Saturday, 31 December 2011

Signing off now for the year...

... and wishing you all a very happy and prosperous 2012.
Dave W and Colin M.

Saturday, 24 December 2011

And the latest anthology ... PREDATORS.

This one came from a Lego Underwater set I think ... last one will be Robot Shorts over on my own personal blog... as this is at the printers and hopefully will be ready very early in January 2012.

Thursday, 22 December 2011

The Man Of ... Lego.

and Martin Flink's wonderful The Man Of Glass...
.. pretty much as it came, just added a little paint here and there.

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Lego Western Anthology.

Here's the Western Anthology figure. No modification required on this one. The next one is the one that started my doing this. It's Samuel Close from my little Strange Times webcomic and hard cover book, and will be posted over on my own blog.

Saturday, 17 December 2011

Accent UK books in Lego...part 3

So, having posted The Lego Wolfmen over on my own blog, it's the turn of the Robots Anthology, which is still my favourite. This one took very little adapting, whereas the Wolfmen figure involved merging two different figures together.
Next up, WESTERN.

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Accent UK books in Lego...

I got a little hooked on these Lego figures.

It all started when I saw that one of them could be easily adapted into Samuel Close, of my little Strange Times book, and went from there. I thought I'd share them with you here, and over on my blog, I'll put one up every day or so.

So ... the first one is the ZOMBIES anthology, and required no modification at all.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

WesterNoir ... a great start.

I just posted some details about a new book in development over at
Co-created by myself, Andy Bloor and Gary Crutchley, this is to be a 4 issue mini-series that will be edited by Colin. It is a merging of the Western and Film Noire genres and follows the story of central character Josiah Black as he follows the expansionism of the pilgrims in the Old West.
The first issue is well on the way thanks largely to the passion and talent of Gary, and is hoping to see print early in 2012.