A follow up series, Task was cancelled upon Harrier Comics collapse.
From then on I appeared briefly in Sideshow comics before becoming disillusioned with the comic industry. A final project, Soulman, was prepared as a comic book project and despite a positive reaction no publisher was forthcoming. I was pencilled in to write and illustrate a P-Funk Graphic Novel for Marvel Comics in New York that would have been a culmination of science fiction and funk mythology. Just prior to the project being started Marvel closed down its music-based section. As a try out Marvel asked me to write a stryline around a particular Rock star. The synopisis was sent prior to the collapse and the Rock star was Ozzy Osbourne!
I began writing and illustrating Dog Tales for the German P-Funk fanzine, The New Funk Times. From this I was contacted by a certain Aris Wilson from L.A. for which I will be forever grateful. Aris put me in touch with several P-Funkers and led my career in a whole new direction. The strip was later reprinted in P-Views, another P-Funk fanzine from Germany.