For the first time, I have printed versions of four of my most enduring comics available for sale through my online store. Full details of these books, including how to buy the mega value pack!
Today I am proudly announcing that I have signed a contract with Scribe Publications for my debut graphic novel The Town Without Television. I explain this good news in a short 3-minute video.
In conjunction with its 10-year anniversary, I am now offering printed comic book versions of Rat Park for the first time. These comics are now listed on my online store for A$10 per book. I am offering bulk purchase options for groups who want to buy larger quantities.
Announcing a brand new offer: if you join my Patreon campaign pledging $15 per month or more, I will send you a pack of eight greeting cards. I explain this offer in full.
I have just launched an online store to sell greeting cards, postcards and art prints featuring my cartoon artwork. This blog post shows my first two illustrations that this merchandise will feature.
Every two years I publish a list of the books which I read during that period. Here is my 2019-21 list, featuring "The Disaster Artist" by Greg Sestero as my favourite book from that period.
I am launching the Tannis MacBeth Memorial Fund as a crowdfunding campaign to support my comic The Town Without Television.
I pay my respects to Professor Tannis MacBeth of the University of British Columbia (UBC), who died in 2021. Tannis was the academic whose work I profile in my comic The Town Without Television.
A classic study into the impact of television on a community. In 1973, researchers studied the last remaining Canadian town without TV reception, and ran ‘before’ and ‘after’ experiments. A comic about Professor Tannis MacBeth and her 'Notel experiment'.