Guest post: It’s the Yobs v. the Daleks by Tony Husband

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What perfect timing to coincide with the announcement from the BBC Doctor Who site that the Dalek’s today have been wheeled before the cameras once again.

But which design? The answer is ALL OF THEM!

Here are some sneaky pictures to wet your appetite for the Doctor’s forthcoming adventures and the return of perhaps the Doctor’s most legendary foe.

===> BBC sneaky pictures link<=== Now back to business, As you can see today's Daily Dalek comes from the incredibly talented cartoonist Tony Husband. When it come to cartoonists Tony, is one of the world’s most famous with a host of book titles and freelance cartoons to his name.

Tony has featured in publications such as Private Eye, The Times, Punch, Playboy, The Sunday Express, The Spectator and The Sun. In addition to appearing in many newspapers, magazines, books and websites, Tony’s cartoons have also been in several TV and theatrical productions. He has won more than 15 major awards, including the Pont Award for depicting the British way of life and Yobs, which he draws for Private Eye, is one of the best-known comic-strips in Britain.

If your as old as I am you might remember the 1980s and the children’s comic Oink, which Tony, co-devised and edited as well as its TV spin-off, Round The Bend, for Hat Trick Productions not to mention that he is also featured in the Who’s Who.

If you would like to see more of Tony’s work and let’s face it you do check out:

Tony Husband

On a personal note I’m not ashamed to say Tony’s cartoons and sense of humor have been and still are one of the contributing factors in me wanting to be a cartoonist, so as you can imagine for me this is an amazing honour. Needless to say I have asked him to send me the original artwork which I will give pride of place on my studio wall. Thank you Tony x

2 thoughts on “Guest post: It’s the Yobs v. the Daleks by Tony Husband

  1. MalikTous

    Those three guys remind me of the fools who were poking around in the impact crater where the first Martian shell landed in HG Wells’s War of the Worlds – or those hippies with their ‘Welcome Aliens’ signs in ‘Independence Day’…

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