Dumb Ways To Die.

Got kids?
Why don’t you take a day off from plastering photos of their spaghetti smeared faces on Facebook, sit them down and show them this:

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“Well, …I Faked A Pregnancy”.

When a work colleague asks you if you did anything interesting with your weekend, they almost never expect you to reply with:
Well, …I faked a pregnancy!”

But friends, that’s exactly how my Monday morning kicked off.

See, yesterday being April 1st, Anna and I decided to change our Facebook profile pictures to this:

I thought my friends would see through me right away but suddenly my phone began to ring off the hook!

Al Cook’s “Necropolis”. Cut Loose: Part I.



Part II was supposed to be out long before now but I had conflicting ideas of where I wanted it to go.
Zip on over to Al Cook’s “Necropolis” to see Part I of ‘Cut Loose’ in all its glory and where Part II will appear in the not to distant future.

Oh aye!
Please become a pal on the Facebook Page because it’s pretty lonely over there.

Follow, Poke & Facefuck Me.

I’ve decided to continue with this online comic book of mine:
Al Cook’s “Necropolis”.

I’m really enjoying myself with it.
It’s fun to do and I can’t get my ideas down fast enough most nights.

My plan is to continue writing & drawing it in black and white until I have enough for a big thick book.
After that,
I want to do a second volume in full colour then call it a day and move onto something new.
I figure that will take me at least a year or so.

With that in mind,
I thought I’d set up a few places where I can post updates, news, plugs etc…
You get the idea.

Anyways…

* Al Cook’s “Necropolis” can be found HERE.

* And on Twitter HERE.

* And on Facebook HERE.

So far, 15 black bic biro pens have died and “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers has been played over 200 times during the making of this so please spread the word about it.

“Everything Ages Fast”: Faux Vintage Tech Ads.

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