Lord Hurk is the best kept secret of British comics, a mainstay of the small press scene since the early 2000’s who has never received the recognition he deserves. You see, Hurk is one of the most unique voices in comics, a true visionary who boils up street art, dadaism and 70’s British popular entertainment into a heady brew of influence. He’s that most rare of things: a creator of challenging art who innovates constantly, whilst also managing to be engaging and - rarest of all – brilliantly funny. His latest work is his second full-length graphic novel, and he shows no sign of decline as he moves into his third decade making comics. Jinx Freeze follows a colourful cast of characters on the Riviera as they attempt to solve the case of a golden arm stolen from the Gurgleheim Museum. Who will crack the case? Modern Tahzrn? Danny Kildare The Space Priest? King Gianthead Fighter Policeman O.X.? Or perhaps....Marge?