Saturday, 18 November 2017

Inside #21

Jikan, the time-travelling demon-hunter samurai, begins a three part adventure;
Broken Window by Mark Howard, Ross Bamfylde and Ken Reynolds

You can now pre-order your copy by clicking the cover on the right >>>>>>>

Go on, treat yourself!

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Inside #21

The latest adventure for Cushing & Sons - Monster Hunters!
From the talents of Mark Howard, Scott Twells and Patrick Brown


Saturday, 11 November 2017

Inside #21

In issue 21 - Bulldog. Written by Jason Cobley, lettered by Jim Campbell and illustrated by Dunk! 
Get yours for Christmas!

Sunday, 29 October 2017

Issue 21 - cover revealed!

The second Cushing and Sons story is our cover feature this Christmas - and what could be more festive than ghosties and ghoulies being hunted by everyone's favourite horror star?

Friday, 13 October 2017

Almost there...

I've had the script for this story for almost FOUR years but always wanted to draw it myself - and the first episode will be inked this Inktober. Expect to see it in a PARAGON very soon!

Saturday, 26 August 2017


Visit the lulu shop and get discounts until 28th August! Just quote BOOKSHIP17 at checkout!

So what's stopping you buying a copy of one of the best small press comics around? I'm not asking you to fund a Kickstarter, just buy a comic I'm sure you will like. Roughly the same price as one of your American comics you can buy from your local comic shop, the difference is, PARAGON will take you longer then five minutes to read! Go on, try it.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

So you are a fan of 70s comics?

Anyone else seriously impressed by the reprint of One Eyed Jack by Rebellion?
British comics were full of that sort of thing back in the 70s.
Relive those halcyon days of British anthology comics by buying the latest PARAGON

It barely takes twenty minutes to read an American comic these days but for much the same price you could have a lot more fun reading a good old fashioned British anthology. This isn't an homage or a pastiche. This is a continuation of the fine style of comics I grew up reading in the 70s and 80s

You know, there are professional publications that don't last this long and yet here we are with issue 20, still going strong with a fantastic line up of stories. Recurring characters in stand alone stories so you don't need to know what has gone before as long as you know the basic premise;

Jikan - a double length episode - what if the time-hopping demon-hunting samurai landed on the Titanic? And he's not there to ice his drink...
Spencer Nero - Spencer Nero in India, and as enlightened and sympathetic to the people whose country it actually is as you'd expect an agent of the British Empire to be...
Bulldog - the anthropomorphic protector of the skies of Blighty! Bulldog has been going for over twenty years now - PJ Holden is a previous artist for his adventures. This issue, the Queen is dead and there's a search for a successor...
Not only do we have the regulars this time around but a one off, light hearted quest for a ragtag bunch of adventurers in A Star Falls

How many other small press comics can boast it has had contributors of the calibre of Si Spencer, Shaky Kane, PJ Holden and Garen Ewing? (I can only think of one!) Pro letterers Jim Campbell and HdE give it a professional sheen and the likes of Chris Askham, Steven Denton and Matt Soffe have all worked on covers over the years.

As one blogger said,
"No, it's not mainstream, its not glossy, its not full colour, it doesn't feature superhero types in gaudy-coloured spandex costumes pounding 50 shades of inconsequential sh*t out of each other, or female characters who have nothing going for them other than big tits and improbable asses. What it IS, is an old-school, no-bullshit, boys-own action/adventure comic reminiscent of the 2000ads and Eagles and Warlords and Battles and other glorious black-and-white comics that were so, so cool in the 80's. Its hard to find a comic nowadays that inspires the same kind of feeling picking up one of those comics back then did, but Paragon comes pretty close and it keeps on getting better. If nothing else, its got a lot of heart and its clear everyone involved has a great passion for the medium.  If you don't like the stories, you might like the art. If you don't like the art, you might like the stories. If you don't like the stories OR the art, you might appreciate the effort and enthusiasm that has gone into every page. If you don't like that either, well, hey, at least you can say you tried!"