Friday, 28 February 2014

The Good Guys

100% Biodegradable contributor and all round jolly nice chap Neil Alexander will be launching his anarchic superhero comic series 'Good Guys' at the Cardiff Comic Convention this weekend. Comics are £3 each, or £5 for both.
The tagline for the series is:
'Saving the world that’s not in peril. Good Guys don’t give up, even when nobody needs them.' So you're sure to encounter happy hijinks and joyous carnage aplenty.
If you're not attending the convention, they are both available on his newly revamped website here:
If you are attending the convention then please pop along to Neil's stall an give him some money and a hug (he particularly enjoys big sweaty man-hugs. Can't get enough of 'em).
He also has a Facebook page, which you can 'like' in an attempt to make Neil feel popular and handsome and stuff here:


Saturday, 8 February 2014

Issue 3 Preview - Life and Death

Coming next's a preview page from Life and Death by David Hailwood and Denis Vermesse, appearing in 100% Biodegradable in March.           

A bit more about the artist:  'Denis Vermesse is a former student of Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris and Parsons School of Design, New York. He has published erotic art in BD Adult, France, and a series of of graphic stories in magazine Phylactère, France. He lives and works in Lille, France.'

Issues 1 and 2 of the digital comic anthology are available to buy for a mere 69p/$0.99 here:

and here:

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Issue 3 Preview - Diver Down

With February upon us, I figured it was time to show a few previews of those strips coming up in Issue 3.

To kick things off, here's a preview page from the beautifully atmospheric Diver Down by Mark Bertolini and Carl Yonder (colours by Michael Littlefield Bielaski and letters by Jeff McClelland).  

A bit more about the creative team: 

"Mark Bertolini is a Toronto-based writer who braves the many months of winter by hunkering down and writing comics books. His notable works include the post-apocalyptic OGN “Long Gone” from UK Publisher AAM Markosia, his supervillain deconstruction “Breakneck” from 215 Ink, and the grindhouse mashup “Scum of the Earth” from Action Lab Danger Zone. He enjoys pro wrestling, music, and beards."

You can learn more about Mark's work at:

"Growing up a military brat, Carl Yonder and his family traveled around the country and eventually the world. With all of the relocating, his parents and his artwork were the two biggest constants in his life. Over the years, his initial love of art developed into a passion, which he continues to pursue primarily through sequential art and painting.

Currently illustrating the comic Pirate Eye – a hardboiled take on the high seas – written by Josiah Grahn (published quarterly through Action Lab Comics), Carl also has several other comic stories in various stages of development. All of these projects allow him the opportunity to experiment with his art and continue to travel."

You can see more of Carl's artwork at:

Issue 3 of 100% Biodegradable is due out mid-March.

Issues 1 and 2 are available at the following places:

Stay tuned for more previews soon!