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The History of Half Past Ten.

September 16, 2010

A few diary drawings from the nuclear winter that passes for summer in this country.

The first print run of Speaking of Not Knowing has now sold out!  Thanks to everyone who bought a copy, can’t believe they got polished off in a few months.  I will embark on another edition of it as soon as I get some god damned cash.


3 Comments leave one →
  1. October 3, 2010 11:45 pm

    Mister Nosh;

    These new strips keep getting better and better. It makes me sick quite frankly.
    How are the rest of us in the world o’ zines going to keep up ? I wonder if we should bother. It’s great you’ve sold out of your last Magnum Opus, though you’ve probably an audience of drainpipe trousered nonces with designer stubbled hats , which can’t be healthy really. Apologies, it’s just professional jealousy.Well, it would be , were I remotely professional.
    Or jealous.

    Keep up the good work Mr N. someone’s got to. I would, but I’ve got to put the bins out. I should really get a paper shredder, it’d be a lot easier !

    Look forward to the next issue !

    Paul Bearer

  2. October 3, 2010 11:47 pm

    p.s. “26/08/10” is quite, quite beautiful.

  3. October 4, 2010 9:18 am

    Mr Brown!
    Thank you for the kind words sir. Whilst I do think a bit of professional jealousy is actually kind of healthy, I also believe that you really have no cause for any. You probably can’t see it but you are one of the few passionate, decent comic artists around in this country and the fact that you would even take the time to comment or care about what is going on with my silly things is further evidence. Do you think that any of the dullards tweaking their latest daniel clowes rip offs care half as much?
    Hope you are incredibly well,

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