As well as putting out the bi-monthly sci-fi anthology 100% Biodegradable, which is gearing up for its fifth issue, I'm also working on a few one shots and mini-series with Tony Suleri.
We're just putting the finishing touches to the Highway Robbery anthology, which will be a 46 page full colour landscape orientated digital anthology, featuring simian bounty hunter Pubba Gintaro as he squares off against carnivorous bovine Elvis impersonator...King Burger!
I'm also working with Tony Suleri on a one-shot Marren Kane comic, titled 'Matters Of The Heart'. The artwork has been coloured and completed, and I just need to letter it all (whilst coming up with the script at the same time, since Marren Kane is always completely unscripted).
It'll be nice to get this one finally out there, as the first nine pages were given out as a freebie at BICS in 2008. The mighty Tim Perkins of Wizard's Keep even provided a few Marren Kane sketches for people who visited the Bulletproof comics stand (Marren was originally geared up to become Bulletproof comics flagship character, but unfortunately due to a change of editorial priorities the comic folded after issue 2. Marren now appears regularly in a series of self contained adventures in the 100% Biodegradable anthology, which can be purchased here).
(Photo of the marvellous Tim Perkins in action, by Lew Stringer)
Technofear is another large project with Tony Suleri that's been in the works for quite a while. We self published issue 1 (of 3) probably ten or so years ago, and Tony has been patiently slogging away at parts 2 and 3 between his many other projects. Part 2 is now completed, and once 3 is underway we shall look into relaunching the comic as a digital title. The series features ape bounty hunter Pubba Gintaro as he undertakes a mission to bring a deadly Technomancer to justice, and comes up against zombies, cybernetic vampires, a bigoted police force and a whole host of lethal technology that's out to kill him.
Me and Tony are also working on a kung-fu zombie mini series; I'll mention a bit more about it when we're further into the project (the artwork for part one is almost finished, but I still have to write scripts for parts two and three). For now, here's a teaser image.