the Excel Centre, London from Friday 25th of October until Sunday 27th! We’re going to be in the comic village at table CC2 surrounded by an embarrassingly giant number of awesome comic creators.
I’ve got issue 1 & 2 of Big Jimmy, along with some other comics and prints. Mark has all 3 issues of his amazing Space-Fantasy-Epic Ronin Dogs, plus his own eye melting prints that you’d be crazy not to sacrifice the solidity of your eye balls for!
But that ain’t not even all the stuff that ain’t there! While you’re at the con check out the world of wonder created by Jess Bradley-Bove, the sweet-ass robo-colours of John-Paul Bove, the smooth smooth jazz that is the art of Lewis Terry, the musical majesty of Rob Cureton’s Scene City, and the dynamically dynamite duo that is Deakin and Marisa Brook! All fantastic artists that will make your lives better by gazing upon their wonders (AND NO DESPAIR!)
So what are you waiting for? Time travel one week into the future and check it all out now! Tell ‘em last week’s James sent ya!
Big Jimmy #2 is almost ready for action!
Here’s Jimmy’s Mum, Wendy Feldspar, back in her heyday as Warrior Champion of the Triumph Of The Solar System Battle Tournament. Can tales of her rise to victory inspire Jimmy to his own victory? Or will they just sound like the farts of parents in his ear? Find out at MCM London Comic Con from 25-27th of October!
(Big Jimmy #1 is available at my Big Cartel store now!)
What the…Hey its BIG JIMMY #2!
Howdy stranger! If things have gone wrong then I’m talking to myself and you’ve got a wet towel wrapped around your head. Now, whatever your name is get ready for a big surprise; Big Jimmy #2 is on its way! Jimmy, Cheezdood, Candyhead and the forth character; a casual attitude towards violence are all back in two “hilarious” “tales”. In the first story, Jimmy continues his accidental adventure through the world of deadly battle tournaments, coming up against a foe much stronger and monstrous than him. Can his parents give him the confidence he needs to win the day? Then in story two, Candyhead and Cheezdood go on a babe hunt, with DEADLY CONSEQUENCES!
Big Jimmy #2 will be on sale at my table throughout MCM London Comic Con at the end of the month, then it will be up on my Bigcartel shop along with issue 1 (still on sale!). I’ll also be at the Thought Bubble Festival towards the end of November so get ready to catch Jimmy-fever! (seriously get ready, its a diarrhoea related illness)
Predator (1987) I’m going to put it out there; Predator is Arnold’s best performance. When he’s not flexing or machine gunning trees to death there are a few moments where he makes Dutch really calm, nuanced and charming. Then he turns into a roaring jungle man with a torch, which is much better than any acting or whatever.