WTORH feedback

We just received this lovely email…

Hi Jim….me and my daughter Ellie (17) met you at the Turner Contemporary Margate in August ….& have just had a look at your WTORH comic on your website. It’s terrific… and we were absolutely delighted to see that you used two of Ellie’s mini sketches for your Margate zine.

Just wanted to say thank you… It made me & Ellie very happy… and to wish you good luck with the MCF and all you do for the youth.

Best wishes


Messages like this make me so excited, excited to see that what we’re doing has some meaning beyond the moment. Ellie’s drawings are fantastic by th eway and you can find them in the World Tour Of Round Here publication.



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So, I want to create the best most high quality comic for the MCF yet. A new resource.

And you can help. Get your own copy and contribute to the printing costs by pledging to the Kickstarter.

It’s an amazing poster that looks cool and tells a story… but it can be folded up to turn into 14 page comic book transforming the story into something new!

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Collected Resource Archive #1

We regularly update our materials on the MCF to keep things fresh and to reflect our own growth and learning. Near the start of the project I began using a couple of characters in comic strips to illustrate some of the breadth, and rules of comics – using the form of comics to discuss the fabric and syntax of comics themselves. The earliest versions of these comics were scratchy, odd and in places seem very peculiar when removed from the context of the workshops and publications they were printed in… but it seems wrong for them to be lost entirely. So, here’s a PDF of some of those early comic strips… it is interesting to see how far the resources have improved over the past year.