69 pages (including covers) of comic strips and pinups from artists including Simon Bisley, Cam Kennedy, and Glen Fabry. The book also includes Jon Haward's 'How to draw Buddha in six easy steps' guide. This digital book is presented in pdf format which should open just fine on all PCs, Macs and mobile devices with pdf reader software. Tales of The Buddha is free from any digital rights management so you can easily move it between computers and devices whenever you feel like it.
This book is intended for open minded ADULTS ONLY and is not recommended for anyone easily offended by strong language, sex, cartoon violence, drug related imagery and references, or anyone who takes their religious beliefs very seriously. This is a humour strip and pokes fun at everyone and everything along the way. If you think you may be offended do not buy this book.
''Tales of the Buddha delivers witty scripts and meticulous artwork that makes it a pleasure to read. Like many of the great comics it's irreverent and non conformist, but most importantly it succeeds at being very funny. Jon Haward goes the extra mile to give value for money in every page he draws. Enlighten yourselves and buy it! ''Lew Stringer cartoonist comic artist/ comics historian of the blog Blimey another blog about comics
"Tales of the Buddha before he Got Enlightened" is a fun thing to read. Great gags. Great artwork -one of the few things that I can read and get a smile from! It has long deserved a solo volume of its own. "Terry Hooper-Scharf Publisher Black Tower Books and comicbitsonline.com
"The path to Enlightenment can be fun'' Joe Gordon Forbidden Planet International
Writer: Alan Grant Pencil and Ink artist: Jon Haward Colourist and Letterer: Jamie Grant