The Mice to go in the December issue of Previews UK

The Mice in The Factory Menace, the first graphic novel in the series, will be in the December issue of Previews UK. This is D

Cameron Johnson Shakespeare, new Mice character

New Mice character, CJ Shakespeare. Art by Roger Mason Recently been laid up with the flu, or a rather watered-down version of

Rough layout from The Mice

Detail from a layout rough for a page from the next Mice graphic novel. Production of the next Mice GN continues apace. Here&#

New alien characters from The Mice graphic novel

Aliens from book three of The Mice, currently in production. This is the full-length character study of the aliens who work in

Re-design of The Mice in The Factory Menace

The first Mice graphic novel is going into Previews UK, either in December or January, which means it will be available for co

Fforde Ffiesta 2057 in Swindon last weekend

My mum and I attended the Jasper Fforde fan convention in Swindon, the Fforde Ffiesta, where we had a really fantastic time ce

Glowing review of The Mice on the Forbidden Planet blog

Review: The Mice.. a post-apocalyptic tale with a sense of scale… – Forbidden Planet Blog Many thanks to Richard B

The Making of Next ‘Home’ by Framestore

Mike McGee of Framestore, left, and Roger Mason working on the storyboards for Next ‘Home’ commercial in 2013. Her

How to market a graphic novel

Well, one way of doing it anyway. For a few years I have been friendly with Matt and Fanos at Big Smoke Media, a south-east-ba

A short article about naming the characters in The Mice

Diana attempts to rescue Rowling from the soup vat in The Mice: The Factory Menace The two lead humans are called Mulligatawny

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An article about The Mice and Scar Comics

The Mice graphic novels available from Scarcomics.com/shopfacebook/scarcomics The Mice began life when I was spending Summers

downthetubes.net news blog: Scar Comics bring back Roger Mason’s Mice

downthetubes.net news blog: Scar Comics bring back Roger Mason’s Mice The blogosphere is getting the word around about t

New MICE graphic novel available from Scar Comics

My new graphic novel, THE MICE: CULTURE SHOCK (£8.99, 100 pages) is now available to buy from Scar Comics online shop PRAISE

Teaching drawing skills at Samsung Design Europe

Comic book drawing workshop artwork by Roger Mason In October 2012 I was hired by Malin Andersson, creative UX manager of Sams

New MICE graphic novel

The Mice in Culture Shock. Cover art by Roger Mason This Spring, from Scar Comics. 100 pages, £8.99. More information soon. s

Next Christmas commercial

Storyboards commissioned by Framestore for the recently-aired Next Homeware television commercials. HB pencil on cartridge pap

The Mice reviewed in SFX

Here’s a review of my graphic novel The Mice: The Factory Menace, available to buy from Scar Comics online shop, taken f

The Mechanaut

Page from The Mechanaut comic, by Roger Mason and William Exley Uploaded to this site are the first ten pages from The Mechana

2000 AD Terror Tale

The following five pages I drew for the Steve Moore -scripted Terror Tale Murdermind which was published in 2000 AD prog 1311

Dredd 3D

Dredd has always been one of my favourite comics, growing up as I did on a steady diet of 2000 AD. Curious readers ought to ch