Comic artist

Now available in print to buy from Markosia is Roger’s graphic novel London Inferno. Originally published in France in 2003, the English-language edition was translated by Roger. For digital formats click here. For more information click here.

Cover art for London Inferno by Roger Mason.
Cover art for London Inferno.

Comics are highly efficient story-telling devices and Roger works closely with his clients to ensure they get the story they need. A skilful writer, Roger often works as a narrative consultant, and is capable of writing stories about any subject.

Clients have included Travelex, 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 his graphic novel The Mice.

Comic artist Roger Mason produces graphic novels and comics for use in presentations. Roger is a published author in France, where the books Mongo Le Magnifique and London Inferno were published by EP Editions, with writer LF Bollée.

Comic strip entry for The Observer, of two friends enjoying a beer.
Stanislas, an old character of mine, and his friend Paddy discuss being entered into The Observer’s short story competition.
Nexus Productions commissioned this James Bond and Heineken themed promotion. A digital, interactive installation in St Pancras station. Story and art by Roger Mason.
Nexus Productions commissioned this James Bond and Heineken themed promotion. A digital, interactive installation in St Pancras station. Story and art by Roger Mason.
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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
Sample page of The Mechanaut, story and art by Roger Mason and William Exley Click here to read ten pages of The Mechanaut comic
comic pages from the BD Mongo Le Magnifique
Cover art for Mongo le Magnifique book two. Comic artist Roger Mason, script by LF Bollée. Colours by Tanja Cinna.