Blood Blokes preview

Posted on Aug 12, 2010 in comics, news

With my webcomic The Everyday ending today, I thought it would a good time to reveal the 7 page preview of my next comic project ‘Blood Blokes’, a slacker vampire story set in Manchester that I intend to be a 6 issue series. I hope you like it.

(Click image for bigger version of double page spread)

These are the 7 pages from the print copy of the preview I debuted at the TCAF comic show in Toronto back in May. Please note the pages are designed for print and so the text may be a teeny bit small to read on screen, sorry ’bout that, luckily there’s not much speech in the intro.

Look out for more Blood Blokes news very soon on this blog.


  1. The Everyday » Archive » The Everyday #200!
    August 12, 2010

    […] See below for lots of alternate endings by readers and comic artist friends and a little later in the day there’ll be a longer blog post about the future of The Everyday in print and what comic I’ll be working on after this, i.e Blood Blokes. […]

  2. Ste Hitchen
    August 12, 2010

    Great stuff, also… I have that mario alarm clock somewhere! “Wake up, it’s time to leave dream land!”

  3. Can Y.
    August 12, 2010

    Looks great Adam! Looking forward to reading it.

  4. King AdBeck
    August 12, 2010

    Blood Blokes – great title! Are you going to stick to the 9-panel format throughout? Could this, in fact, be the next Watchmen?

  5. The Everyday » Archive » Ever onwards…
    August 12, 2010

    […] time to devote to my other, long running projects. The biggest of these is easily Blood Blokes, a 7 page preview of which is up on my main website’s […]

  6. Guest Comic On The Everyday | Rebeldog Comics
    August 12, 2010

    […] thee well, Mr. Cadwell, and good luck with your new project, Blood Blokes. Rebeldog Comics wishes you all the best! Posted on August 12, 2010 by King AdBeck ~~ Filed […]

  7. Lizzy Green Peppers
    August 13, 2010

    I read the “Here Comes the Sun” lyrics and started singing it to myself. =)

    Its very good, it reads like a film and I can hear the sound effects in my head.

  8. Lee
    August 23, 2010

    Looking fwd to reading the debut issue. Loving the Tomine Weezer poster.

  9. Eric
    August 30, 2010

    looking forward to read more. :)