March 26, 2011
There's a new four-page short story to download here for free. It's called The Saboteur, was written by Andy Winter and drawn by Mick Trimble. Andy and Mick last collaborated on the 2008 graphic novel Septic Isle which some people rather liked (“Right up there with Oni’s Queen & Country” - Regie Rigby, Comics Bulletin.com).
January 10, 2011
Moonface Press have no publishing plans for the immediate future but Eagle Award-winning writer Andy Winter is now searching for artists to collaborate with. The idea is to pitch professional comics companies ideas for graphic novel projects in a variety of genres (horror, sci-fi, superhero etc). If you're an artist and might be interested in finding out more, contact Andy at moonfacepress@hotmail.com

January 9, 2011
Please note that the Tim Skinner: Total Scumbag one-shot has now sold out. It can still be downloaded for FREE from the link at the top of the page.

February 18, 2010
TIM SKINNER: TOTAL SCUMBAG, by the Eagle Award-winning team of Andy Winter and 28 Days Later artist Declan Shalvey, is now available to download for FREE. The entire download runs to 43 PDF pages and also includes Skinner's first appearance from 2005's SHRIEK! one-shot. Just click the link at the top of the page...

September 7, 2009
MONGO, MUSIC CRITIC - a collaboration between Andy Winter and artist Tommie Kelly - is now available to download as a PDF for FREE. Just click on the link at the top of the page...

May 17, 2009
The Brothers one-shot and BritForce #1 are now both available from the shop. Brothers is £3 for 56 black and white pages (only one page of ads!). It's written by Andy Winter and drawn by Andrew Radbourne. BritForce is £4.50 for 64 black and white pages (again, only a single ads page). It's written and drawn by Andrew Radbourne with a gorgeous cover by the great Glenn Fabry (Slaine, Preacher). Postage and packing for both items is just £1.50.

Brothers Moonface Press
Brit Force Moonface Press


March 10, 2009

The Tim Skinner: Total Scumbag one-shot by the Eagle Award-winning team of writer Andy Winter & artist Declan Shalvey is now available from the shop. It's only £3 for 36 full-color pages.

Tim Skinner: Total Scumbag


July 1, 2008

Septic Isle hits the Previews catalogue in August and ships to comic stores in October – its ISBN number is 978-0-9542739-3-4

The book also has its very own website, where you can download the first 10 pages and read more about the characters. You'll find it here: www.britainisbroken.com

April 28, 2008
Septic Isle Launches at Bristol

UK independent comic publisher Moonface Press will launch its highly-anticipated new graphic novella, SEPTIC ISLE, at the Bristol International Comic Expo (May 9-11).

The book: The 52-page perfect-bound title has a full-colour cover and black and white interior artwork. An exclusive limited edition first printing of just 100 copies will be available at the Bristol Expo, priced £3.95.

The book is written by Andy Winter (Hero Killers, Blood Psi), drawn by Mick Trimble (MC2, The Many Worlds Of Jonas Moore) and boasts a wraparound cover by Declan Shalvey (Hero Killers, Freak Show). Andy and Declan were the creative team on Hero Killers which won last year’s Eagle Award for Best Black and White Comicbook – British. Declan is nominated for an Eagle again this year as Favourite Newcomer Artist.

Andy, Declan and Mick will all be on hand at the Moonface Press table at the Expo to chat about the book and sign copies.

The story: In the ’70s and ’80s, Jacob Marley was MI5’s most revered and feared agent. But he turned his back on Queen and country to pursue a more peaceful existence. Now, 15 years later and with his life collapsing around him, Marley has returned to find that the world of British espionage is more dangerous than ever before.

Ageing, heartbroken and off his game, Marley must now face off against Jerome Quinn. A former MI5 man himself, Quinn leads Odin’s Sword, a neo-Nazi terror organisation that has declared war on Britain’s Muslim community. He’s every bit as ruthless as Marley, only younger, stronger and smarter.

To beat him, Marley will need every shred of courage and cunning at his disposal – and it still might not be enough...

December 11, 2007
There's a very nice review of the four-story Shriek! anthology over at www.comicsvillage.com this week - Glenn Carter awards the book 9.5 out of 10. It's an upbeat note on which to end a year which has been overwhelmingly positive for Moonface Press, the highlight of which was Hero Killers winning the Eagle Award for Best British Black and White Comicbook back in May. We're going to be taking things up a notch or two next year with several projects on the release schedule - first out of the traps will be  Septic Isle (a graphic novella with artist Mick Trimble) in the spring. Until then, have yourself a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
31 August 2007
There's a nice review of BLOOD PSI in this month's SFX magazine (#161). Writer Charlie Hodge gives the book three-and-a-half stars out of five and says: "The narrative comes with two impressively unexpected twists that any 'major' writer would be very proud of, lifting the tale immeasurably." To see the whole thing just click on the "Workblog" button over on the left.

8 July 2007
There's an interview with artist Keith Burns and I over at comicbloc.com to plug the forthcoming release of Blood Psi. You'll find it here:


In amongst other things, I reveal which obscure foe I'd bring back if I ever got to write Batman, and Keith waxes lyrical about Hong Kong.

You should be able to find Blood Psi in British comic stores right now. It hits the States on 25 July, or shortly after...

30 May 2007

15 May 2007
We did it! Hero Killers emerged triumphant at last weekend's Eagle Awards in Bristol, scooping top honours in the "Favourite Black and White Comicbook - British" section. It was a tough category as we had to fight off strong challenges from well-respected UK indie titles such as Malcolm Magic and Future Quake. Many thanks to everyone who voted for us.

Here are a couple of photographs from the following day: 1) Hero Killers artist Declan Shalvey and I with our lovely Eagle-shaped award. 2) A sexy close-up of said award. For a full report on the Bristol Comic Expo, go to the "Workblog" section of this site.

Andy and Declan
Eagle Awards Trophy

18 April 2007
"The plot is very cleverly constructed... the storytelling is excellent throughout." Kelvin Green gives Blood Psi 4 bullets out of 5 in his review over at Silver Bullet Comicbooks:


16 April 2007
To celebrate Hero Killers' nomination in this year's Eagle Awards, for the next week only you can download the entire 28-page story as a PDF right here...

Click here to download full Hero Killers comic (PDF format)

Download it, read in and, if you like it, vote for it here: www.eagleawards.co.uk/vote.asp

The book is nominated in category 13: Favourite Black and White Comicbook - British. Polling closes on 22
April so be quick!

12 April 2007
There's a very nice review of Blood Psi on the Ain't It Cool News website this week. It uses phrases such as "an entertaining read" and "fresh and energetic". Artist Keith Burns is compared with Jim Calafiore. You can read the whole thing here:


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