Here's something I've been working on over the last couple of weeks. I've always wanted to do a P. G. Wodehouse graphic novel adaptation, and the only way I know of of making that happen is to actually do a few pages and see whether I can get anyone interested in publishing some more. So that's what I did.
The rights issues are a bit confusing: this particular story is in public domain in the USA, but (apparently) not in the UK, so I'm not sure if a book is even a possibility. Nevertheless, I've adapted it as a comic (originally published in 1916 in the Saturday Evening Post under the title "Leave It to Jeeves") to show what I could do with it if given the opportunity. Regardless of its eventual destination, I hope you enjoy it.
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Back in 1991 or so, I drew a two-page strip for the dummy of an Fleetway anthology called Earthside 8. It never made it to the stands. My strip was called Mister Elephant Head, about a private-eye pachyderm. And here he is, 27 years on – a little thicker around the waist, perhaps, but still looking good.