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:
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”
Felicitations! First page looks great. Are there icypoles on the other pages?
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.
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?
I prefer the term “Inuit Pie”. Not “Inuit Tart” – that would be incorrect too.
Same for “Inuit Pastie” – only tarts wear pasties.