Temple Showcase Deadline

Next Temple Showcase Deadline: EXTENDED 'til 7th November 2014

Please email all comic related submissions to the email address above (with Temple Comic Submission as the subject header). Pages must be a minimum of 1240 pixels wide, at 150dpi (no more than 20 pages per contributor).

If you are unsure of what to send, please see past issues which are downloadable for free from the 'Download Previous Temple Issues' section.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Temple APA Issue Fourteen

Temple APA Issue Fourteen is now available to download as a totally free pdf file, containing contributions from the likes of Dave Hailwood, Paul Eldridge, Simon Mackie, Tony Suleri, and Malcolm Kirk, who also provides the cover.

You can download from Dropbox, MediaFire or view online at MyEbook.
PDF file size is 13.26 MB.

The Temple APA is a showcase for amateur and professional creators who are active in the UK comics scene. If you'd like to contribute or just want more information, check out the Temple blog or like us on Facebook...

Temple APA blog
Temple APA Facebook page

Monday, 8 July 2013

Test Issue of Temple 14 Now Available

A test version of issue fourteen is now available if you right click HERE!

Don't share the link just yet. This is just a test issue to iron out any bugs. Download, read, check for mistakes, and let me know if it's all okay or if something's gone horribly amiss.

Once we know what's what, I'll post the link again in a couple of days time, with any ammendments made, a cover pic and some nice blurby stuff and you can share as much as you want then.


SPOD! Comic anthology Kickstarter

Spod!  The oddites from space comic anthology containing a collection of sci-fi shorts originally conceived as part of Mark Millar's Clint project is looking for funding on Kickstarter.

As well as containing the work of several Temple Apa members (including myself, Dave Thomson and Neil Alexander) there's a whole host of rather impressive looking strips from comic creators around the globe.  And if you pledge at least a tenner, you will get an exclusive 16 page digital comic by me and Dave Thomson, which contains the making of Love and War, plus our first ever comic collaboration - The One Eyed Wench (pictured above).

Even if you don't have spare cash to spend you can help by spreading the word about the kickstarter, as without full funding it may never make publication.

Anyway, here' the link and thanks for your support:

Spod On Kickstarter

Wednesday, 3 July 2013


Temple member Paul Harrison-Davies has a brand new webcomic out, dedicated to the child friendly adventures of Astrodog!  Updated with new material every monday and friday, the strip is well worth checking out.  Paul's Astrodog strip has come close to getting professionally published on several occassions, but luck has never been on its side.

Hopefully the webcomic will draw more attention to Astrodog, so spread the word you happy shiny people!

Astrodog Website