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British cartoonist passionate about comics and the 1967 tv series 'The Prisoner'. Proud to have been affiliated with Andy Capp's son 'Buster' and his weekly comic in the 90's. "Be seeing you." stevematt6@gmail.com Also tweet me at @Schiz0idMan

Recent Comments

  1. 10 months ago on That is Priceless

    That moment when you realise you’ve no idea how to spell ‘Gogh’.

  2. 10 months ago on Andy Capp


    My surveilance cameras pick up everything.

    Thankyou for your kind message and thank you Pcolli.

  3. 10 months ago on Andy Capp


    Don’t be so ridiculous.

    The bum appears in the top right hand corners!


  4. 10 months ago on Andy Capp

    Roger Mahoney has put too much of his own stamp on today’s strip. I prefer Garnett and Goldsmith’s more authentic ‘Smythe’ style work.

    I prided myself on duplicating the great man’s style to the best of my abilities but regrettably my contributions were cancelled.

  5. 10 months ago on Andy Capp

    Today’s strip is awful for too many reasons to go into.

    The team are trying to be far too clever for their own good.

    Less is more.

  6. 11 months ago on Andy Capp


    Do l have an imposter?

  7. 11 months ago on Andy Capp

    What gag there is

    is completely ruined by both the artist and the colourist.

    Firstly the artist has drawn an apron in the first panel and dungarees in the second.

    This seems to have confused the colourist who seems to have assumed the decorator has taken a non existant apron off in the blink of an eye.


  8. 11 months ago on Andy Capp


    The editor of the Daily Mirror was happy to commission me to produce a strip once a month but Mahoney, Goldsmith and Garnett kyboshed it.

    That’s life.

  9. 11 months ago on Andy Capp

    Andy’s come backs lack the dry humour of the classics.

    Smythe would have written something like;

    “…ignore her lad, she stubbed her toe getting of bed this mornin’.”

  10. 11 months ago on Andy Capp

    Very good except for one important detail.

    The announcer doesn’t make the decision.