Too, too Tango

So, you couldn’t make it to Boston either (see the last post)? Where else can you see my work, preferably in the comfort of your own home?

Well, a story I wrote and drew appears in the recently released 9th edition of Tango, Bernard Caleo’s awesomely enormous Australian comics anthology. Each issue has a romance-based theme, this time being “love and war”; which goes together like… well… rama lama lama ke ding a de ding a dong, but with explosions.

This is the first time I’ve submitted anything to Tango, so you won’t find me in The Tango Collection, a retrospective of the best of the first 8 issues. But it was so much fun I’m definitely going to do it again, so look out for the next collected edition – in oh, 2021 or thereabouts.

However, to keep you interested here’s a little teaser, the first page of my 4 page epic, Love and War and Icypoles:

Page 1 of Love and War and Icypoles

If you want to see the rest, you’ll just have to buy it online, or keep an eye out in selected quality bookshops.

And the added bonus of being in Tango? I finally have my name in Wikipedia.


4 thoughts on “Too, too Tango

    1. I don’t want to give anything away… but there’s either an icypole or a funny face. Possibly a sunnyboy. Maybe even a Bubble O Bill. But not a Gaytime – I don’t go for the obvious jokes.

  1. Too bad. I would have bought it if there was an Eskimo Pie.

    Do they still use real Eskimos in those, or is it another case of political correctness gone mad?

    1. I prefer the term “Inuit Pie”. Not “Inuit Tart” – that would be incorrect too.

      Same for “Inuit Pastie” – only tarts wear pasties.

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