Websites: www.davidshenton.com, www.dscomics.co.uk
Bio: A very British queer cartoonist chronicling all our glorious follies and foibles (serious and comic) since 1975.
Shenton has been our comforter when we can't keep up the pose anymore, offering weekly solace in the guise of the classic 4-frame strip in practically every gay publication in the UK. Five books and a cartooning career in the national press later, he's back to his pervy roots, shoving his own stuff on his very own website, DS Comics.
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Bananas Are Not the Only Fruit
Stanley & The Mask Of Mystery
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
LONDON'S DRILL HALL PRESENTS MAJOR RETROSPECTIVE OF CARTOONISTS KATE CHARLESWORTH AND DAVID SHENTON
[News, Posted 1/25/10]
Drill Hall, located in London’s Bloomsbury district, is hosting "Drawn Out & Painted Pink", a major retrospective on the work of cartoonists Kate Charlesworth and David Shenton. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP for the opening night reception on Monday, February 1st, where they will have the opportunity to meet the artists from 6pm-8.30pm. The exhibition will continue throughout February 2010, coinciding with LGBT History Month.
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
REVIEW: "DRAWN OUT & PAINTED PINK"
[Source: GaydarNation, Added: 2/8/10]
Both Charlesworth and Shenton cut their teeth in a variety of gay publications including Gay News, Sappho, Gay Scotland and the Capital Gay, way back in the days when such...
[Source: GaydarNation, Added: 2/4/10]
The works of lesbian cartoonist Kate Charlesworth, along with the cartoons and comics of David Shenton, are the subject of a new exhibition at The Drill Hall.
BRISTOL COMIC EXPO RELEASES COMPLETE EVENT SCHEDULE
[Source: ComicBookResources.com, Added: 5/2/08]
Knockabout make a welcome return to the Bristol Expo—at their table Gilbert Shelton and Hunt Emerson will be signing their books, along with special guest David Shenton and his graphic novel Get...