OldMan Comics Inc #22

OldMan Comics Inc #22

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Click here to view OldMan 01

Click here to view OldMan 02

Click here to view the Indoctrination poem

Click here to view Lives of Creatives

Click here to view OldMan 04 – Star Trek

Click here to view OldMan 05 – Missing Time

Click here to view OldMan 06 – Back When I Was Abducted

Click here to view OldMan 07 – Pickles from the Polish store

Click here to view OldMan 08 – of Socks and Slippers

Click here to view OldMan 09 – Fame at Last

Click here to view OldMan 10 – Battle of Hastings

Click here to view OldMan 11 – This time it’s personal

Click here to view OldMan 12 – Bob’s Life

Click to view OldMan 14 – Magazine Feature

Click here for Viking Comics Inc.’s latest project – The Horned God

Click here for the completed Viking Comics Inc. graphic novel The Hammer Flies

Click here for Viking Comics Inc. graphic novel for older children Oski and the Amulet

Visit Fortean Times

Click to view – OldMan 18 – Those Terrible Towers

Click to view – Terrible Tower of Flame

Click to view – Knock Them Down

Click to view Hobb and the Normans at Cliffords Tower

Danger Moose

Navy Blue Knickers

Cancer Care Capers – OldMan #19

OldMan Comics #20 – Learning some moves; grandkid-wise

OK Popsico you asked Ana and here you Go – Hey You!

OldMan Comics #22



6 thoughts on “OldMan Comics Inc #22

  1. Julie Speedie

    Hi Ade,

    Many thanks for all your lovely drawings and quirky observations , and your prose poems in the instalments of the not-quite-Daily Deity – they’ve certainly helped to keep me going through a rather difficult time. Love the overheard “This is the right platform. But we have to wait till the train’s here before we can get on” – a sentiment worthy of Private Eye’s Commentatorballs, methinks.

    A friend of my mother’s has recalled that there was nothing my mother loved more than a jolly good argument. I can imagine my mother’s first encounter with Death – although I think it would be more accurate to call it Death’s first encounter with her. To eavesdrop in the middle of the conversation:


    Mother [following Death’s having said something that’s not quite logical]: “That doesn’t make sense. It can’t be this and that at the same time, it can only be one or the other”.


    “Proven, not prooven”.


    Mother [who has, unbeknownst to Death, been surrrptitiously counting the number of times he’s said YOU KNOW]: “You know, you know, you know…”

    Looking forward to seeing you at the Ankh-Morpork Opera Tuesday-after-next evening,


    Julie xxx



  2. adrianspendlowblog.com

    aw thank you. its weird to think it is weeks of thinking of stuff, minutes of drawing and then two days of hard work just for one edition. i am glad it is that quirky moment of drawing it that captures you. ta x


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