Sunday, November 27, 2005

The 2nd Twenty Four Minute Comic

Not to be confused with the minute 24 second comic.

See it here

Everyone did a cracking job.
Any comments ?

Would you do it again ?

Oh, nearly forgot the link for the photos of the Expo, including the 24 Minute comic.
Hey, how about a six-a-side comic at Bristol ? Four teams of six artists, 24 minutes to produce a six page story ...
see what happens with coffee ?

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Just 24 Minutes update

The half an hour for this activity has been booked for 12 noon until 1pm on Saturday, in the gallery area of the Expo.

We've allowed an hour because it'll be tough to wrangle all them artists together at the same time !

Currently we have the following volunteers - please let me know if you want to join in.

David Baillie
Shane Chebsey
Andy Richmond
Roger Mason
Sean Azzopardi
Jamie McKelvie
Dan Fish
Andrew Luke
Bevis Musson
Rich Johnston
Lorenzo from
Seiriol Davies
Glenn Fabry
Kev Hopgood
Henry Flint
Rufus Dayglo
Beatgirl Comics
Paul @ Doodleshed
Dave Kendall
Gordon "Big Angry Rabbit"

Places still available !

email just 1 page +at+ aol +dot+ com to take part.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

24 Minute Mini-comic #2 invites contributors

We can now confirm the date for 24 Minute Minicomic #2.

At The Comic Expo
Brighton, Saturday 19th November 2005 all contributors welcome.

All you will need to do is draw for less than half an hour !

Here is the online version of the first one, with cover by Roger Langridge and a host of web comic and small press stars,

Once again we'll have a story written by Mike Carey, similar format to the first one - ie 24 pages scripted in advance with two lines of rhyming couplet each.

Each artist will be given an A4 page with a time of day and two lines of the story. In order to aid story-telling, this time we will try and seat everyone in page order so you'll be sat net to the folks who are drawing the pages before and after yours.

It's free to take part, first 25 people who contact me will take preference, but there's a good chance that we'll need reserves, so if you turn up on the day, you'll get to draw something.

The plan is to find a local photocopy shop so that limited copies of the finished comic will be on sale by the end of the day. The story will then appear on-line and in the next edition of Just 1 Page (due May 2006).

If you missed the last one, you can find out more about the rules, about the first event and about The UK Web & Minicomix Thing where the event took place earlier in 2005.

This is hoped to be an event that in future will be linked with the annual Drawing Power campaign that is being waged during October, AND with annual 24 Hour Comic Day.

Please email me just1page +at+ aol +dot+ com if you are attending the Expo and can join in (even for just half an hour). Actual start time subject to other events on the Expo calendar.

If you know someone who might be interested in taking part, please pass this on.

Monday, October 03, 2005

24 Minute Minicomic, original art on sale and on the web

The 24MMC is now a 24MW&MC

And the artwork is for auction here:

Pat Findlay has just announced the date for next year's "THING" and all UK web comic and small press comics fans in the UK should consider going along.

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Just 1 Page #4 & Draw The World Together

Overlapping with the end of the Just 1 Page #3 auctions will be this project, which deserves everyone's support !

The aim:
To create a body of work that expresses who we are as a comics community and by doing that raise funds for the children in the world who will probably never have the opportunity to grow up in the comics world that inspired us as children and enabled us to express that as adults. A way of uniting the whole global comics community in a virtual event that will raise funds for those children less fortunate than ourselves.

The Structure:
There will be two simultaneous virtual events that will coincide at a given time. One will go out to the creative community with a request for artists (and possibly writers) to produce a piece of work. That piece of work will then be emailed back to me where it will be placed on a website. The original plus 5 signed copies will be posted to me. The other part will be a viral email campaign that will go out to the fan community. This will be to raise awareness of the project in hand and to spread the word/create a buzz. Online newsgroups and websites will publicise the project. These two campaigns will then align with two events:
On Monday 26th September pieces of work submitted will start to appear on the 'Draw the World Together' website where it will be available to view by way of potential viewers making a donation to a given charity.
On Monday 17th October a one week auction will begin (through eBay) of all the pieces of original artwork and the 5 signed copies. All funds will again go to the given charity. All news and results will be available on the site in the last week of October.

The Charity:
The designated charity for this global event is EveryChild. EveryChild is an international development charity that works with the most vulnerable and marginalised children in many of the world's poorest countries to enable them to grow up free from disease, poverty and exploitation as valued individuals within strong communities.
EveryChild. Registered charity: #1089879

The theme might well be confused with the Just 1 Page #4 one of "ANY COMIC CHARACTER, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD", should I change it ? I didn't intend to play up the football connection that I mentioned previously, but do you think I should ?
Will that put anyone off ?

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Just 1 Page 3 auctions and announcing J1P4

Please go to the Just 1 Page auction site and either spend money or make other people spend more money !
Full list and running order here:

You would be correct in thinking that I am barking mad.
Because I am going to do it again next year.

This is mostly due to the support of everyone who has asked me to, and the kings of the British Expo scene - Mike Allwood and Dez Skinn.

However, it is also because I just had a great idea.
You may have noticed that the theme I was suggesting was ANY CHARACTER, ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ?

Well next year is the Football World Cup in which England will not be competing.
(They may yet be playing in it, but recent trends suggest they will not compete.)
As Just 1 Page features artists or characters representing all the top footballing nations (check the list - Brazil, France, Northern Ireland, Greece, Birmingham, and that other one where they play good footie).


This being Just 1 Page, we're quite flexible with the rules, so you won't have to draw football players, but the first person to bagsy Shaolin Soccer gets a special mention. Use as wide a berth as you need (eg newspaper headline, football in the background, Wonder Woman as a Brazil fan, Sven Goran Erikson as a Turnip etc) but please, will someone do Roy of the Rovers, and Hotshot Hamish, and Eric Cantona, and You Are The Ref.

Sunday, August 28, 2005

Just 1 Page auctions launched (MK2)

Today I have posted the first batch of six Just 1 Page items.

You can see the full list here,
and keep an eye on the auctions here,

PLEASE spread the word.

Thursday, July 28, 2005

To the one dissatisfied Just 1 Page customer.

Thankyou for accepting your paypal refund, ignoring the magazines and extra postage that I paid in an attempt to redress the delay in receiving your magazines. I note that you did so without ever contacting me to ask about the delay. I further note that you took longer to acknowledge receipt than my delay in sending the magazines. I hope that you get some enjoyment from the magazine that has cost you nothing and can be satisfied that the investigation almost certainly resulted in the delays to the charity auctions because of eBay action that followed your complaint.

To everyone else, you should now have received your copy of Just 1 Page 3 with complimentary copy of #2. Those of you looking for the auctions, please bear with me as I await written confirmation from Childline to comply with eBay's new charity auction rules.

Those auctions will begin at the end of August, but I may not be allowed to mention the word "charity" in the eBay listings, so you'll have to remember that this is for a good cause.

No, there probably will not be a Just 1 Page #4 next year.

Monday, June 27, 2005

It was thirty years ago today, Steve Gerber taught the band to play

And it was 42 years ago today, that I was born.
(I made up the day and month, but not the year of Omega the Unknown by the way.)

Friday, June 24, 2005


I've settled in at work, and have a week off next week for birthdaying,
and more importantly to set up sixty or more eBay auctions !

So watch this space, and expect an email next week.

Address any queries to


Sunday, June 05, 2005


So, I made the decision to delay the auctions until the end of June.
Why? You may ask.

Firstly I have just come to the end of my first proper two weeks of holiday for a while, and am about to return to the new job I began at the start of May.

I've invested a lot of effort in the job, and I have four weeks to get ready for the full time, five days a week launch of the St Mary's Hospital A&E alcohol liaison work. That's what I do for a living. I know you thought I was a full time comics nerd. Or what Larry Young once flatteringly called an "internet ubiquity" (or was it ominpresence?).

I've realised in the last few days that although doing Just 1 Page is fun, it takes up time which I could better use to relax with Karen. And do selfish things that don't require me to do "stuff" for other people. And besides, no-one bought Just 1 Page, so I would have to find the time to promote it, and before that learn how to promote it.

So, I am putting Just 1 Page auctions on ice until the last week of June (when I have a week off work to have a birthday, see Patti Smith a few times and go up to Bromsgrove for a family barbeque.

This will enable me to set up all the auctions in advance and REALLY think about the running order (and it gives me a bit longer with all the lovely art).

email me if you want to help, moan or otherwise comment.

Three people did.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

The Hidden Heroes of Just 1 Page

So, as you can see in the previous post, I got all the art in (and two folks pushed the wire over their heads and did the tongue-pulling dance - mentioning no names).

But the epic task of laying out the pages took a lot longer than anyone imagined.

Thanks to Sean Azzopardi for two evenings of me moping around his computer and glowering at his BIG FAT CAT. (And to Steve for what we will refer to as "programming assistance".)

Thanks to David Baillie for a couple of emergency sessions on the old photoshop.

And to Dez Skinn for "an hour" on Bank Holiday Monday that turned into SIX HOURS IN THE COMICBOOK MANSION OF DREAMS!

Now the book is at the printers, and I'll have to wait - like everyone else - until I get to Bristol next Friday.

Check out the art previews:

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Okay then ... MEGA UPLOAD completed ...

Go here to see them all (now does anyone know a simple way to set up a webpage with thumbnail > full pic links ?)

Oh, if the person who did this:

makes themself known to me in the next twenty four hours, they'll get their name in the magazine !

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Final Furlong Just Around The Bend ...

I have been inundated with work stuff for the last few weeks and not got around to uploading more of the lovely art that people have donated. Eighty pages it is !

There are TWO statues this time, courtesy of the very excellent Jesse Farrell

I'll do the work on the website at the weekend.

Monday, March 21, 2005

The race for Just 1 Page

Alan Davis

Dave Windett

Sunday, March 20, 2005

24 Minutes from Mile End

Or the 25 and a half minute comic (due to misreading my clock and the logistics of getting the pages to everyone)

The day began at 7.24 a.m.
By eight twenty four my arms and hands ached from the two boxes of comics I wanted to give away at the Thing.

At nine twenty four, I had arrived, got my refreshments for the day and had set up the table. And then I started tracking who was here for the 24 minute challenge.

Several folks asked about taking part, so we had a list of thirty by 11.24 - the time I was ready to make announcements, although a few people did not seem to have arrived. (Thinking out loud: consider making the next one as many pages as there are volunteers.)

So it was time for my first bit of shouting of the day.
(I resisted the temptation to sing a few songs from "Calamity Jane". Thanks for asking, though.)

The idea of audience suggestions started to seem less worthwhile as I only had 19 forms handed in by the time I needed them ... so I made up 5 myself and decided to drop the "location" because things like "The Albert Hall" and "Toulouse" just seemed too much to ask anyone to draw.

So, everyone came over to collect their page instructions at 12.15
... in fact, there were 26 people (or teams) which led me to ask Bridgeen Gillespie and Ping Teo to share half a page each (sorry !) and Roger Langridge to do the cover.

At this point I should say that NEXT time, I have a few simple changes to the process. Anyone else got any suggestions?
1) preprinted pages with the page directions AND PAGE NUMBERS (!).
2) a line at the bottom for "creator's name / website"
3) a defined drawing area - as the portfolio tables were mostly taken when we started
4) a loudhailer

Anyway, back to my account of the day ...

The frantic drawing began at 12.30, and most people seemed to be happy to do so at their tables (yes, I have photos of all twenty five pages being drawn). I was going to ask Mike Carey to start the action, as he'd written the rhyming couplets which tell the story, but time and lack of a starting-gun/klaxon/siren/hand-bell meant that I did the shouting.

And at 12.54 ... I mis-read my watch ...
And at 12.55, I announced the end of the 24 minutes.

Some folks were worried that their pages were unfinished
(I told you to use the do not disturb signs !)
but there's very little lacking in the art or storytelling.

I collated the original art pages and made my "little mistake" which resulted in two of the pages have been mis-labelled - see if you can spot which ones !

By one twenty four I was in the i2design photocopy shop on Mile End Rd, who had agreed to produce the comic (and they were extremely helpful and fast and let me do most of the collating)
Unfortunately, I had a problem collating and numbering the master copy pages, so this took me about half an hour.
But the first copy was in my hand by four minutes to two.

Remarkably, by 2.45 I had eaten lunch and gotten a phone call to say that all 100 copies were ready !

And at 3.24pm the comics were on sale in the Thing Hall.
Technically that's a two hour and fifty four minute comic,
but the art is the important part !

A twenty four page comic, plus a cover, created by approximately 33 people in less than three hours !

And, the cohesion between pages created only from a 48 line "script" is most excellent. Even if someone did add an extra eye to J1P the Alien !

If anyone did not get a copy and wants to buy one, they will be on sale in Gosh, or you can send me £1 (or four first class stamps) PLUS a stamped, self-addressed envelope. (email just1page(at)aol(dot)com)

NB I am VERY SORRY for anyone's art that was misprinted or cropped in the quick photocopying stage. That was due to the time it took me to collate things.
The corrected, scanned & improved version will appear in Just 1 Page, to be launched at the Comic Expo in Bristol on May 14th & 15th.

I think the original art should be auctioned as a whole, since it really is a one-off comic, does anyone disagree ?

Thanks very much to everyone who took part, and to folks who cheered us on ! Same time next year to break the record ? (I reckon I can shave an hour off the printing process

Saturday, March 19, 2005

THE 24 Minute Mini Comic

A World Record Attempt

A comic conceived, written and drawn .. THEN PRINTED ... during the day.
24 artists (or artist and writer teams) attending the "UK Web & Mini Comix Thing" will each spend less than half an hour during the day drawing a page of minicomic. The 24 pages will then be assembled and photocopied and be available for sale by the final hour of the event.

The finished comic will also appear as an insert in Just 1 Page 3 to be published in May 2005 - which will also feature web address & contact details for all 24 Minute Mini Comic contributors.

The approximate itinerary will be as follows
(subject to the UKW&MCT events timetable)

From opening time (10am) until noon, visitors and exhibitors are invited to fill in a form with key plot elements for the story.

Suggest a location (type of building, a room in the house, geographical place etc)
Suggest an object. If you cannot attend before noon, please email me for a "suggestions form".

These suggestions will be placed into three "hats" and drawn out so that each contributor has four random things to work into their page.

There will be a "protagonist" character to appear in every page linking the story in some way. Hopefully, we'll be getting an archetypal character design sent in.

The theme of Just 1 Page 3 is Battles or Team ups, so I reckon our character should go from page to page interacting with the "guest" characters. The contributors will be able to include a character or person of their own choice. (Any comics character, including their own.)

Noon to 12.24 - The Draw and everyone assemble.
First 24 names are drawn from hat 1 to decide who draws which hour/page, there will be 24 pages each with a rhyming couplet prepared by professionals. The rhyme will have a very open description of what our character might be doing at that time of day. It is not meant to tell you what to draw, but to be a bit more interesting than "12 noon - dinner"

NEW RULE: Other than any sound effects, the only words on each page will be the rhyming sentence describing the activities of the hour - rather like in Rupert cartoons.

Then each of the suggestions are drawn - like the game consequences - so that contributors know what two things they need to fit into their page.

Page 14: 6pm-7pm, "A sandwich full of pickled jam, what a lucky chap I am!", "SPATULA", the Moon. Roger Langridge.
Page 15: 7pm-8pm, "I'll read before I go to bed, to refill the dream stuff in my head", "POSTBOX", A tool shed in The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. David Baillie.

The layout, format, content of their page is completely up to each contributor. Perhaps the protagonist should be shown walking in at the top left and out at the bottom right of each page - unless someone can think of a better "framing device" :-)

12.24pm to 12.48pm - THE 24 MINUTE COMIC
To be started by official event starter : then everyone draws their page.

I reckon A4 size would be good enough, but if anyone insists they can do it larger or smaller.

I think this'd be good to do all sat around the central stage area, so that you can discuss events with those doing the hours either side of the one you are drawing. But it could just as easily be done at the contributors tables.
Hopefully we can get someone to film it.

I will collect all the art, run off to a quiet room to paste it up and then go to a local photocopy shop which has agreed to take part

By about three o'clock, the 24 minute mini comic should be on sale.

All put together in less than four and a half hours !

If you want to discuss any of this with the group, please go

Friday, March 18, 2005

J1P3 - 24 Minute Mini Comic contributors

On Saturday March 19th, at
the UK Web & Minicomix Thing
we will be attempting to produce a record-breaking comic.

The 24 Minute Mini Comic to be completed and published on the day.

Each artist or art team will have 24 minutes to draw a page based on certain keywords or phrases, contributed by the audience at the event, like a comedy improv night. At the end of the 24 minutes the pages will be collected, collated & printed and will be on sale before the end of the event.

The final effort will be on sale by 3.00pm and will also appear as a pull-out supplement in Just One Page 3, the charity comic magazine. The final comic will also feature the names and contact details of the creators, their web sites etc.

You do not have to be an exhibitor to take part, all you have to do is pay the entry fee and come and join in - by contributing suggestion to be included in the pages.

Artists will be asked to draw one page (minimum size A5, minimum 4 panels) in just 24 minutes at The Thing. The only other rules will be:
- their page will be allocated to a time of day and the finished collection will tell the tale of a day in the life of our featured character.
- they should feature another character of their choosing.
- they must feature an object and a location suggested by the audience, and randomly drawn from a "hat"
- the only words will be a rhyming couplet loosely describing the events.

All proceeds will go towards the Just 1 Page charity (Childline), and the finished item will be reprinted in Just 1 Page (

We have 24 people (or teams) lined up, but need a reserve list.

Currently, unless I've forgotten anyone, this is who we have taking part:

1) Kat & Dave

2) Roger Langridge

3) "vented spleen" (who is already halfway there with)

4) Roger Mason

5) Sean Azzopardi

6) David Baillie

7) Eddie 'Eddache' Bowley

8) G Douglas

9) Caroline

10) Chikin

11) Zoe Stead

12) Shane Chebsey

13) Dan Fish

14) Willie Hewes

15) Bridgeen Gillespie

16) Joff (possibly Darren & Wes too)

17) Titch (& assistant & computer!)

18) David Goodman

19) Arthur Goodman

20) Ali Graham

21) Marc B

22) James Morris

23) Ping Teo

24) Gary Northfield

Plus: Patrick Findlay (subject to him being VERY BUSY organising The Thing !)

If your name is not on there, remember that we may need "reserves" and that people can team up.

Let's make it a visual event with everyone frantically crayoning, painting, etching or keyboarding (if you can print your contribution out or maybe copy it onto a floppy disk at the event then why not?)

Meanwhile, whether you are taking part in the 24m mc @ UKW&MCT or not, you can still do a full page strip or art-page for ...
the Just 1 Page Charity Comic 2005

See previous item for more info about how the event will happen.

Monday, March 14, 2005

Just 1 Page 3 - pages and promises so far

It's not too late !
Deadline for contributions is 31st March.

Here you can see who has delivered.
I asked them, do you deliver and they said, "The butcher's shop is next door".

* Adrian Bamforth - Superman & Obelix
* Alex De Campi - Wonder Woman & Tank Girl
* Aris Iliopoulos
* Bevis Musson - Storm V Wonder Woman
* Bobby Vala & Michael Karpas - The Authoritah!
* Brian Crowley - Constantine & Hellboy
* Bridgeen Gillespie - Cerebus & The Hulk
* Carl Brown
* Cath Tomlinson
* Charlie Adlard - Thor VS Asterix & Obelix
* Dan Fish - Ambush Bug V Animal Man
* Daniel Lundie - Batman & Superman
* Dave Windett - Totally Spies meets Danger Mouse
* David Baillie - All of Comics Vs. Dr Frerick Wertham
* David Hitchcock - Satan & Gabriel from Constanteen Vs John Constantine
AND The Hulk VS The Thing
* Drashko Roganovich
* Eddie Robson & Simon Logan (or is it Penter?) - WE3: Woodstock, Snoopy, Garfield
* Felipe Sobreiro - Lobo/Ranxerox
* Frazer Irving
* Futurequake - Monster Squad (& "friends")
* Gary Northfield
* Gene Poonyo - The Minx V Alice (from Resident Evil)
* Graeme Reid - Punisher V Tintin & co
* Graham Hill - Supermen
* Grant Cross - Judge Dredd & Hellboy VS Judge Death (or is it Judge Death & Hellboy VS Judge Dredd ?)
* Grant Springford - The Defenders and co
* Hunt Emerson - Plastic Man and the Mighty Atom
* Indio - The Menace V The Thing
* Jason Sobol - Daredevil V Elektra V The Hand
* Jim Whelok
* Joacy Jamys - Best Battle?
* Jock
* Joel Meadows
* John "Swampgas" ? - Spider Man V The World
* Johnny X - Grant Morrison V Alan Moore
AND another to be confirmed
* Lee "Budgie" Barnett V Jamie McKelvie
* Lew Stringer - Aunt May VS The Sub-Mariner
* Mark Peyton & Mal Jones - Planetary V The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
* Martin Eden - The O Men versus The Xmen
* Mike Carey - 24
* Mike Collins - Lobo vs. The Littlest Hobo
* Paul Palmer
* Paul Ridgon - Deadpool / Snake Eyes
* Phil Winslade - Wolverine vs Killraven
* Richard Elson - Sagat (Streetfighter) Versus Tetsuo (Akira)
* Rob Croonenborgh - Maximortal V El Guano
* Rob Williams
* Roger Langridge
* Roger Mason
* Roxane Grant - Optimus Prime and Bender from Futurama
* Sean Azzopardi
* Sam Hart - Batman V Lobo
* Simon Penter (Futurequake) - WE3
* Simon Perrins - The Watcher & Phantom Stranger
* Stuart McCarthy
* Stuart Tipples - MONKEYS GO APE !
* Tim Seelig
* Warren Pleece

Just 60 pages ??? C'mon !!!

Oh, and there's the small matter of Jesse Farrell's statue and a possible BONUS STATUE !

And the 24 Minute Mini-Comic makes 6x4 ! Or more likely 6x 4/4 or something similar.

Friday, March 11, 2005

How I roped Plastic Man ...

Hunt Emerson steps up to the plate !

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Just 24 Pages

I suppose that's HALF WAY.

A message for the best possible comic artists in the world.
We need sixty pages here.
Where are you? Where are you? Let's be having you! Come on!

Meanwhile, here's the latest art.

Charlie Adlard

Bridgeen Gillespie

Dave Kendall


Dave Willacy

Felipe Sobreiro

Graeme Reid

Dave Hitchcock

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Animals and Women - latest art previews

Dan Fish

Bevis Musson

Phil Winslade

Saturday, February 19, 2005

Higher Authoritah !

So, I have fifteen pages in my possession, with another twenty five or so promised.
And of course eight pages that will be taken up by the 24 Minute Mini Comic.

There quite are a few people who have not replied to the invitation to take part this year, and I cannot help but wonder if they are put off by last year's charity "business" - I hope not.

If you know anyone who would be willing to take part, please send them to me via

meanwhile here are previews of two more pieces that arrived this week.

from Michael Karpas and Bobby Vala.

from David Hitchcock (and this is a very early sketch, because I am keeping the full thing back for special!)

Sunday, February 13, 2005

Minx Cat: Latest art

Gene Poonyo pitches Minnie The Minx against that one from Resident Evil.

Futurequake have a twist with Grant Morrison's WE3

Saturday, February 05, 2005

Art update ... Oh I thought it was Mxyzptlix !!

One from Adrian Bamforth.

One from INDIO.

Oh, and there's the small matter of Jesse Farrell's craftmanship:

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Another J1P work in progress ...

Hi Ade,

Just to let you know I’ve started posting my sketches for J1P on my blogsite if you’d like to see the work developing. You can get to it through my website or go straight to



Graeme Neil Reid

UPDATE ! (inc. new art pages)

And you may see some other improvements in The Just 1 Page website.

Sunday, January 16, 2005

J1P previews: Monkeys, Men and Magicians

Three previews of unfinished art for Just 1 Page 3.

New publishers are welcome to contribute, especially if you are going to Bristol's Comic Expo, where Just 1 Page 3 will be launched.

Monkeys Go Ape from Stu.Art

I am always happy to see people stretching the theme, and Joacy Jamys from Brazil, brings a more thoughtful side of the "Battles" theme.

Playing of War check his website for more of his wide range !

And, in case anyone had not noticed, the best way to endear yourself to me is to feature John Constantine.

Well done Brian Crowley !

Other art promised so far:
Sagat (Streetfighter) Versus Tetsuo (Akira), by Richard Elson.
Silver Surfer & ????, AND Captain America V Captain Britain, by Tony Rollinson
Punisher V Tintin, by Graeme Reid
The Thing versus Dennis the Menace or maybe Galactus versus the Godzilla, by INDIO

Bridgeen Gillespie
Frazer Irving
Gary Northfield
Len O'Grady
Roger Langridge
Tim Seelig
Warren Pleece
Alex De Campi
Bobby Vala & Michael Karpas
Dan Fish
David Baillie
Drashko Roganovich
Jamie McKelvie
Jim Whelok
Lee "Budgie" Barnett
Mike Carey
Rob Williams
Roger Mason
Roxane Grant
Sean Azzopardi
Sam Hart
Stuart McCarthy

And ... one for the sculpture fans ... League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Jesse Farrell, who did that lovely Jack Staff statue. Previews of his production art coming soon.

Saturday, January 01, 2005

The new Just 1 Page website is launched today.


Click the top link on the right to see what's happening.

I've tidied up some of the old files from the 2001 and 2004 projects so if you find any dead links around the Just 1 Page site, please let me know. Also if you have any questions, updates or complaints, you can post them as comments by clicking that orangey # at the end of each post. Don't be shy !

I have two contributions arrived already - everyone who leaves it until the last moment, please take note !

Spider Man versus them all by John Bishop

Classic Superman meets Christopher Reeves
by Graham Hill