Fizog Comic

First Issue: December 1994 / January 1995
Last Issue: April / May 1995
Copyright: Healey / Johnston / Wilkinson

FIZOG was a modern children’s comic created, written and designed by Dean Wilkinson who had previously been editor of Acne comic in 1982.
Fizog comic was financed by Wilkinson and artists Lee Healey and Mervyn Johnston in 1994 and lasted 3 issues. The humour was typically English and Python-esque – dark, surreal and often blood thirsty and violent. It was distributed nationally and was sold in WH Smiths and Menzies, also in Australia. It was building up a steady fan-base until a world paper shortage caused printing costs to sky-rocket and financially cripple the magazine.

Anne Foy – Star of Bad Penny (Pictured Below)

Anne Foy Star of Bad PennyDean Wilkinson continued with his television writing, working with Ant and Dec, penning SMTV Live and Chums for them. As well as writing for the children’s television shows ‘Bad Penny’ and ‘Stupid’, Dean is also a novelist having written the ‘Arthur King’ books. Visit for more details about Dean’s work.

Lee Healey is a professional cartoonist with over 16 years experience. His work has appeared in many magazines and comics, including Viz, Maxim, and The Dandy. Satisfied clients have included, comedian Roy Chubby Brown, the CBBC channel, and Mark Leckey, renowned video artist. He can quickly turn his hand from simple cartoons to more serious illustrations and is available to undertake all types of commissions.

Fizog Comic First Issue December 1994 / January 1995

Fizog Comic Issue Number One

Fizog Comic Second Issue February / March 1995

Fizog Comic Issue Number Two

Fizog Comic Issue Number Three April /May 1995

Fizog Comic Issue Number Three