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Regarding delivery costs: For The Many Not the Few, postage fees are added to the cost of the book itself. (Drop me a line if you want to order multiple copies.) A per-order postage charge (£1.20) is added for delivery outside Poland for orders under £11. Otherwise, there are no additional charges for delivery to all destinations!


~ BOOKS and COLLECTIONS ~


The Many Not the Few
An Illustrated History of Britain Shaped by the People

In this episodic people's history of Britain, an old union rep, Joe, and his granddaughter, Arushi, spend a few pleasant days exploring the history of the labour movement, from the Peasants' Revolt of 1381 right up to Brexit—taking in the Levellers and the Luddites, and two centuries of trade unionism along the way. With a mix of serious research and family jokes, Joe and Arushi delve into the ideological battles and class conflict, considering what unions are for, and what their future might be.

Written by Sean Michael Wilson and drawn by Robert Brown, with a foreword by Jeremy Corbyn

Published in July 2019 by Workable Books (an imprint of New Internationalist & the General Federation of Trade Unions)

ISBN: 9781780264448 – 128 pages (160 mm x 230 mm)



Price: £9.99 + postage

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KILLJOY
is a vehicle for
an ongoing cartoon memoir project
gradually accumulating stories and vignettes from my childhood.



Killjoy #1–5 Bumper Bag
(Free postage worldwide.)


Acquire the first five issues of Killjoy at a special discount rate!
Series review (issues #1-3): Mini Comic Courier

Note: Issue #2 is temporarily out of print; order now for immediate delivery of issues #1 and #3–5, with issue #2 to follow in 2020. I'll send along a digital copy of issue #2 (first edition) for you to read in the meantime!

Price: £15


~ SINGLE ISSUES ~



Killjoy #5 – price: £4

Featuring the first instalment of 'The Great British Summer Holiday', about the frolics and failures of family holidays in 1997. [28 pages | A5]

Review: Broken Frontier

Sample pages – 01 || 02 || 03 || 04

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Killjoy #4 – price: £4

Six short stories, regarding: a faked abscondment; a deathly nightmare; visiting the home of a stranger; the joy of leaving school; the fumbled rituals of Shrove Tuesday; and being a sporting blunderer. [32 pages | A5]

Review: Broken Frontier

Sample pages – 01 || 02 || 03 || 04

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Killjoy #3 – price: £3

Contains issue-length story 'Valentine', charting the course of a brief primary school romance: playground tattle, secret dens, first kisses, cable TV, furtive lamplit diary entries and some really inept roller-skating. [24 pages | A5]

Reviews: Broken FrontierOptical Sloth

Sample pages – 01 || 02 || 03

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Killjoy #2 – price: £3 (2nd edn. pre-order)

Comprises five short strips: playground conflict, forbidden pleasures, early love and more. [20 pages | A5]

Reviews: Broken FrontierOptical SlothSPCR

Sample pages01 || 02 || 03

Note: Out of print. Click below to pre-order the 2nd edition, coming in 2021!

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Killjoy #1 – price: £3

Featuring 'Cub Camp', the story of my first experience of camping, with the Cub Scouts. (second edition) [24 pages | A5]

Reviews: Broken FrontierOptical SlothPop Culture HoundSPCR
Staff Pick at Orbital Comics (London)

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Sea Mouse #1 and #2

Before Killjoy, the first two strips for the Catch a Fairy project ('The First Sleepless Night' and 'Ways of Playing: The Wire') were published in Ian Cockburn's anthology Sea Mouse. (I also provided the cover art/text for issue #2.) I have very limited stocks of issues #1 and #2.

£2.50 each

Sea Mouse #1 Sea Mouse #2
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