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Trevor the Ant's Enormous Escapades in Time
Free microcomic, available online and at selected comicshops
50 Shades of Grape
Free 'novelette' minicomic, available online and at selected comicshops
Zombies vs Dinosaurs
I've drawn (and part-dialogued) issue zero of this epic pre-historic horror Free webcomic, available online.
See more comics HERE, or email me for requests or commissions.

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Trevor the Ant's Enormous Escapades in Time

It's time for another Trevor the Ant adventure, and this time he finds himself adrift in the fourth dimension. Will Trevor survive? The answer is 'yes'. 

Bonus! Here's a printable version for you to print, fold, and read:

Thursday, 28 June 2012

50 Shades of Grape

My latest scintillating page-turner
Printable version:

50 Shades of Grape

by Dan Fish

Susan was a grape.  A green grape, just ripe.  If she was Human, she'd be a really really sexy human, with pertness in all the right places.  As it was, she was a grape, nothing could change that.  But she was a very very sexy grape, if such a thing could be.  Which it could, because Susan was that thing.

Susan was part of a bunch of grapes.  Thats just how it was for now.  She'd never tried to count her fellow grapes, but at a guess it was more than ten, less than a hndred.  Probably somewhere around the middle mark.  If you'd put a gun to her head (if she had one), she would have guesstimated around 50 or so.  But that's all it was.  A guesstimate.  

She never realised just how close that guesstimate was.  But it was close.  She was smart, as well as sexy.  But still a grape.  Albeit a smart, sexy grape.  

But there was also another thing she had noticed.

Each of her fellow grapes was a different shade.  

Oh, don't get me wrong, they were all green grapes.  Nothing could change that.  Thats just the way it was.
But, if she was to assume her guesstimate was correct (and it was), then one conclusion rang loudly in her ears (if she'd had them, like some freaky grape freak of nature) -  

There had to be 50 shades of grape.  50 sexy shades.  Each shade might be thought of as sexier that the last, in grape terms.  

Just the thought of it made Susan ripen.  All those shades of Grape, bunched together like the bunch of grapes they literally were.  Each pert grape-like orb, jostling against each other.  In the farmyard.  In the back of a lorry.  At the supermarket, and finally here, in the dark fridge.  

The darkness was like a blindfold, pointless anyway, because grapes don't have eyes.  Which was very sexy.  She didn't mind.  She was a grape, thats all that mattered, nothing could change that.  She imagined all the things shemight do, and felt very sexy.  

Over the coming days, she enjoyed the feeling of being a grape, firm pertness thrusting against her from th eother grapes, as she was transferred, with her fellow grapes to a fruitbowl.

She sighed with pleasure, as she was pulled forcefully from the rest of the bunch.  Sensually, she slid into the mouth of the sexy human, who bit her.  She liked it.  

Monday, 19 March 2012

Zombies vs Dinosaurs

A new comic I've drawn, Zombies vs Dinosaurs Issue #0 will be going live tonight:
Follow the deadly strain as it develops

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Kano: Tribute to Brett Ewins

The Forbidden Planet blog has a feature spotlighting Brett Ewins, with a bunch of tribute artwork and comments (Including one from me). Go there and read it! The original post is here, plus check out the update from Rufus Dayglo here!

Monday, 14 November 2011

Even an Android... Just One Page

This is the picture I did for Ade Brown's 'Just 1 Page' Horror-themed Comics exhibition displayed recently at Orbital Comics in London. Eagle-eyed readers will recognise the inspiration, a mash-up of Thomas/Buscema's Avengers classic 'Even an Android can cry' (seen HERE for example), together with the 'Injury to the Eye' motif beloved of 1950's EC Horror comics (see example HERE).

Sunday, 13 November 2011

Fish1000 Comics Compendium #1

Sneaking out at Comiket this week prior to its official intended debut at Thoughtbubble next week was my latest Microcomic 'Fish1000 Comics Compendium #1', which comprises of an all-new strip, plus two classics from CAPTION programmes, plus my recent 'Just 1 Page' effort which was exhibited at Orbital Comics in London, and available to buy for Charity.

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Just 1 Page Exhibition

From the facebook page:
The Just 1 Page charity comic art exhibition will be Friday 21st to 23rd October
at Orbital Comics, Great Newport Street, London WC2.

All money raised will go to Macmillan Cancer Support. All art in the exhibition will be for sale, some additional items will be available to view via this facebook page.

Anyone who buys an item will be placed in the draw to win a limited Tim Bradstreet print (options Hellblazer, Blade, Punisher, Unknown Soldier will be on display, plus some for sale). On Sunday 23rd when the main exhibition closes, Mike Carey will be reading from one of his works with a horror theme - times and details to be confirmed.

The centre-piece is a statue of Shaun of the Dead, which will be sold by closed auction (email bids to In-person bids will be taken during the exhibition). Final auction winner of Shaun of the Dead to be announced 1st November.
You can donate cash HERE. I've donated a sketch, which I'll post up here at some point.