Comics

Yeah, so comics. I make ‘em, sometimes. Sometimes I draw them with a pen (but not often). Sometimes I use computers to make them (but not in a wowee graphic designer artist way). I’ve made about six so far and they’re here for you to look at.

If anthropomorphic lizards and fish, giant aggressive braincells, cynical Biblical interpretations and hovering private eyes are your kind of thing, this is the place where you’ll find that kind of thing.

Click on the links below to check out sample pages from my vast sequential back catalogue.

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Adam Ford is the author of the poetry books The Third Fruit is a Bird, Not Quite the Man for the Job and From My Head, the novel Man Bites Dog and the short story collection Heroes and Civilians.

He is the genius behind the cult-hit website Monkey Punch Dinosaur and the twitter novel Aramis Fox.

He also makes zines and comics. This is his website.

His email is ADAMFORD-escargot-LABYRINTH-full-stop-NET-full-stop-AU

This website was made on the traditional lands of the Jaara Jaara and the Wurundjeri peoples.

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