My travels with my Comic Art Masterclasses are evident from this grab bag of comics, created by my pupils, from Okehampton to Healing in Lincolnshire to Horris Hill in Berkshire. And a splendidly imaginative range of titles they've come up with, I must say.
Any excuse to draw Arnold Schwarzenegger riding on a hamster is good enough for me. And yes that is supposed to look like Howard The Duck, though I'm not sure it does. And, yes again, I am quite proud of my drawing of a Harley Davison on the front of Hog Rider, rattled off during breaktime in the middle of a busy class. Two classes a day in most cases, remember.
Dead Donald Duck Dies was the product of Horris Hill, famously the most Beano-fanatic schoolboys I've ever worked with, as a result of being a boy's boarding prep school with no TV. No Simon Cowell suggestions from that lot.
The celebs these various groups did in fact select to tread on a worm were Will I Am, The Queen, Joey Essex, David Bowie and James Bond.
Kev F Sutherland, as well as writing and drawing for The Beano, Marvel, Doctor Who et al, runs Comic Art Masterclasses in schools, libraries and art centres - email for details, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter. View the promo video here.