British artist Simon lives and works in Bath, England. His first published comic strips appeared in the self-produced punk fanzine, Arnie and various mini comics before being collected in Punk Strips. His recent titles include All Flee! , Paris and Vertigo's own THE VINYL UNDERGROUND.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #7
Ex-celebrity playboy Morrison and his team of crack investigators celebrate a seemingly speedy victory in solving their latest case — until a visitor from beyond the grave shows up and puts them on a completely different track.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #9
As the final clues to the ritual killings fall into place, Morrison and the Vinyl Underground are in a race against time. And just as the killers begin to dispose of the evidence and, worse, their remaining victims, Morrison learns the truth about a family member that could destroy him once and for all.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #11
Detective Caulfield has a proposition for the Vinyl Underground – if they can find Morrison and actually deal with what he has become. Suicide bridge and crumbling angels feature heavily in this riveting issue.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #1
Noted British television writer Si Spencer (Eastenders, Torchwood, Bad Girls) presents a sharp, unforgettable cadence in THE VINYL UNDERGROUND, a 21st century cross between THE INVISIBLES and CSI that brings rich social and political context to the dark, glittering cesspool that is London. Spencer is joined by indie creator/penciller Simon Gane (Paris, Punk Strips) and Eisner-nominated artist Cameron Stewart (the Other Side, SeaGuy) with bold, captivating covers by by Sean Phillips (The Invisibles, Criminal).
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #8
With the discovery of another dead girl, Morrison's search for a breakthrough becomes even more splintered as the team splits up to follow separate theories. But time is running out as the killers also begin to fall apart with fatal consequences that could affect the entire city of London.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #10
Thoroughly off the wagon, sleuth/soul DJ Morrison takes a trip into his checkered past, unaware that his friends are being led into danger, and even more unaware of his own impending fate. Don't miss an issue of the series Mania.com calls "HELLBLAZER meets The Mod Squad."
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #12
Horribly jaded, Morrison's friends realize that betrayal is the new game. They've become the unknowing tools of a vicious empire builder and it's time to turn the tables before everything goes up in flames. "London'sBurning," just like the song says, in the conclusion to the series.
THE VINYL UNDERGROUND #2
Vertigo's new monthly series about a red-hot group of occult detectives unravels! As the investigation into the severed head case continues, Morrison is forced to dig into his late father's gangster connections and falls foul of London's right-wing boot boys.