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Ben Mitchell is an Australian artist, designer, writer and comic book slinger from the Australian coastal town of Newcastle. Something that we greatly admire. Describe a memory from some stages of your life …. Who would win in a fight and why: Wonder Woman Vs. Marge Simpson?
If people wanted to collaborate, work wth you or just buy some art — how should they get in touch? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Art Whore. Currently 26 years old. I just put out a comic called Ghost Beach! Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. People from Newcastle thought I was from the Central Coast and people from the Central Coast thought I was from Newcastle whenever I bounced between the two for events.
I would tear the perforated edges off and fill those blue and white striped sheets with mostly derivative cartoon characters and caricatures of me and my dad! I remember being surprised that it was printed on newsprint even though the colours were so bright. When I was six or seven I would always draw this extremely cool skateboarder with John Lennon sunglasses and a centre part.
I used to think it would be a super cool idea to tie empty cans to the back of a skateboard so they would clang around against asphalt, like a car at a wedding. My whole life was a lie! I think I was expecting it to be a crazy action fantasy story, but that issue in particular turned out to be about the talking echidna going on his first date and stressing out at his friends about it.
I remember there was a scene at an arcade where he lashes out at a talking crocodile for being presumptuous about his new girlfriend. I loved it. This introduced me to the concept of comics being funny stories about teenagers getting into mischief — the Archie Comics way — and after subscribing to the Knuckles series and getting bombarded with ads for comics about Betty and Veronica, it was only a matter of time before I was into the same silly comics my parents were into when they were my age.