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In my UK shop I have a few things you can’t get elsewhere - various prints, personalised books, teatowels etc. I’ve also got all my Giant Days, That and Murder She Writes books in stock, some of which won’t be on Topatoco until the new year. I ship all this stuff myself, and if you want it by Christmas and you’re outside the UK, I would strongly advise you to get your order in by Thursday morning GMT (the 5th). If you’re in the UK, the sooner the better, but the final deadline is December 17th. After that, I will be nailing the doors shut until the new year.
I’m sorry not to be able to offer postcard drawings or small commissions this Christmas. Pressure of other work, alas. If you want a character drawing, your best bet is to order a personalised book.
With the giving season imminent, may I make a small suggestion? Give Bad Machinery - The Case Of The Team Spirit to someone you like a lot. Packed with new pages, extra items and added polish in a luxurious large-format book,...
I’ve just added Giant Days 3 to my store. Giant Days 1 is back in print too. BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! I’ve also got a host of new combo packs allowing you to mop up some of my best stories at a price that’s right.
You want me to draw something in them and sign ‘em to you or a close personal friend? That’s okay too! I spoke to a doctor and they said that these self-contained yarns are an ideal gift for someone you want to impress.
Three Scary Go Round shirt designs are about to shuffle off - get them while you still can! Or get a cut-price replacement for a beloved shirt.
Sweet Land Of Wizardry
I Hammer & Sickle CCCP
Living For Pleasure Alone
First things first, Oni have put the Bad Machinery - Case Of The Team Spirit book on sale in the Kindle store (UK/US/Canada). It’s two pounds or three dollars. The links are below:
Feel free to tell a friend who you think might enjoy the book. In the words of “beloved” British supermarket chain Tesco, “every little has been known to help somewhat upon occasion.”
In other news, The Case Of The Forked Road reaches the end of part 2 tomorrow (Thursday) and will take a break (I’m on holiday this week - that’s how it works). Filling in all week, Mon-Fri: Bobbins. It’s just like 1998. If I had known how to write or draw a comic properly in 1998.