Marc Jackson

Something Good: Bring the Ninja!

Marc Jackson is one of my favorite comic creators and I’ve reviewed a lot of his previous work. It’s a treat then to examine book 1 of Bring the Ninja! His new project. Chuck Chang is a badass samurai who takes precisely no shit. Floyd Fighter is his best friend, a part time superhero, technical […]

Something Good: Bring the Ninja!

Spookids Issue 1

I’m a fan of Marc Jackson‘s work. You may be able to tell.  His frantic style and glorious sense of humour have lit up countless books. And now, with his latest he’s taking on Stranger Things and classic 1980s weird. Eric is an inventor, brilliant, gifted, and a little off kilter. Bud, his best friend, is the Beaker to his

Spookids Issue 1

REVIEW: Hot Dog and Mustard

Marc Jackson’s work is a frequent flier in these parts and for good reason. His art has exuberant, fizzy energy to it, his comedic timing is spot on and there are few comic creators better at knowing exactly how long a story needs to be. His latest, Hot Dog and Mustard, is available now and

REVIEW: Hot Dog and Mustard

REVIEW: Grow A Pair by Marc Jackson

Marc Jackson‘s comic work is a frequent flyer on the blog, because it’s great. Big, exuberant, friendly panels, jokes galore, a ton of energy and a ton of intelligence. Grow A Pair is aimed at a slightly different market to his usual work and is just as successful. It also throws into stark relief, for

REVIEW: Grow A Pair by Marc Jackson

Review: Here Comes Cat Stevens!

                          I’ve written a lot about much I enjoy Marc Jackson’s comics. He has this wonderful combination of absolute deadpan reality and gleeful silliness that hits me right where I laugh. His newest, Here Comes Cat Stevens!, is no exception. Cat is just

Review: Here Comes Cat Stevens!

Review: Goons of the Galaxy Issue 2

Marc Jackson’s work is always welcome in these parts. He’s got an incredible loose, friendly style that completely disarms you. It’s crammed full of slapstick, puns and pratfalls but it’s all done in a manner that’s so straight eyed and enthusiastic that what could be cheesy is actually a breath of fresh air. Goons of

Review: Goons of the Galaxy Issue 2

Review: Goons of the Galaxy 1

Marc Jackson’s work is always welcome round these parts and when it’s this good that’s doubly so. Goons of the Galaxy is Marc’s typical exuberance and carefully concealed laconic jokes all wrapped around, well, space. Lots of space. Spaaaaaaace even. Jerry lives with his Uncle Larp. Jerry’s a human, Uncle Larp very VERY much isn’t.

Review: Goons of the Galaxy 1

Review: Lenny the Lettuce Issue 1

Marc Jackson’s work is always a pleasure to see and, given the amount of places it turns up, increasingly popular. Lenny originally appeared in the Beano but this is an all new story about one lettuce, his epic journey to work and some inter- dimensional shenanigans. Marc’s style is as loose and exuberant as ever but really

Review: Lenny the Lettuce Issue 1

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