Comic artist

Clients include Holocaust Centre of New Zealand, Travelex, Markosia, 2000 AD, Plan, Engine Service Design, EP Editions (France), Nexus Productions, Parklife architects and Unit 9. Please scroll down, and also visit the page about my graphic novel The Mice. Now available to buy from Markosia is my graphic novel London Inferno. For digital formats click here. Originally published in France in 2003 by EP Editions, the English-language edition was translated by myself.

Written by LF Bollée, London Inferno is described by La Tribune as ‘an hallucinatory theatre of shadows and lights’. Bollée and I subsequently created the graphic novel adaptation of George Chesbro’s novel An Affair of Sorcerers, published as Mongo Le Magnifique.

  • Two London street police chase a criminal sex offender in a car. Comic art.
  • Two London coppers chase a criminal. Comic art.
  • London Inferno cover inspired by Jack Kirby. By Roger Mason, available from Markosia
Sample page of The Mechanaut, story and art by Roger Mason and William Exley Click here to read ten pages of The Mechanaut comic

  • Mongo the Magnificent looks at a spell book. Bande dessinee cover art.
  • New York police investigate a sinister murder in this page from the comic Mongo Le Magnifique
  • New York police investigate a sinister murder in this page from the comic Mongo Le Magnifique
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Comic strip developed in association with the architects responsible for renovating a local park. This strip was posted to local residents in Airedale, Yorkshire. Story and art by Roger Mason