SMOO #7 available for pre-order

SMOO #7 is available for pre-order now!

This issue of SMOO is about the countryside I grew up in. Split over three zines, a map, and a letter, it deals with memories, trying to live in the now, and what happens when you revisit your home, many years later.

  • 88 pages of comics across 3 A6 zines (148 mm x 105 mm)
  • fold out map (297 x 210mm)
  • a letter (210 x 148 mm)
  • B&W throughout

The zine costs £4 plus shipping.

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SMOO #6 gets a write-up on The Comics Journal

Wow. Smoo #6 gets a write-up on The Comics Journal, thanks to Rob Clough. First time ever on TCJ!

Read it here.


If you like what you read, why not take a look at some of my comics, and consider browsing my online shop. You might like to buy something, or, alternatively, explore some of the distros and shops that carry SMOO and the rest of their amazing stock.

Smoo #5: pre-order now!

EDIT: the deadline for pre-orders is bed-time on Sunday 15th April 2012!

Smoo #5 is available now for pre-order. This comic is about the year I spent living in Falmouth. I’ve been trying to write these stories for a long time now, and this is what finally came out. I’m very proud of it. I hope you like it too. Previews below.

Benefits of pre-ordering: As well as getting a slightly lower cover price, pre-ordering will (problems notwithstanding) enable you to get your copy before it officially debuts at TCAF at the start of May*. All being well, the comics will be sent out at the end of April.

Details: A5, 40 pages of pencil drawn comics.

UK: £3.00

Everywhere else*: £4.00

Click here to place your pre-order.

*TCAF attendees note: if you would like to pre-order the comic and collect it from me in person in Toronto, choose the ‘UK’ option when pre-ordering. It’ll save you P&P that way!

Smoo #4: AVAILABLE NOW!

Smoo#4 is now available to buy from my shop. This issue deals, in an abstract sort of way, with being a teenager, and then, years later, realising that for all you don’t feel like one, you find yourself being a grown up. It was written in response to my parents moving away from Marlow, the small town in SE England where I spent my teenage years. Each copy comes with a print of a hand-drawn map of the town and, while stocks last, a tourist postcard and excerpts from the local newspaper, “The Marlow Free Press”. A shorter version was released at Thought Bubble last November. That was reviewed here.

A5, 28pp. White card cover.

£3.00 (UK)

£4.00 (anywhere else)

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