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Posted by: Steve Hampson on 02 Apr 2010 7:07 am Post #52
From : Queniborough leics.

Hi Tony Bet you don't remember me. Hydonian ,friend of John saxon and David Hall, John Newton et al.I remember your artistic talents coming to the fore and was not surprised that you had "made it".You were learning the jewellry business with John newton the last time we met. I went awy to Univ etc etc and ended up in Leicestershire...Long story... I see you are performing at my neighbouring village, Barkby Village Hall next Friday.I had made a mental note to attend and I was so looking forward to seeing your show but I have to be away that week end now. I do hope your show goes well and Good Luck . Hopefully you get a return booking in The Charnwood area.
Posted by: Sonia on 02 Apr 2010 7:06 am Post #51
From : Eydon, northants

Saw the show at Blakesley and Woodend Village Hall tonight - brilliant, I laughed so much I had tears streaming down my face. Thanks for the cartoon. Great website too - congratulations to your son.
Posted by: Ian C on 02 Apr 2010 7:06 am Post #50
From : Leeds but in India

First the Goons - later Don Martin & Spy vs. Spy then PE - the Gays & Celeb - the brilliant Yobs up with the best - however like Rankin¥s Rebus and Ali G. and Bhorat you can have too much of a good thing. love to see some Celeb Chefs, Food Critics and other `Experts¥ solving the world¥s problems. Perhaps the `Civil Liberties Front¥ would be fair game. Love your work IanC
Posted by: Tracey Stewart on 02 Apr 2010 7:05 am Post #49
From : United Kingdom

Stumbled upon you via a link from a "Round The Bend" website. I absolutely loved this series and desperately want it to come out on DVD so that I can revel in the lunacy again. Love all the comic book illustrations on the website and found your site from their "Links" page. Cheers, Tracey
Posted by: Annabel Bristow on 02 Apr 2010 7:04 am Post #48
From : Marlow

Dear Tony, thanks for the favourite x
Posted by: joe mcqueen on 02 Apr 2010 7:04 am Post #47
From : ashton

Posted by: vivien peech on 02 Apr 2010 7:02 am Post #46
From : down the road from you

Oi! It\\\'s been too long... get in touch!
Posted by: Gill Heriz on 02 Apr 2010 6:55 am Post #45
From : Norfolk

Not all cartoonss get the giggle spot - yours do! Enjoyed the gurgle and the muscles in my face changing (laughing not grimacing) as I research cartoonists for a project asking for contributions for Cartoons for Global Justice. This is to raise awareness of issues of global justice - of which there are many - with schools and the community AND funding for NEAD through an auction of cartoons and exhibitions of national and local cartoonists as well as work done with young people with a local cartoonist SEG. This should be a fun and informative event. It would be wonderful if you agreed that this event is worth supporting and could donate a signed cartoon on any theme you thought important for Global Justice. If you would like to find out more about us please visit our website or contact me - Gill - on 07900 442 169. By the way we have had positive responses from Ralph Steadman and Polyp and Ethical Consumer. We also hope to get some sponsorship from the local paper for the workshops for young people. I look forward to hearing from you. Gill
Posted by: matt keeling on 02 Apr 2010 6:55 am Post #44
From : crewe

I have finally found the genius that brought a smile to my face as a kid and still does, I used to love Oink! and watching round the bend and is good to see the great TH is still as amusing as ever. nice 1, from one of your greatest fans :)
Posted by: Clang on 02 Apr 2010 6:53 am Post #43
From : Hull

Tony, I really like your cartoons. I remember Oink! well. It was a shame when it closed.
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