Another Beano, and another Bash Street Kids by me! This week, Teacher is late for school – but with PE and Art on the timetable, the kids aren’t unduly bothered…
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Tommy in grave peril (geddit?!)
Another week, another Beano – and another Bash Street Kids written by me!
This time, everybody’s favourite swot, Cuthbert, gets a pasting from the bullies at Posh Street School. Our kids don’t like this and set about turning Cuthbert from wimp to champ before the bell rings. Once again, incredible artwork by David Sutherland has really brought the story to life.
So, don’t delay – get your Beano today!
I can finally reveal a very exciting secret – I’ve been writing for The Beano!
My first story is for my favourite strip of all – The Bash Street Kids…
I’ve been a fan of The Beano for as long as I can remember, so when the chance arose to pitch some story ideas to the editorial team – I jumped at it. I’m so thrilled to see this story in print (the first of several) – and I’m even more excited that it has been drawn by none other than the legendary Beano artist, David Sutherland, who started providing the artwork for The Bash Street Kids several years before I was born!
In this tale, the kids’ classroom is invaded by pesky mice, attracted by the contents of Fatty’s lunchbox.
If you want to find out how Class 2B deals with the invasion – rush out and pick up a copy of this week’s Beano. It’s out now!
What’s that you say? You’d like a brand new nine-book series of comedy space adventures for reluctant readers? No problem!
Space Hoppers by Tommy Donbavand will be published this October by the lovely folk at Rising Stars…
In the year 2811, it was finally agreed that adults were to blame for everything wrong in the Solar System – from uninspired TV scheduling to global warming – and so governments around the world agreed to enforce retirement at the age of 18. The kids now rule the universe!
Space Hoppers follows the adventures of agents Dan Fireball, Astra Moon and Volt as they patrol the universe, fighting crimes and chasing the Solar System’s most notorious villain, The Geezer!
So sorry for the radio silence – I’ve been unwell again!
Yes – in what now appears to be an annual event, I’ve been in Blackburn Hospital, suffering from pneumonia. I even took a selfie for you to enjoy…
I’m now back home and on the mend, although I’m having to cancel my final five school events of the year (apologies to everyone concerned; I hope I can make it up to you sometime). I’m resting up, and will be back to work soon.