Friday, November 12, 2010


When I was 18 I thought I'd bring The Heap back to comics. It's incredible how little my shtick has changed.

Sunday, October 17, 2010


Above is another comic I did with the mighty de Barra. We collaborated again for the 24 Hour comic day anthology put together by Cliodhna Lyons. I decided to put some stuff in that would be near impossible to draw, just to drive de Barra up the wall. I didn't work. Bah! I'll get her next time. As Charles Bronson said, 'this ain't over'.

Sunday, July 4, 2010


I came up with a war comic gag and old Salvo elaborated upon it and came up with this. He added text and changed some of mine too. He doesn't need me at all . . .the dick. He's unsure of the artistic merits of this piece but I dig it so here it is. (Click to enlarge of course).

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Dog Christ on The Afternoon Show.

Here is a still from the Rabid Dog Christ's brief/controversial stint as celebrity correspondent on RTE's The Afternoon Show. Montrose have destroyed all the tapes from this happy period.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Windell's Unsung Hero - CAR MAN!

After being run over by a radioactive car, Jack Fender became Car Man. Car Man has the speed and strength of a car. He is built like a Buick. He has the ability to communicate with cars. He has his own inbuilt radio on which he picks up emergency police calls.

Car Man was invented by Windell Comics staffer Howie Krump who said of his creation 'I saw all these heroes like Bat Man or Aqua Man and I thought why not Car Man. Kids much prefer cars to bats and water. I mean who gives a damn about water? Water? ...Jezuz, gimme a break.'

'As long as you're not in front of it or under it, the car is your friend' was the famous phrase used by Car Man to warn his young readers about road safety. Since then, Car Man has undergone a reimagining (pictured above) and is now a dark and morally ambiguous character. These days, Car Man is far more likely to issue threats like 'so buddy, how about I make you eligible for disabled parking?' than show a child how to use traffic lights. Although the new Car Man is a best seller, it's not popular with everyone. As Car Man creator Krump himself opines: 'My Car Man was a hero. He's just a nut now. I don't like the way he drinks and weeps because he can't stop sleeping with hookers. It's weird. Real shame I've no rights to the character but that was Milt Windell for ya.'

Sunday, April 25, 2010


I remember copying elements of the background in the opening scene and the look of Mimi from Gary Panter's Pee Dog. I didn't have the actual comic but some pages were sampled in an interview with him that appeared in a NY punk magazine called Forced Exposure. Another influence (probably) was growing up listening to sermons like THIS.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Covers of the Fuggers That Never Were:

Due to lukewarm demand and a reluctance to piss another €1000 up against the wall, these are The Fuggers that never were.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Lord is Your Shepherd!

Psalm 23. From the pages of All Rise. Click to enlarge, left click, choose view image or whatever it says.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Last Dins Dins

15th century mural recently unearthed in Milan during an excavation of Duke Ludovico Sforza's wine cellar. (Click to enlarge and see masterful details. Right click, then select 'view image' to enjoy entire composition . . .you bleedin' Muppet)