Well, as of typing this, the What a Naughty Unicorn book is sent to the printers for review. I’m supposed to hear feedback within 24 hours, it’s been 23, so they’re sure cutting it close (I type this stuff before I go to bed, so you’re in the future right now, hello from yesterday night!). Hopefully, I’ll be able to order a proof of the book tomorrow, and if that’s all good, I’ll be able to order a few to take with me to Dunfermline Comic Con in March 🙂
This cartoon is another sneak peek from the book and shows one of the main themes of the story line.
Feliç Dia Nacional de Catalunya!
(“Happy National Day of Catalonia!” if Google translate knows what it’s on about;)
Cartoon translation assistance thanks to @CatalansForYes on Twitter.
I’m constantly surprised by the people I meet who have no idea there’s an election happening tomorrow. Come on folks, friends don’t let friends not vote! 🙂
Also, this is my 100th comic!
Nice to see the press always telling us what’s best for it and its profits.
Also, yesterday marked the end of my very first Comic Con in Edinburgh! It was utterly brilliant experience and I hope to bring Evil Dr. Eye (or Yes?) to more cons real soon! Thank you to everyone who came over and especially to those who bought prints and other stuff 🙂
Today is the second day of Edinburgh Comic Con, to celebrate a successful first day, I’ve put together this quicky 🙂 Really looking forward to seeing you all today for day two!
You know when the Darth Vader pleads with Luke that together they could rule the galaxy, that combined their powers would be unstoppable, that’s all I heard from Theresa May’s speech.
How many times have we been promised the same stuff now? I’ve lost count ¬_¬
Stop the world, somebody wants to get off 🙁
I wanted to see if I could translate Winnie Ewing’s famous words “Stop the world, Scotland wants to get on” into a language everyone in the world can understand. The little Scottish Eye’s silent comic series seems to lend itself to this purpose I thought 🙂