Rob Davis is a writer and artist from Dorset, UK. His career has led him through all manner of books, magazines and advertising, but his passion for comics and their untapped potential has always led him back to this medium for his own projects. He began self publishing his own comic, SLANG, in 1989 and his invention and experimentation continued into his professional career on British comic staples Roy of the Rovers, Judge Dredd and Doctor Who. In 2011 he wrote and illustrated Don Quixote Volume One for SelfMadeHero and created, edited and contributed to the Eisner nominated anthology/novel Nelson.
First in a series of short stories, How I Built My Father takes its premise from the idea that parents are created by children.
2nd in a series of short stories. This one is a about the endless cycle of bullying and abuse and where it ends.
Conceived last year as part of the comics-meets-human-rights RESPECT campaign, whereby comics are distributed free to kids in Russia. For my topic I focused on my family background, how it connected to racist attitudes and how racial stereotypes persist.