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Darryl Cunnigham’s Tony Blair

February 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

Darryl Cunningham does his take on Tony ‘I have no regrets’ Blair; I will just direct you to go look because if I comment on it and the man’s appearance at the Iraq War enquiry...

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You can always tell it’s coming up for Christmas when we start seeing lots and lots of lovely comic Christmas cards… and so it begins: Courtesy Darryl Cunningham, whose Psychiatric Tales is much anticipated from...

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Psychiatric Tales ends on a personal note

November 4, 2009 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been following our former cartoonist-in-residence Darryl Cunnigham’s Psychiatric Tales as he’s been posting pages on LiveJournal then you will already know that they have been utterly compelling, drawing on his time in psychiatric...

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Suicide

October 5, 2009 | 1 Comments

Darryl Cunningham continues to post previews of his absorbing Psychiatric Tales series, which will be published next year by Blank Slate. He’s now reached the penultimate chapter of the series, which draws on his own...

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Psychiatric Tales

September 10, 2009 | 0 Comments

Our former cartoonist-in-virtual-residence Darryl Cunningham has posted up a look at more pages from his increasingly fascinating series Psychiatric Tales, drawing on his time working in a psychiatric ward to give a much more reasoned...

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Self harming

August 5, 2009 | 0 Comments

Darryl Cunningham‘s posted up more extremely interesting work, drawing (no pun intended) again on his previous experiences working on a psychiatric ward, this time looking at self harming (via Tom at Comics Reporter who spotted...

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The mean streets of San Diablo

June 30, 2009 | 2 Comments

Regular readers will know that the Act-i-vate webcomics collective is one of my favourites, home to some excellent creators and its worth reminding anyone who hasn’t had a look recently that there’s an added reason...

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