Invisibules are abstract comics strips invented by Andrew Kay on June 4th 2009 during a fifteen minute cycle ride between his office and his house at around 17.30 BST.
More recently he’s been trying to learn to draw properly, and the Invisibule characters are now rarely unseen in the strips.
He wishes to declare the following influences:
- Abstruse Goose
- Garfield minus Garfield
- The Goon Show
- Monty Python
- Peter Blegvad & Leviathan
- Buttercup Festival
and also wishes to declare that he’d never even heard of “The Invisibles” before he drew the first thirteen Invisibules comics. He’s still never looked at one.
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A special mention for Luke Surl, who has a great comic strip and who suggested a comic-strip-pool-fest.
Another special mention for Peter Roy who writes the always amusing and often hilarious Twisted Peel.