Monday, January 12, 2015

First Paper Jam of 2015

I cheated to start the year off. I borrowed a biro from Brett, paper from Alex, and drew without thinking two pages :

The gratuitous cocks are in homage to Matt Gan, who is always drawing cocks and may be leaving the paper jam gang, sniff.

Now deeply buried in the simple but strange sci fi noir universe I had created for myself, when the 24 minute comic words were announced : "something I've forgotten" and "pig", I did 2 more pages with that included.

Nigel asked to keep them, and has scanned them here for my remembering. Whether or not the story will continue, I wouldn't like to predict.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Hippos vs fat ninjas (VARIOUS)

The post-meeting discussion in the pub turned to hippos and how they were (or were not) like fat ninjas. Then this jam comic happened.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Possibly the shortest jam comic ever (VARIOUS)

Generally jam comics flail around through increasingly bizarre iterations until some semblance of conclusion may or may not be reached. On rare occasions such as this, a master like Mike T delivers a zinger in the second panel, rendering further jamming pointless!

Sunday, August 3, 2014


This 24-minute comic (probably failed and completed after time was up) was a tripler, based on THREE pairs of words: 'iron' and 'flesh', 'offal' and 'donkey', and 'treasure' and 'nothing'. All three of which kind of sound like metal band names, but I bet Offal Donkey in particular are pretty hardcore.

Saturday, August 2, 2014


A 24-minute comic based on the words 'well-spirit' and 'peas'. If you didn't see that punchline coming, shame on you.

Friday, August 1, 2014


A 24-minute comic based on the words 'jerk' and 'crows'. Crows aren't actually jerks. Seagulls are jerks.

Thursday, July 31, 2014


A 24-minute comic probably based on the words 'mouse' and 'disguise' (or something like that? records are slightly hazy).

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Adventures of Weather Accountant (VARIOUS)

A jam based on a phrase suggested by Duncan that actually came out kind of poignant.