The Goodman Brothers have been impressive circling on five years least, actively involved in Liverpool anthologies and the Ian Hering Community Workshop, Influences range from Stan Sakai, Seth and Bill WAtterson, or similarities do. This isn't watered down ice cream, it's the real dreamily. Arthur's "Don't say yes, say know" really has my hetero heart, with characters' alienated, leftover and plain misunderstanding presented in a visually confident style.
The micromic "Chatroom Rendevous" at relaxed stroll pace using animals to make a human point about security and attitude. Dave Goodman, produces "Zappy the Magic Science Robot". This 16pg A7 tells of time travelling, perhaps aimed at a younger age group with a smack of barbarism, and reminds me somewhat of Alan Moore's Timmy Turbo tales.
Also keen on commandeering this Chickwagon, one of the brothers has produced a Google search results comic made from a selection of images and relevant findings.
"Bahala Na!" by David, also employs the use of anthromorphics, and a greater honest guv, it's research for my work, fantasy gaming and smock comics folklore. Some of it's funny, there's good detail, his Egyptain tale represent heiroglyphs and costume, with my personal fave, a re-interpreted excerpt from Blake's 'Tyger Tyger'. Thoughful.
For further details write Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org or Arthur, email@example.com
Alternatively, 34 Banner Street, Wavertree, Liverpool L15 0HQ.
A pound per comic or International Reply Coupon to that value should be okay, and they have a good back store available I reckon.
Other titles to request include Zip Gun anthologies, Favourite Crayon Stories, Square Eyed Stories and for £3.50/5 U.S $ the four Pulp Kitchen collections featuring many Liverpool cartoonists.