Creator-owned

In addition to Eponymous, Kill Screen and Dead Roots, Mike has worked on numerous creator owned comics.

  • John Fallon: The Church of Death - Written by Mike Garley, art by Michael Harris. Short B-Movie inspired comic.
  • The Despicable Killing of Sir Danvers Carew - Written by Mike Garley and art by Kam Rehal. Graphic retelling of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
  • The Magician - Written by Mike Garley, art by George Zapata, and letters by Christopher Moscardi. Short pulp inspired comic.
  • I Kill Killers - Written by Mike Garley, art by Leandro Panganiban, and letters by Diana Chan. Promo story for an ongoing slasher detective story.
  • The Creation of the World as we Know it! - Written by Mike Garley, art by Kam Rehal. Two-page exploratory comic.
  • Urbanality - Written by Mike Garley, art by R.H.Stewart, and letters by Mike Stock. Short thriller comic.

Below are a few examples of some of the projects that he has worked on.

The Groundhog-Day Machine. Written by Mike Garley, art by Rachael Stott, and lettered by Mike Stock.

The Groundhog-Day Machine. Written by Mike Garley, art by Rachael Stott, and lettered by Mike Stock.

The Anniversary was published in OFFLIFE volume three, and was written by Mike Garley, and illustrated by Sally Jane Thompson.

OFFLIFE and Disconnected Vol. 3

Scarlet  Falls. Written by Mike Garley, art by Martin Simmonds, and letters by Mike Stock. 

Mike has also had his work displayed (twice) at the Marine Studio’s Adventures in Comics exhibition in Margate. You can see them below.

Just the Tip of the Iceberg (Bottom image). Written by Mike Garley, art by Grant Perkins, colours by Nathan Ashworth, and inks by Mike Bunt.

Just the Tip of the Iceberg (Bottom image). Written by Mike Garley, art by Grant Perkins, colours by Nathan Ashworth, and inks by Mike Bunt. 

The Hunt for the Mechanical Elephant. Written by Mike Garley, art by R.H.Stewart, and letters by Christopher Moscardi. This experimental comic was designed to be read through either the X or the Y axis.

The Hunt for the Mechanical Elephant. Written by Mike Garley, art by R.H.Stewart, and letters by Christopher Moscardi.
This experimental comic was designed to be read through either the X or the Y axis.