Published by Timebomb Comics
London Calling places a confused Charlotte in 1950s London in which not everything is quite as it should be. During World War Two, the French experimented with giving their troops vampire blood to try to make them impervious to bombs and bullets but post-war this backfired with an outbreak of vampirism in the country. To prevent the vampires taking over Paris the city was taken out of time using captured Nazi technology and now, as it tries to return, it is causing ripples in the fabric of time that are affecting Charlotte Corday in her undercover mission in London.
There, befriended by a charming vampire called Luca and while looking for another French agent, she gets caught up in a raid on a vampire club by the Metropolitan Police’s V-Squad and is arrested suspected of being a vampire herself.
The whole plot is book ended by a different Charlotte recovering her children from a flooded London and telling them the story of the book to pass the time.
Squadron of the Screaming Damned
Published by Timebomb Comics
The follow up to London Calling. Charlotte Corday is back as the mysterious secret agent whose missions are so top secret even she doesn’t know what they are and opens with a Word War Two German U-boat surfacing in Charlotte’s bathtub, as Page and Walsh give us another fabulous dose of the weird and wonderful that made London Calling such a hit.
The Iron Moon
Published by Print Media (print) and ROK Comics (digital edition)
Described as ‘Rorke’s Drift in Space’, The Iron Moon is a fast-paced steampunk-inspired adventure starring no-nonsense adventuress Charlotte Corday and is now available worldwide for iPad from the Apple iTunes store.
In the story, the twentieth century is just around the corner and Queen Victoria is hale and hearty as she heads into the second century of her reign. The British Empire stretches from the white cliffs of Dover to the red skies of Mars. Go-getting men and women of the imperial dominions flock to the colours, eager to make reputations and fortunes in the wilds of high space.
Take lieutenant Charlotte Corday, for instance. Born in what used to be known as France, she has risen to prominence through the ranks of the Royal Space Navy and now finds herself up to her neck in her greatest escapade yet. Watch as she travels to the mysterious Iron Moon! Marvel as she grapples with a conspiracy that may see the galaxy plunged into war! Goggle as she meets new and strange races, both mechanical and biological! Ponder how she manages to put away so many cups of tea! And prepare to have your brain scrambled as she scoops us up and carries us to the very limits of this universe… and into the next!
To be Published
Buzz-Bomb Follies of 1569
50 pages – Black and White
In which we learn of Queen Elisabeth the First’s enthusiasm for the Wild West, how Charlotte helped to foil the Vampiroid invasion and how the London Bus Pirates once menaced the streets
49 pages – Black and White
In which Charlotte plays two roles in the true stories of Spring Heel’d Jack and Alice in Wonderland. And how Charles Dickens was involved in the construction of the first Tube line.
Plunger’s Last Case
101 pages – Black and White
In which Charlotte appears somewhat bewildered in the 1970’s. The usual sort of thing, including a secret government plot, a huge floating city and the Great God Fantog. Plunger’s last case is a pretty spectacular one.
And what next? Well, we have ideas for Charlotte ‘s visit to Mars in a Dan Dare style colour story. And a Charlotte Corday Handbook/ Annual….