Author Archives: Sarah Turner

CAFÉ SUADA – drawn by Inko

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Tea, coffee and romance abound in Cafe Suada, a series about a British teahouse and its war on the coffee bar next door.
Writer/Creator: Jade Sarson
Comic Artist/Writer and Illustrator. Creator of Cafe Suada and For the Love of God, Marie!. Winner of the 2014 Myriad First Graphic Novel Comp.
Guest artist: Inko
Inko is UK based Japanese manga artist. My works often imply cross overs of traditional Eastern and Western cultures.

THE SUN ALSO SHINES ON THE MORONIC – drawn by Courtney Svatek


The absurdities of the modern world and how to avoid dying of cynicism.
Writer/Creator: Will Caron
I’m an award-winning cartoonist and illustrator, as well as a writer and the editor of Summit magazine.
Guest artist: Courtney Svatek
I live at the intersection of art, gaming and theatre: streaming, drawing, directing plays and trying to make people smile. Enthusiast of sharp teeth and eyebrows.

TEACHER! A WEEKLY COMIC – drawn by Kate Hayward


TEACHER! a weekly comic strip from the eyes and minds of a typical classroom full of curious students.
Writer/Creator: Alex Chautin
Alex Chautin is a New York transplant in Western Massachusetts. In 2016, he edited the anthology Scenes From a Cafe Counter and began work on his weekly comic strip TEACHER! This year he co-curated a political graphic novel exhibit featuring over 100 pieces of original comic art. He spends most of his time either teaching or reading, while doing both in a plaid over-shirt.
Guest artist: Kate Hayward
Kate daws a lot while drinking too much tea & watching too many movies. As well as making designs for her shop,, she draws the web comic Legion of Kats & pencils the webcomic Team Spoopy, which she works on with two friends.

NYX IN THE OVERWORLD – drawn by Jade Sarson

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Fantasy adventure comics feat. Nyx, a kinda-magical loot-obsessed half-human half-something on a mum-saving quest that’s mysteriously similar to a videogame. Gnarly monsters, useless sidekicks, sick loot, a gathering darkness and sweet magic powers await.
Writer/Creator: Hari draws
Hari Conner is a prize winning comics artist and professional illustrator / big nerd, currently working on a bunch of fantasy comics set in the same universe. Hari grew up in London but moved north of the wall to level up at Edinburgh College of Art, and has remained in Scotland ever since, where you can find her murals in bars, products in shops and her face at conventions.
You can see hari’s work at or @haridraws on everywhere.
Guest artist: Jade Sarson
Comic Artist/Writer and Illustrator. Creator of Cafe Suada and For the Love of God, Marie!. Winner of the 2014 Myriad First Graphic Novel Comp.

AUNT REBECCA’S TRIPLET SONS – drawn by Rebecca Burgess



This comic is about the lives of Aunt Rebecca’s Sons. The story is separated in to three parts of the lives of the triplets. What can they do to help the girl they are trying to pursue? How can they encourage each other?
Writer/Creator: Cherish York
Cherish York is a illustrator/comic artist who makes slice of life comics with elements of history and humour. When she isn’t making comics she is either works as a volunteer at the cartoon museum or as an event steward in different parts of London.

Her current webcomic Aunt Rebecca’s Triplet Sons is not only a slice of life/romantic manga but has elements of history and languages too.

Guest artist: Rebecca Burgess
Short and awkward comic artist/illustrator residing in Bristol!

BREAKS – drawn by Francesca Dare


Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for. Breaks is the story of two young adults coming to terms with who they were, who they are and who they’ll become. It’s a love story…but a little broken.
Writer/Creator: Emma Vieceli & Malin Ryden
I love making art and words have comic babies together.
Guest artist: Francesca Dare
I am a small hermit living in London. My webcomic is Penny Blackfeather which has been running for five years. I have also worked on a few comic anthologies including Tempolush Tales of the Tanoox and Rosie and Jacinda. When not making comics I am throwing VFX rocks at movies, playing D&D or staring aimlessly out of a window thinking about unicorns or crumpets.

AUNT REBECCA’S TRIPLET SONS – drawn by Sarah Turner

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The web-comic tells the story of three of Aunt Rebecca’s Triplet Sons and the woman that they are trying to pursue.What can they do to help them and how will they encourage each other?
Writer/Creator: Cherish York
Cherish York is an illustrator/comic artist who creates slice of life comics with hidden elements of humour, history and romance. Her interest in comics goes back to her mid teens when one of her school friend gave a magazine of manga to read. When she isn’t making comics she creates various illustrations that are inspired from what is seen around her. Her current web-comic Aunt Rebecca’s Triplet Sons is inspired not only from her interest of manga but also of history and languages.
Guest artist: Sarah Turner
Sarah Turner is a part time comic book artist from Oldham, who’s now living in the bright lights(?) of Leeds… she’s loves a good cup of tea and a biscuit! When she’s not drawing her own comics, she also helps designs websites and works in IT. She is one of the WASP organisers and loves meeting and talking to other artists.


Penny Blackfeather – drawn by Courtney Svatek


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Penny Blackfeather is a Regencypunk webcomic about a young lady who wishes to go on an adventure. Currently is is updating it’s 2nd volume, with the first now in print. It features spirits, thieves, regency baths, magic and a parrot.
Writer/Creator: Francesa Dare
Francesca Dare is a VFX artist who also writes and draws comics. Her work has appeared in comic anthologies including Tempolush Tales of the Tanoox, Alidade and Wu Wei. The first volume of her comic Penny Blackfeather has been published by Sloth Comics. She lives in a small badger set in north London. She is one of the WASP organisers so if you want to get involved all you have to do is wait until midnight on a full moon, knock three times on the ground and offer her a wheel of cheese on a stick. Or just message her on twitter.
Guest artist: Courtney Svatek
Cartoonist, small-time and small-sized actress, enthusiast of sharp-toothed creatures. She’s making a comic about adventure game villains.

Ask Flimsy – drawn by Paula Albaneze

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Ask Flimsy
Ask Flimsy is a Q&A webcomic where the audience ask the questions. Flimsy is a kitten who tries her best but sometimes gets things wrong. She likes wine and (usually) gives very good advice!
Writer/Creator: Rachael Smith
Rachael Smith is a full time comic creator living in the UK. Her third graphic novel, Artificial Flowers, is out this May with Avery Hill Publishing and will debut at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
Guest artist: Paula Albaneze
Paula Albaneze is a small orange.


The Wasteland – drawn by Inko





The Wastelands
The Wastelands is a world left empty from its Gods as the mortals struggle to continue living with prisoned lands, corrupted guardians and abandoned temples. Following the lives of Rahu; a nomad who believes one god has cursed him. Kyror: the last prince of the Great Goddess’ land and Amy; a young girl who doesn’t belong.
Writer/Creator: Petitecreme
Petitecreme is an illustrator and comic artist that lives in the woods with her two black cats. Loves cute things and gory videogames, she creates feminine works with a slightly dark tinge.
Guest artist: Inko
Inko is an UK based Japanese manga artist. Her works often imply cross overs of traditional Eastern and Western cultures. She graduated Kyoto Zokei university of Art & Design in Japan, and Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in UK, then she kicked off her career in late 2008. She frequently joins various conventions, art projects such as Art on Underground, gives talks at museums, and deliver manga workshops in and outside UK. Her webcomic co-writed with Chie Kutsuwada ‘Go! Go! Metro!’, an action manga ‘Ketsueki’ story by Richmond Clements, and an art book‘Uniform Girls I’ are available.