Next launch will be Nelson, an amazing multi-authored graphic novel biography, featuring such comics luminaries as John Allison, Philip Bond, D'Israeli, Woodrow Phoenix, Ellen Lindner and (incongruously?) me. I did a five page one day chapter set in 1996, which was a lot of fun for researching tech, current cultural references, haircuts, etc. You can pre-order that one off Amazon, too. I wonder if people are going to say it's a bit like "One Day"? It was all written before the film came out, honest!
Then we have the Launch of the Strumpet (previously Whores of Mensa) -- it's part of the Comica Festival and all are welcome. I've done a longer strip for this one called Project Paper Doll, which may feature geese and grumpiness. If you want a copy (beautiful full-colour cover, brand new strips by brilliant Patrice Aggs, legendary Megan Kelso, bizarre Tanya Meditzky and of course the lovely ellenlindner) please take a moment to pre-order via Kickstarter ($10 for paper, $2 for digital) . If you've not used Kickstarter before, it's a system for group-funding projects using Amazon payments, and is very smooth to use; the pre-orders allow us to cover print-and-postage costs up front.
Last but not least will come Ink + Paper (a new comics anthology) . I don't have any ordering details on this one yet, but here's a sneak preview of my comic strip, The Incredible Calabroni Sisters, Twin Lady Human Cannonballs Extraordinaire (hmm, can you guess what it's about?):