comic art by Nulsh

Neil Hood, who uses the pseudonym Nulsh, was born in Midlothian, Scotland in 1967. He started as a freelance illustrator and cartoonist in 1987. He drew the strip 'Bush Doctor', written by Alan Grant, and contributed to magazines such as Northern Lightz, Freak, Soft Secrets, Dangerous Ink, Instant, and Layer Zero. Most of his original strips are self published such as 'Hen's Teeth' in 2003 - with some being web only.

Barking Dog's Bad Day, by Nulsh (Neil Hood)comic art by Nulsh (Neil Hood)

Last updated: 2009-10-16

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