Winston Bulldog first appeared in 1993, starring in a series of small press comics written by Cobley and drawn by various artists including Neill Cameron, PJ Holden, Phil Elliot, Jim Cameron and Kieran Macdonald, amongst others. Some of the strips were later compiled into the anthology The Greatest Adventures Of Captain Winston Bulldog, while the two-issue miniseries Bulldog: Empire was included in The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga volume 1.
Frontier was originally serialised in the short-lived weekly comic The DFC. Following the cancellation of The DFC the strip was collected as a hardback, Frontier: Dealing with Demons.
Other comics written by Cobley include The Legend of Tom Hickathrift, drawn by Paul Harrison Davies and telling the story of a character from East Anglian folklore; and adaptations of Dracula (drawn by Staz Johnson), Frankenstein (drawn by Joe Sutliff Sanders), Henry V (drawn by Bambos) and An Inspector Calls (drawn by Will Volley).
- ↑ http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2009/the-greatest-adventures-of-captain-winston-bulldog/
- ↑ http://forbiddenplanet.co.uk/blog/2009/bulldog-empire-draft-needs-link-to-bulldog-best-of-para-1/
- ↑ http://writingcobblers.blogspot.co.uk/p/tom-hickathrift.html