Forgotten Planet!

Check out this great new graphic novel from Orang Utan Comics co-founder, Pete Rogers, on Kickstarter!

Forgotten Planet – By Peter Rogers and Giancarlo Caracuzzo

A heart-felt science fiction, action adventure about freedom, identity and revisiting your past.

In 1976 …a secret war raged on Pluto.

In 2006…Pluto’s planet status was revoked.

One by one…those who know the truth are being silenced.

But one man remembers everything.

30 years later… Cale Beckett must return to the…

forgotten planet

Forgotten Planet is a Science Fiction graphic novel, created by Pete Rogers and Giancarlo Caracuzzo.  It follows Cale Beckett, a legendary former mercenary, as he seeks to unravel his past on the frozen planetoid.

Support Forgotten Planet on Kickstarter here.


C2E2 Day 2!

Hello again everyone!

Just a reminder that Ian Sharman, creator of Alpha Gods, Hypergirl and Hero: 9 to 5, is currently at C2E2, down in Chicago, for his second day in a row! He is at table D7 in the Artist Alley so come along if you can, he’d be happy to meet his fans =)

On offer Alpha Gods, Hypergirl and Hero: 9 to 5 for $30 if you buy all three. Prints are $5 each or all four for $15!


Hi guys, come and say hello to Ian Sharman, creator of Alpha Gods, Hypergirl and Hero: 9 to 5,  today at C2E2 if you’re in Chicago!

He is at table D7 in the Artist Alley and he’s got 10 signed and limited edition prints. Come and get them before they all go!Image

Thank you!

Orang Utan Comics would like to thank the organisers, creators, fans and everyone who worked so hard to make the London Super Comic Con the unreserved success that it was. We all had a truly superb time at the convention and were simply overwhelmed by the crowds of people drawn to our booth at the show.

We can’t wait to do it all again next year!

You can catch up with us next at Hi-Ex in Inverness on 31st March to 1st April 2012.

OUC at the LSCC

The London Super Comic Con has been discussed in hushed tones for months with excitement hitting fever pitch as the promotion machine kicked into high gear. Updates of creator guests, listing both American and UK talent, helped spread interest but it wasn’t until organisers announced the return of Stan Lee, back in the UK for the first time in many years, that the show reached the attention of an even wider comic aficionado circle. With IDW topping off a stellar guest list, workaholic professionals too have plenty to look forward to.

The inaugural show promises to bring comics back into centre stage and hopes are high.

OUC is excited to be taking part in such a big show that is so focused on comics.” Enthuses Orang Utan Comics’ Editor in Chief, Ian Sharman. “To be part of an event that’s attracted such an amazing guest list is truly thrilling. It gives us an opportunity to reach an audience that we know are enthusiastic about comics and we’re all very energised by the opportunities that will hopefully bring.”

Preparation for the convention has been a very busy time for OUC. Ian Sharman has created striking logos, graphics and other content that we will be proud to present to the comic fans. Be sure to look out for a special free souvenir convention booklet containing exclusive art from many of the attending guests.

We are also proud to announce the official launch of our newest book Alpha Gods: Emergence. You are invited to visit our table (B 19) to have your copy signed by the OGN’s creators. Markosia and Orang Utan Comics will be offering portfolio reviews.

Do not miss your chance. Be there on 25th – 26th at the ExCel centre in London.
Markosia – booth B 18.
Orang Utan Comics – booth B 19.