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.

Friday, 28 February 2014

The Good Guys

Ex-Temple member and all round jolly nice chap Neil Alexander will be launching his anarchic superhero comic series 'Good Guys' at the Cardiff Comic Convention this weekend.  Comics are £3 each, or £5 for both.
The tagline for the series is:
'Saving the world that’s not in peril. Good Guys don’t give up, even when nobody needs them.'  So  you're sure to encounter happy hijinks and joyous carnage aplenty.
  If you're not attending the convention, they are both available on his newly revamped website here: http://neil-alexander.com/good-guys/buy-the-comic.html
If you are attending the convention then please pop along to Neil's stall an give him some money and a hug (he particularly enjoys big sweaty man-hugs.  Can't get enough of 'em).
He also has a Facebook page, which you can 'like' in an attempt to make Neil feel popular and handsome and stuff here:  https://www.facebook.com/goodguyscomic

Saturday, 22 February 2014

Temple Classic Covers 10

Temple classic cover 10 - Artwork (c) Neil Alexander.

This issue welcomed onboard my good friend Neil Alexander (another artist who I still work with from time to time).  Neil eventually partnered up with his mate Niblo, and together they wrote some of those most amusing 'artistic critics' of other contributor's work, usually over a bottle of cheap vodka.

Saturday, 15 February 2014

Temple Classic Covers 9

Temple classic cover 9 - Artwork (c) David Jeffreys. 

David had the pleasure of being the Temple's first controversial artist, with his liking for illustrating buxom young wenches in various states of undress.  He also gave rise to the Temple's very first Special edition, which was naturally a Swimsuit Edition.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

Temple Classic Covers 8

Temple classic cover 8 - Artwork (c) Ian Alexander.

Ian was the Temple's youngest member, and did this cover at the tender age of 12 or 13.  I still work with Ian to this day, and as you'll see from his work on Eat Me his art has come a long way since then...

This is also the issue that myself and Stu Giddings (along with a wealth of other newcomers) first joined the Temple.