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Webcomics: Tony Holdsworth

How We Met
A square 4-panelled comic. The panels depict an astronaut in space over the earth, and says that NASA trains them for everything, but nothing prepared them for what they just found on top of the space station. A ghost sits coquettishly and says "Hey there, hot stuff".
A square 4-panelled comic. The panels depict an astronaut encountering a ghost on a space station. A vicar is on board and requests permission to exorcise the ghost. the ghost explains its circled the earth for 30 years looking for true love. And that it has its eye on the astronaut. The exorcism was approved!
A square 4-panelled comic. The panels depicts a ghost in space pleading with an astronaut and a vicar aboard a space station, who want to exorcise it. The ghost fears that the exorcism will damn his eternity of bliss before he finds his one true love. In the final panel, the vicar assesses his beliefs and concludes there is only one thing to do.
A square 4-panelled comic. The panels depicts a vicar pronouncing the marriage of a ghost and an astronaut, who then share a kiss. The final panel shows the ghost and the astronaut telling the tale of their marriage to four of their children with the caption 'How we met'.
  • Tony Holdworth's webcomic: Part 1 of 4

  • Tony Holdworth's webcomic: Part 2 of 4

  • Tony Holdworth's webcomic: Part 3 of 4

  • Tony Holdworth's webcomic: Part 4 of 4

Each student’s work is released in four instalments over four weeks. Check back next Friday to read the following part.

Inspiration

NASA train their astronauts for every single eventuality and, no matter what, they run simulations for anything that could happen.

On a routine repair, astronauts discover that the root of the problem is a ghost. NASA never trained them for this.

Biography

Tony Holdsworth is a comic writer and artist whose work has been used by 2000AD and Titan Comics.

He is currently working on a horror comic about a demonic promise-keeping service, and what happens when it all goes wrong.

In the future, he’d like to work with writers and draw their scripts.

You can read more of his work on Instagram.

The webcomics published across our digital channels have been created by University of Dundee’s Masters in Comics and Graphic Novels students.