Monthly Archives: March 2015

#FreeTheNipple

You may or may not have seen that there has been a new movement on social media, one known as #FreeTheNipple. What it is, is women posting photographs of themselves in which their nipples are exposed. The idea is that … Continue reading

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Finger Puppet Prophecy Show

Very sadly, last week I lost my job at Park Lane Press. It’s a big shame because I enjoyed it there very much and I was doing something which had a lot of creative freedom; I’ll be lucky if I … Continue reading

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Batman: Year One by Frank Miller

For people who are mildly interested in the world of super hero fiction, the idea of finding a place to start amongst all the tangled threads of continuity and reboots must be quite daunting. That’s how I felt, at least. … Continue reading

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Absence

On Thursday, I had a lovely evening out in Bath with some of my closest friends. We had dinner at Wetherspoon’s and, not only was the food delicious and cheap, but it also made me quite nostalgic. Back in the … Continue reading

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Brains

A couple of days ago I was at the office of my work and going through their database of clients. Of course, the content of that database is confidential but I don’t think it’s any breach of security for me … Continue reading

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Donkey Kong Land III

Donkey Kong Land III is the sixth and final game in the original set of 2D Donkey Kong platformers made by Rare. This is a kind of side-game to Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble! which uses many … Continue reading

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Different Mediums

I’m quite happy that I’ve been keeping this blog to a standard I’m pleased with for nearly four years, and I’m quite happy that I’ve been developing my webcomic for nearly three. They’re both things I want to continue doing … Continue reading

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My Favourite Season

I’ve been working at a new job for a little over a month now and, when I started, it was dark when I woke up and dark when I left the office for the day. It was a little bit … Continue reading

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The Call of the Wild by Jack London

Jack London’s early twentieth century novel, The Call of the Wild, tells us the story of the life of a dog named Buck. Before you think to yourself “Oh, it must be a light-hearted romp about a taking dog” I … Continue reading

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Wet Suit

I’ll have to be a little careful with today’s anecdotes, as I’d not like to disclose too many details. It will become clear why as you read on.    It was a sunny day and I was in a seaside town … Continue reading

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