Friday, 14 December 2012

A nice hospital in the mountains. They're so friendly there.

Here's ROMAN the mercenary, just going to a sinister mountain spa and hospital for a bit of "special treatment".  Let's hope he makes it out of there in the end!
There are only about 8 panels left to do and so this story, "The Waters of Death", should be up on Kindle and Smashwords etc. before Christmas.
Thanks for reading!

Saturday, 3 November 2012

New Stories Arriving!

Sinister goings-on at the spa...

A reissued Chris Reynolds story featuring Superhero 'The Moon Queen' is available here exclusively from Amazon.co.uk, titled 'The Hands From Space'.
Next up will be 'The Waters of Death' (above) featuring 'Roman' the Mercenary, with a short story "Taboo Trails" (b/w) also included in the eBook. This 'Roman' story will be available on Smashwords, Apple, Kobo, Barnes & Noble etc as well as Amazon stores. Full colour. Why has Roman been sent to the sinister mountain spa?

Thursday, 4 October 2012

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Coming Soon: Another Detective in Town

STEPHANIE: Miss Pleck - Shouldn't you be manning the Reception desk?

ROSA: Who are you?

STEPHANIE: Stephanie Pope, your new Office Manager.

Friday, 10 August 2012

"Contemplative Science Fiction"

Before continuing with Cinema Detectives, a new Mauretania Comics story, Planet 4

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

"Lost Son's New Song" renamed "Bull Ring"

Because Birmingham's Buill Ring and New Street area is where the climax of the story happens.  Here's one of the murals in the undercrofts.

Friday, 27 July 2012

More from "The Lost Son's New Song" ...


The story is moving along. After a surprising conversation on a stakeout Ken and Rosa discuss the case back in the office next morning...

Sunday, 22 July 2012

The Lost Son's New Song

Cinema Detectives: The Lost Son's New Song
Here's the first panel from the next Cinema Detectives story, "The Lost Son's New Song" about a missing man.

Friday, 13 July 2012

The Night Whisperer goes on sale

Cinema Detectives: The Night Whisperer
When Mrs Kathy Baier begins to hear the sounds of old movies in her bedroom it's time for Rosa Pleck and Ken Prime, the Cinema Detectives, to investigate. What building alterations have taken place recently? What's really happening here? And why are the sounds of the movies followed by the sound of screaming?
This one is on sale at 0.99 - a bargain to all of Ken and Rosa's fans.
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/204413

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

The End of Dark Matter

 
"Cinema Dertectives: The End of Dark Matter" is now complete and ready for download for free at Smashwords.com: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/178606
Next I'll be working on "Cinema Detectives: The Night Whisperer" about an actual old cinema - but that will be a paid one.
Chris

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Kenny Kraze


"Hello, my name's Kenny Kraze," from the new Cinema Detectives "The End of Dark Matter".

Saturday, 23 June 2012

Battle Ground now Live

The beginning of things...

Cinema Detectives: Battle Ground is now live at:
The next exciting case for the Cinema Detectives will be about a new university research lab:
"The End of Dark Matter".


Friday, 22 June 2012

Battle Ground





Cinema Detectives: Battle Ground. The Cinema Detectives travel to a castle in Wales - out very soon and available from http://cinemadetectives.com/

Thursday, 14 June 2012

5 Star review for Cinema Detectives

To my amazed delight, a 5-star review of "Cinema Detectives: Man at the Top" has been posted on the Smashwords.com website!

Monday, 11 June 2012

"Man at the Top"

Renamed "Man at the Top" from "They Walked on My Grave" the new Cinema Detectives strip is now complete and ready for your delectation at Smashwords.com. I'm experimenting with a free download for this one as the Smashwords people recommend it to get word around!




Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Ken Prime runs off - Latest panel in-progress from "Cinema Detectives: They Walked on My Grave" - about half-way through the story.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Cinema Detectives Office Argument



Here's Rosa and Ken having a little office argument about whether Ken should go "speed-dating" or not. This is a slightly amended version of the new drawing style and I'm not sure I'm going to be using it quite like this. No news on production of the Cinema Detectives play just yet...

Thursday, 24 May 2012

Advert for two new Cinema Detectives stories drawn in a "new style" using a "Studio System" of assembled components. Starting work on these now. Let's see how it goes. Your favourite Cinema Detectives remain at cinemadetectives.com

Friday, 18 May 2012

Monday, 14 May 2012

Cinema Detectives Play is done

The play is now ready! The script may have to change with regard to performance issues but that can come later.
http://cinemadetectives.com/cinema_detectives_play.zip
More Cinema Detectives comics next...

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Cinema Detectives play - first draft

This is a ten-minute play for three actors with minimal staging requirements. Possibly friends or even children could perform it at home! It's a bit of a runabout! First draft can be found here:

http://cinemadetectives.com/cinema_detectives_play.zip

Monday, 7 May 2012

Cinema Detectives play

New stage plan.
I have deleted the "old movie projector" from the staging requirements as it may interfere with the audience's view. The play is now assumed to take place "behind the movie screen" rather than in the cinema's projection room.

Cinema Detectives ebook

Cinema Detectives ebook
The smashwords Cinema Detectives book has now gone through the next stage of the approvals process.
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/153072

Sunday, 6 May 2012

Progress...

I hope to have some work done on this play by the end of the week.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Cinema Detectives Stage Plan

Here is the initial idea for the stage plan, audience at the bottom. It represents the projection room at a disused cinema. All the action to take place on this one set.

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

'New' ebook

'New' Cinema Detectives ebook. Actually, it's quite an old story, written in the early 1980's and finally drawn-up about '86. It appeared in 'Mauretania Comics' and in the Lulu 'Cinema Detectives' book, but this is its first ebook incarnation:
"Comic strip seen through the eyes of weary American detective "Inspector Rockwell". It is apparently just after World War II and Rockwell is baffled by the mysteriously disappearing buildings in his city. The arrival of Rosa Pleck, the English "Cinema Detective" and movie heroine, causes him to become more hopeful. But when Rosa leaves his anxieties about the case start to become more of a general concern about his world."
http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/153072
Coming soon - Cinema Detectives, the play.

New images

Cinema Detectives - new "Street" and "Telephone" images: