Wednesday, 4 July 2018

List of published Independent (small-press) comic strips drawn by David Broughton.











Foreword: At the time of writing this I have had over 665 pages of work published in 49 independent or 'small-press' publications. This list catalogues all of my published work under five sub-headings in 'published' chronological order. This list does not include any of my early comic strip work prior to my first published comic book 'Trapped Individuals.'













Trapped Individuals Part 1. 28 Pages. (Out of Print.)
Trapped Individuals Part 2. 30 Pages. (Out of Print.)
Hard Vacuum No.1 Mourning Sickness. 5 Pages.
Hard Vacuum No.1 Spaced Out-Puff n' Stuff. 8 Pages.
Hard Vacuum No.1 Jeff Astro. 2 Pages.
Martillo Devil-Smiter. 52 Pages. (First print run Sold Out.)
Spectre Show. 32 Pages.
Shaman Kane #1. 32 Pages. (First print run Sold Out.)
Shaman Kane #2. 32 Pages.
Shaman Kane #3. 28 Pages.
Shaman Kane #4. 28 Pages. (Completed will go on sale May 18/05/19).
Detective Gallo and the Unholy Company. 32 Pages.
Slaughter Hawk. Corporatism has a new foe. 52 Pages.
Slaughter Hawk, Book 2. 52 Pages. (Script work in progress).

Zarjaz (THE 2000AD Fanzine) was started in 2001 by Andrew J. Lewis. Zarjaz is now being produced and published by FutureQuake Publishing (May 2008) under the editorship of Dave Evans A.K.A. Bolt 01 along with Richmond Clements who assists him with editorial. Quite a few people who have had work published in this fanzine have then gone on to work in 2000AD 'The Galaxy's greatest comic'. Link to the FutureQuake online shop.

It wasn't until 2010 that I heard about 'Zarjaz' and decided to submit my own comic strip entitled 'The Graduate' to Bolt 01 and his editorial team to see if they would publish it. At the time of writing this post I have provided artwork for 27 stories and over 200 pages of artwork for Zarjaz, Dogbreath and FutureQuake. All of which are detailed in this post.

2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #13. Tales of Mega-City One 'The Graduate.' 5 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #15. Judge Dredd 'Big Jimping.' 5 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #16. Judge Dredd 'Sleepers Awake.' 10 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #16. 'What ever happened to Sancho Panzer.' 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #18. Tales of Mega-City One 'Baby Jays. Jimmees Hotties.' 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #19. Tales of MC-1 'Baby Jays. Destiny Plaza Pts 1-3.' 18 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #20. Bad Company 'From Mud to murder.' 6 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #21. Judge Dredd 'Hanks Tale.' 5 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #23. Comic Rock 'Silver Song.' 7 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. #24. Judge Dredd 'Yet another rainy day.' 6 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz #27. The V.C.'s Raid on Caliban. 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz #28. Judge Dredd 'Back up plan' 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz #29. Judge Dredd 'Air Superiority.' 8 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz. 2016 Summer Special. ABC Warriors 'Final Battle.' 11 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Zarjaz #33. Judge Dredd 'Rogue' 5 Pages. 

Dedicated to the world of 2000AD/STARLORD character Johnny Alpha - Strontium Dog, the first issue of Dogbreath came out in 1997 produced by Dr. Bob. This fanzine was continued in 2006 issue 15 by the FutureQuake team of Dave Evans and Richmond Clements.

As I was already producing artwork for the 2000AD fanzine Zarjaz I became a regular contributor for Dogbreath from issue 24. At the time of writing this post I have provided artwork for 11 stories and over 74 pages of artwork Dogbreath all of which are detailed below.

2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #24. Impetigo Jones 'The Big Scab.' 5 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #25. Strontium Dogs Doc Death Blood from a stone. 6 Pages. (Sold Out)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #26. Strontium Dog 'SD Wolves.' 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #27. Strontium Dog 'All that I have.' 6 Pages.
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #28. Durham Red 'The great train screw up.' 6 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #29. Strontium Dog 'Death by dog.' 10 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #30. Strontium Dogs 'The first day.' 8 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #31. Strontium Dog 'No choice at all.' 8 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #32. Strontium Dog 'Dog Mash' 7 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #33. Strontium Dog 'The Choice' 6 Pages. (Sold Out.)
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. #34. Strontium Dog 'Strontium Dogs' Stealth Mission. 6 pages.
2000AD fanzine Dogbreath. T.B.A. Strontium Dog 'Back to basics' 7 pages. Completed.

Other 2000AD Fanzines published by Future Quake Publishing.
2000AD fanzine "DROKK" #1. Rogue Trooper 'I am mad but North-North-West.' 5 Pages.











Dr WTF 2012. Heroes and villains. 5 Pages.
Psychedelic journal of time travel #1. Time Templars vs the Daemonic Dinos. 4 Pages.
Psychedelic journal of time travel #3. The boy who invented anti-time. 4 Pages.
Psychedelic journal of time travel #4. The Universal Market. 3 Pages.
Psychedelic journal of time travel #6. The Enforcer. 4 Pages.
Future Quake #22. The Ndoki. 6 Pages. (Sold Out.)
PARAGON #9. Spencer Nero and the last laugh. 1 Page.
Job Dun. 2015 Sticky Edition. Job Dun in C U Next Tuesday. 6 Pages.
Job Dun. 2016 Stylin Edition. Job Dun in Gimme the Shidz. 8 Pages.
NSEW #3 3 NOW. 4 Pages.
NSEW #5 Batch Two. 3 Pages.
Papercuts & Inkstains #7 (Digital Only) Time Doesn't Matter Here. 10 Pages.
Nottingham Comic Con anthology: It's not easy being famous.'  4 Pages.  











Judge Dredd 'Mean Green machine' Full colour 25 pages fan fiction.
Judge Dredd 'Word on the Sked' Full colour 13 Pages fan fiction.
Judge Dredd 'Bad Crop' Full colour 25 pages fan fiction
Rogue Troope 'More Millicom memories. Full colour 13 pages fan fiction.
The Real Atlantis. (Digital Only) 5 pages full colour.
Silver Surfer. 24 Pages. 















A Little about me... I realised my love of comics at an early age. Brought up on a constant diet of American and British comics like The Amazing Spider Man, Countdown and 2000AD in the 70's, it was not long before I began to create my own comics.  After gaining qualifications from Epsom School of Art and Design in the 80's, I began design work for local companies. My spare time was spent drawing and publishing my own small press-comics.

Like a lot of hopeful artists I am constantly at the drawing board practicing and training to be able to work from scripts, the objective being able to pencil and ink full comic book pages in as shorter time as possible. Hopefully (but unlikely) in the event that a big publishing company gives me work I will be able to hit the ground running and hit the deadline with decent artwork (depending on ones taste) being provided.  A lot of my working methods are detailed via links on this post.

If there are any of the big companies out there (2000AD/Rebellion.) looking for some one to draw for them...maybe give me a chance.
 

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