Friday, 28 June 2013

Meadowhell Mug

CDComics Macabre Horror Whodunnit Digital Comic Meadowhell: The True Horror of Shopping is available to download in two parts from various websites listed below and as a one-shot graphic novel on CDrom from several Sheffield Shops.

Now Meadowhell the Mug is also available in the UK priced £6.95 plus £3.00pp from

Download Sites for the comic, priced at 70p each

(For more info and independent reviews visit

Sheffield Shops for the £2.50 Graphic Novel packaged in a slimline DVD case with a wrap around cover
Sheffield Space Centre, Rare and Racey, Broomhill's Galaxy 4 and Record Collector, , The Sheffield Star Shop and Blackwells on Mappin Street.

JaS Design Shop Online

Sheffield based giftware designer that specialises in metalallic products from fridge magnets to foam backed placemats now has a shop on line.

You wouldn't have to order thousands, we work with small orders, perfect for the individual customer, independent retailer, visitor attraction or small business looking for a corporate gift...

So why not have a browse?

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

UFO Comic reviewed by Rotting Zombie

'Eyam: The Plague Village UFO Mystery' get the thumbs up from Rotting Zombie and a 7/10 score when reviewed.

"As usual the art style is so bizarre and unique that it remains one of the selling points... This is part one of two so the reason for the townsfolk missing is not revealed but I'm sure as usual it would be something quite clever and left field as that is Daley's trademark."
The full review is at

All 14 CDComics can be found at the following site and locations

Monday, 10 June 2013

Amazon Kindle Digital Comics

CDComics have 14 titles on Amazon Kindle, ready to download to your desktop, tablet, smartphone or android device. The comics are a minimum of 32 pages, covering various genres and priced between $0.99 - $1.99, 70p - £1.40 or equivalent in your national currency...

Find them at

Latest Releases

Previous Releases

Surreal Murder Mysteries

Hard Boiled Private Eye

One Shot Issues

The comics are also available at the following sites

Friday, 7 June 2013

Geeks, 3MY, HCF and Comic $astards review Robin Hood

"Set in a not-too-distant future of the year 2020, the Robin Hood tale of taking from the rich and giving to the poor is given a modern twist to reflect the current economical climate and the rich/poor divide which is becoming increasibly noticable in today’s broken Britain. Unemployment is at an all-time high, whilst politicians and bankers claim on expenses and accrue mind-blowing bonuses that us mere working-class could only dream about.
Daley creates some fantastic scenes including Eton, Westminster and Sheffield. The action takes place in a variety of outdoor and indoor locations, taking the reader on a journey through all the different scandalous scenarios that are prevalent in today’s Britain."
Full Review at

"Robin Hood 2020, not too much has changed in the UK – the rich are still rich, and they’re still running the show. That is until some people decide to make a stand.
This is quite an introductory issue, with a lot going on between a whole cast of characters – we get a look at ‘Scarlet’, ‘Robin’, ‘John’, ‘Marion’  and more. There’s a lot of facts and statistics here, which make this issue an impressive read.
Although there is a lot to take in here, it feels like there is nothing missing, in among the action and facts there is some excellent character development – already! – which can only build and move on within the series.
This is a comic that is something different – calling from the old Robin Hood/Zorro/V For Vendetta in feeling, but with something added!"

"I will say this about the writing; the villains of this story are detestable and there isn’t a single likable thing about them. They’re people that if you met them in real life you would possible spit in their face and walk away. Real dredges of society and so in that regard I loved them. If the villain doesn’t make you feel anything then they’re not a villain.
Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t your typical Robin Hood story as it deals with conspiracies and corruption more than it is about stealing bags of money and slipping it to poor people. It’s a high concept story that has a great and very realistic conspiracy about England’s current economy. It’s rich with social commentary and so if you’re interested then you should check it out. Also there’s no damn bows and arrows so be grateful for that because I for one am tired of that shit."
Full Review at

"Unfortunately, I disliked the portrayal of Robin, who uses a pistol – a weapon that is certainly not one used by the British people he represents. Still, that’s a personal problem and I do like the disillusioned soldier model for our hero.
While the issue is somewhat heavy-handed in it’s message, I think that this has the potential to grow into an intriguing series. There are some rough edges to work out in the dialogue and art, but by no means should this put you off picking up a copy to check out."
Full Review at

CDComics are available from the following sites

Nerdly review Football Crazy and Meadowhell

'Jack Kirby' from Nerdly gave a couple of CDComic title a read and below are extracts from those reviews, like all CDComics they are available from multiple download websites.

"Here’s something fairly novel: a comic murder-mystery for you to try and solve yourself. Set in 1990 shortly before the opening of the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield. A grisly and possibly occult triple homicide has taken place in the building and it’s up to DCI Bramley and his lovely secretary Belle to wrap the case up before word gets out.
The plot is surprisingly engaging – it may be a bit of a stretch, but it kind of evoked David Peace’s Red Riding books (Yorkshire setting, gothic murders, police investigations, etc) which I consider to be a very good thing.
In short, it was a lot of fun, pretty engaging and struck a good balance between satire, horror and intrigue."

"Like Meadowhell, it’s an offbeat murder mysterious, illustrated fairly simply with some sly humour thrown in. We follow the heroic FA Cup exploits of Sheffield United. Unfortunately, after each game, the man of the match ends up being totally murder-ised. Can the rozzers identify the serial killer before the killing spree totally derails the cup run?
The streak of oddball humour that runs through Football Crazy like a cultured European creative midfielder on a lately greased pitch serves the book very well. It’s absurd but there’s a curious logic to proceedings – not that you’re likely to identify the killer and his motive prior to the final reveal, but you’ll have fun guessing. The slew of cheeky references and playful lampooning of the ridiculous world of football are also very enjoyable."

All four comics and ten more from CDComics are available priced between $0.99-$1.99 at all the following websites

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

The Butcher of Banner Cross Comic

'Punchline' the first of three issues in the Butcher of Banner Cross narrative is available to download for desktop, tablet, smartphone and android devices now from various websites.

After a second gruesome murder in Banner Cross, Sheffield, the police investigation is complicated by the arrival of Punchline, a private investgator specialising in the paranormal.

This is a macabre tale with lots of dark humour and it's a whodunit that only reveals the identity, the motive and method of the killer in the third issue. Part Two and Three are completed and will be published bi-monthly. 

A big thank you to Chatri for all his work and you can find more of his excellent artwork at

It's available now priced $1.99/£1.40UK

On Kindle in the next 24 hours

and via Smashwords during the next few weeks on