Monday 27 April 2009

Socks Comics - 2nd printing available now!

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Comic -

Fresh off the presses a second printing of the Socks debut comic! 64 fun packed pages of their best comedy sketches, adapted and illustrated by Kev F out of The Beano.

Featuring the Socks' unique version of Romeo and Juliet, their interpretations of the TV classics Torchwood, Primeval and Life On Mars, a lecture on Deforestation, a study of the concept of Halloween, a fun colouring game for all the family and much much more, all lovingly contained between glossy full colour paperback covers. Contains some mild sweary words (but no Fs or Cs).*

Only £3.99 including postage to UK ($6 inc postage to US). Paypal to (don't forget to include your name and address when you pay).

* PS. Obviously the book contains the letter F and the letter C, in the context of other words. It'd be a pretty rubbish book that managed to avoid those two letters of the alphabet entirely. Think about it, they're in SO many words. We've just used 17 Fs and 28 Cs writing this advert alone. They're only worth a point each in Scrabble, for God's sake. they're positively ubiquitous. But you know what we mean. This book contains no "eff"s and no "cee"s. No effing and jeffing, that's what we're saying.

Friday 17 April 2009

Streets Of London - Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre

New from the Socks, a treatise on the deterioration of global capitalism and not just something we made up as we went along oh no.

Thursday 16 April 2009

Kids comics - Round 2: Somerset vs Doncaster

Kids comics - Round two. Somerset vs Doncaster

Here are the comics by kids from Bishop Sutton Primary School in Somerset, versus kids from Don Valley School in Doncaster. Who's best?

Comics by kids - who's best? You decide

My Comic Art Masterclass takes me the length and breadth of the country, teaching kids the fine art of comic strip. By the end of a morning or afternoon session they've produced a comic that they take home with them, along with a caricature by me of every single one of their hideous little faces. This past few weeks has been jam-packed with classes, and I must say the quality of their work has been fantastic. But whose comics have been best? You decide.

Here are a couple of comics by kids in Hemel Hempstead library. Here I've also shown the back covers, where I collect up their caricatures. I don't usually upload them this way cos, frankly, seen one kids face drawn in one-minute-flat, seen em all. But this gives you a taste of what they do. I would show you their actual strips from inside the comic, but life's too short. You'll have to settle for enjoying their contributions to each front cover. The titles are all their creations, and they each added something to the illustration.

Monday 13 April 2009

Dr Who Planet Of The Dead - by the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre

The Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre's take on the Dr Who Easter Special. We travelled all the way to bloody Weston Super Mare to film this, for no obvious reason. The first time we've ever devoted a video to a single episode of a programme, hope you like it.

Thursday 9 April 2009

You Never Close Your Eyes - Socks new vid

New short Socks vid. Recorded, if you need to know, in Hilton hotel Bradford, first time we've recorded a "studio" style video outside of our usual studio.

Monday 6 April 2009

Windipops - new kids TV concept from the Socks

At last a new video from the Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre (how long has it been?). They're not claiming it's their best. They unveil a new concept for kids TV...

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